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Somebody once said that there’s only a handful of basic stories in the world, and that novelists and playwrights and movie scriptwriters keep telling these few stories again and again. They change … more
New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) will offer free three-day Professional Development Seminars for high school educators Aug. 19 through Thursday, Aug. 21 from 3 to 7 p.m. at the college’s … more
FAMILY’S PRIDE: Pictured from left are Frank …
Many World War II veterans rarely shared their experiences with family and friends once the war ended. Most servicemen returned home to find work and start families while trying to … more
Ted had me back on the SUP this Sunday (That’s “stand up paddleboard,” for those who haven’t kept track of the latest rage in water sports). The board he introduced me to provided a lot … more
Bringing Learning and Service Together (BLAST) Camp and its goal to fight against summer learning loss will come to a close this Friday. Made possible with a $25,000 Hasbro Summer Learning Initiative … more
RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIP: Megan Wilks receives the …
Three Warwick high school graduates with an interest in science and engineering have been awarded John A. Caruso Scholarships from the Warwick Sewer Authority (WSA). On Wednesday, Aug. 6, the … more
The Davis School of Martial Arts and Self Defense, 2737 Post Rd., held a demonstration at the Warwick Fire Fighters Hall on Warwick Avenue on Sunday. The school changed ownership in January and ran … more
TO BE REPLACED: The Barton Corner Bridge over …
In a first-of-its-kind project for the state, the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) will soon replace the Barton Corner Bridge carrying I-95 over Route 2 on the Warwick-West Warwick … more
GOING SOON: Rhode Island Costume will come down …
Rhode Island Costume at the Warwick Mall, a favorite at Halloween and for special events, will be coming down and a new store will take its place. Next Tuesday, the Warwick Zoning Board of Review … more
DOG GONE Police said a Warwick Avenue man was drunk when he assaulted a manager at the Wendy’s restaurant at 771 Warwick Ave. around 10 p.m. on Aug. 1. Officer John Curley reported he was … more
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