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Come tomorrow morning, the fleet of First Student buses will be busy transporting students to Warwick schools armed with valuable safety details and extensively trained drivers. Susan Barbour, … more
The Toll Gate High gymnasium received its first major facelift since the school opened in the 1970s this summer. New lights brighten the gym and the floor has been sanded and resealed, or at least, … more
SOMETHING FISHY Officer Darren Parrillo reported going to Something Fishy Inc. on Jefferson Boulevard on Aug. 16 to take a report of damage to two company vans. Employees told Parrillo they fired … more
A call about a domestic disturbance in Oakland Beach ended with a dog being shot by a Warwick police officer. According to the report, Officer Daniel O’Connell was questioning a 19-year-old … more
FLIPPED: The house now planned for 187 Charlotte …
Faced with having to wait until next April for the Zoning Board to consider plans to build a shoreline house in Potowomut, property owner David Cesario filed a new petition with the board Tuesday … more
HOTEL SITE: The entrance to the proposed Wyndham …
Raymond D’Abate, the developer of a proposed 127-room “boutique” hotel overlooking Apponaug Cove, believes he has addressed many of the issues raised at a community meeting earlier this summer. … more
Sara Iacono plans to use her scholarship to …
The Ocean State Center for Independent Living (OSCIL) recently presented Catherine T. Murray Memorial $1,000 Scholarship Awards to three young people with disabilities. Applicants were asked to … more
Kevin M. Pallister, son of James and Mary Jane Pallister of Miantonomo Drive in Warwick, received his PhD in political science from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Mass., on Aug. 14. Kevin … more
TEEING OFF: For 20 years, Dianne Stein (center) …
More than 20 years ago, Dianne Stein and a group of friends wanted to do something for local patients undergoing dialysis and other kidney-related treatments. They started a golf tournament … more
Rhode Islanders who join the Arbor Day Foundation in September will receive 10 free trees as part of the Foundation’s Trees for America program. Through Trees for America, everyone is … more
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