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In tune with the season Greenwood Community Church, Presbyterian was filled Sunday evening for the annual Veni Emmanuel concert of Christmas music. Directed by John C. Black with his sister Christian J. Black as accompanist, the concert included solo more
The holidays are here, and that means year's end - a time when many Rhode Islanders give to their favorite charities - is right around the corner. With just a few weeks remaining in 2017, United Way of Rhode Island (UWRI) has good news for busy donors; more
Rock and read On November 18 a bentwood rocker was presented to the Apponaug Branch of the Warwick Public Library. The rocker was provided by friends of Norman Tobin, a long-time elementary school teacher in the Warwick school system and frequent visitor more
The continuing problems related to the state's public-benefits computer system known as Unified Health Infrastructure Project, or UHIP, has been voted the 2017 Pell Center Rhode Island Story of the Year by a panel of 18 judges from local media and more
Birthday party frosting Snow couldn't stop the final event to the year-long Warwick 375th anniversary celebration held by the Warwick Historical Society at City Hall on Saturday. The Greenwood Volunteer Fire Co. Museum brought along the Tuscatucket hand more
GRINCHED Officer Julio Benros responded to a Lakedell Drive residence on November 30 around 8:12 a.m. for a report of a theft of Christmas lawn ornaments. At the scene the officer met with the resident who reported that his lawn ornament, a laser more
A clean sweep Bruce King celebrates the season's first snow after cleaning off Patty Johnson Martucci's car outside St. Barnabas Church and the Warwick Center for the Arts Saturday afternoon. Because of the snow, Martucci said the winter art sale held more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- 11 students recently graduated from the New England Institute of Technology under its (SAMI) program – one of which was the 200th student to graduate through the job placement program. more
Best part is going back uphill Steve and Karen Sciammaco took their granddaughter, Sophia Sciammaco, sledding at Gorton Sunday. After several runs Sophia's aunt, Jana Migopoulos, and her dog Brutus appeared at the top of the hill, and it wasn't long more
By JOHN HOWELL -- The success or failure of an $85 million bond to address the aging condition of Warwick schools may come down to the expenditure of $10,500 for 5,000 doorstops. more
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