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The Rotary Club of Warwick is gearing up for its seventh annual Gourmet Gala, a “fantastic night of food and fun.” Guests at the gala can expect to “meet, mingle and savor” a variety of … more
Following Superintendent of State Police and Director of Public Safety Colonel Ann C. Assumpico ordering an immediate crackdown on speeding, aggressive driving and other motor vehicle violations on Monday, all state police and regular patrols are more
Tuesday ceramics classes at the Pilgrim Senior Center have a devoted following of 10 to 14 seniors. “I love color so much. I love to create,” says Kathy Lannigan, who has been regularly attending … more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCEA driver who recently told police officers “[Expletive] this. Just tow my [expletive] car and arrest me. I’m not going to do any of this, I refuse” was … more
Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI), joined by Representatives Frank LoBiondo (R-NJ), Susan Davis (D-CA), and Mike Coffman (R-CO), have introduced the Department of Defense Emergency Response Capabilities Database Enhancement Act, legislation that would more
Ryan J. Lebrun, 23, formerly of Warwick and currently of Pawtucket, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Providence Tuesday to a three-count federal indictment charging him with possession and distribution of child pornography. According to court more
By JOHN HOWELL City department directors can expect to hear the same message they got last year when it comes to putting their budgets together for the upcoming fiscal year - hold down costs. City Finance Director Ernest Zmyslinski said the budget more
An unlikely partnership between a graphic designer and a street performer had some rather uplifting results. Larry Moss’s career began in 1985 when he was a street performer in New York City. … more
Three days – 72 hours – since the last snowstorm is the grace period before residents and businesses are to shovel sidewalks on their properties. The city law applies to “priority sidewalks” … more
By JOHN HOWELL Answers. That's what Councilman Ed Ladouceur, chair of the finance committee, says he wants from the School Department before considering a request for funds to replace the aging heating system at Veterans Junior High School. The cost of more
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