November 22, 2014
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To the Editor:  In last week’s mail, I found a leaflet that was sent to my home from Stacia Petri, who is running in the Republican primary to be the next mayor of our great city. Upon … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police. DISORDERLY A 38-year-old Warwick woman was charged with disorderly conduct and vandalism on Sept. 26 after a number of … more
The Toll Gate Class of 2014 was the first of the …
“It has not been a simple journey for you,” said Toll Gate High School Principal Stephen Chrabaszcz to the graduating class Tuesday evening at CCRI. The Toll Gate class of 2014 was the first … more
ALL THAT’S IN THE WORKS: This overview of …
Yesterday marked an end and a beginning for Green Airport. A lineup of city, state and federal officials who gathered under a tent in the middle of the airport’s crosswind runway yesterday … more
SOPHIA CHEVIAN
Apponaug Girls’ Softball finished up its season on Saturday, crowning three new house-league champions. In the Masters Division, Hops Athletic Peformance claimed the title with a 7-5 victory … more
I am the Clifford in the so called “Clifford case,” and I am one of 177 individuals who have filed suit against the state of Rhode Island. I worked as a high school teacher for over 30 years, and … more
By JENNETTE BARNESStaff Reporter An anonymous telephone call to City Hall questioning the legality of Republican Everett O'Donnell's candidacy for City Council Ward 4 prompted officials to review the situation.The caller suggested that, because … more
If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all. Parents have bestowed children with this advice for generations. What happens when you’re not saying it, you’re sending … more
LUNCH OUT: Kiana, 5, Crystal, 10, and Katrina, 8, …
Kids younger than 18 years old can receive a free lunch Monday through Friday at the Boys and Girls Club Oakland Beach branch and the Masonic Youth Camp Grounds regardless of their residency or … more
MARQUES-JORDAN
Good teachers get recognized more than once. That’s the case for Warwick resident Alicia Marques-Jordan, who has been named Teacher of the Year for a second time for incorporating technology … more
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