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The CCRI Lady Knights basketball team traveled to Bristol Community College (BCC) in Fall River, Massachusetts, to play the Bayhawks for a Region XXI non-league game. The Lady Knights beat the Bayhawks, 69-66. With the victory, CCRI improves to 6-5 more
Barnes & Noble Warwick will host bestselling author and sports radio talk show host Michael Holley for a meet, greet and booksigning for his new book, Belichick and Brady: Two Men, the Patriots, and How They Revolutionized Football, on Saturday, Dec.17 more
By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Scott Avedisian and Superintendent Philip Thornton have jointly requested the state Department of Education conduct an expedited" review of the district's special education program "to assure that our work is aligned with" more
By TESSA ROY Salvation Army bell ringers spend long hours outside locations collecting donations that will go toward helping others. But this year, Midnight Moment Outreach to the Downtrodden wants people to think of the bell ringers, too. Midnight more
By JOHN HOWELL Parents of secondary school students will have electronic access to their children's grades beginning next week if teachers abide by a memo issued to teachers Monday by Superintendent Philip Thornton. The action comes following a Superior more
A team effort Members of the Warwick Area Career & Tech Center's SkillsUSA Team recently participated in a week-long coat drive sponsored by the state SkillsUSA Officer Team. They collected more than 50 coats and sweatshirts, along with assorted hats, more
The needs of people Neighbors Helping Neighbors services have not changed, but the amount of funds the organization has to help them have gone down. “Annually, we collect money to assist those … more
By JOSEPH A. LOFFREDO Rhode Islanders' memories of last summer's invasive gypsy moth outbreak would probably make for a great horror movie. My memories of the destruction are vivid from my walks through the usually pristine woods in my hometown of more
Coming up with a plan Bryant University students who adopted the Rhode Island Military Organization as a group project were honored Monday by the Warwick City Council and the military organization. As part of the project they revamped the RIMO website more
By JOHN HOWELL With Warwick customers of the Kent County Water Authority already paying nearly twice what Warwick Water Division customers pay, the city objected yesterday to Kent County's request for rate increases that would boost bills by more than 14 more
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