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EASTER PARTY: Among the many parents and their …
It was vintage Tri City Elks, as Lodge 14 opened its Warwick home on 1915 West Shore Road, and heart, for its annual Neighborhood Kids Easter Party. “We love doing things like this,” Mark … more
This image from surveillance footage shows the …
The man entered the store just before 9 p.m. on April 12, according to police, and selected several bottles of alcohol worth a total of well over $100. more
A view of Rocky Point taken from the beach.
The second in a series of lectures focused on public parks with a view on what might be applicable to development at Rocky Point will be held next Thursday, April 24 at 6:30 p.m. at the Rhode Island … more
John C. Oliveira, Battalion Chief, WFD (Ret.), 60, died April 16, 2014. He was the beloved husband of Barbara (Salisbury) Oliveira. A lifelong resident of Warwick, he was a son of Loretta M. … more
WARWICK AND CRANSTON SENATORS DEFY CONSTITUENTS WISHES: When voters go to voting booths in November they should remember which senators voted to keep the master lever. Study after study has shown the … more
Rhode Islanders are being warned of a “grandparent scam” on the rise locally. “We have heard reports of this scam nationwide, but lately there has been a spike of calls to Rhode Islanders, … more
Louis Colucci, of Deborah Road, Warwick, passed away peacefully at home on April 14, 2014, with his son by his side. He was the husband of the late Anna C. (Mayo) Colucci. Lou was born in … more
Sunny skies and warm weather greeted the first opening day ceremonies of the spring sports season on Saturday morning. Apponaug Babe Ruth League and St. Gregory’s Baseball and Softball League … more
Anthony Rossi leads the parade onto the field.
Apponaug Babe Ruth League gathered for opening day ceremonies under sunny skies on Saturday morning. Mayor Scott Avedisian delivered a ceremonial first pitch and the league's 200-plus players marched … more
Players go through the handshake line after a …
The spring soccer season kicked off for Warwick Fire Fighters Soccer Club with a jam-packed schedule at Winslow Park on Saturday. Games began early in the morning and continued into the evening. more
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