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By MERI R. KENNEDY On April 21, a sold-out crowd turned out to support the Pink Heals RI Chapter at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick to raise funds for the Pink Heals' continued work in supporting women with cancer throughout the state. The Pink Heals Chapter more
By JOHN HOWELL While Apponaug Girls Softball isn't immune to declines in youth participation in softball across the country, in part attributed to growing interest in lacrosse and the competition for time with so many activities, Jay Walsh is encouraged more
LARCENY On April 16 a Warwick resident Road came into police headquarters to report $2,000 worth of rims with tires stolen from his Jeep Cherokee. The reporting party told Officer Brian Holleran that he had parked the car at 1090 Toll Gate Rd. sometime more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick City Council unanimously approved on Monday evening the first step towards allowing a Maine-based solar company to build a 500 kWh, 2-acre solar farm with 40 rows composed of an estimated 880 total solar panels near the banks more
Joan Ellen Conley Santos, 62, passed away Saturday, April 21, 2018. She was the loving wife of the late John B. Santos. Born in Norwalk, CT. She was a daughter of the late Cornelius and Irene … more
"Iggy’s Doughboy Dash," a race where runners must stop and eat a doughboy, is making a return. The dash, which was not held last year, will be May 6. The dash benefits research into combating … more
Although there are always people who go against the grain for the sake of being contrarian, there is truly no more mutually beneficial endeavor we can partake in than the conservation and protection of our natural environment. Though it is easy to forget more
By JOHN HOWELL Ending ongoing speculation he would not seek reelection to take a post in state government, Mayor Scott Avedisian told his department directors Wednesday morning that he planned to accept the job of RIPTA CEO if the board approved the more
The Kent County Water Authority on Monday, April 30 through Friday, May 18 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. (depending on weather and system demand conditions) will conduct hydrant flushing in a portion of our Scituate, Cranston, Coventry, Warwick more
By JOHN HOWELL If even the most routine of expenditures is subject to intense scrutiny by the City Council, which it is, then passage of the city budget promises to be an excruciating process. It's already begun with the School Committee passage of a more
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