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Goodness in hearts of Warwick police, fire

To the Editor: Many think of local police officers and fire department personnel as public servants who are merely there to provide emergency services for residents in need. For our family, our local police officers and firefighters represent so much

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Sports

Once again, a Pilgrim sports team is turning heads and proving doubters wrong. After multiple down seasons, the Pilgrim girls basketball team has jumped out to a 7-0 start and looks poised to not only secure a playoff berth, but also contend for a title.

The visiting Pilgrim girls basketball would jump out to an early lead over Woonsocket and never look back as it wrapped up a 43-18 win last Friday, improving to 7-0 and maintaining its undefeated record this season. The Lady Pats would mount a 10-0 lead
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Cranston West Falcons defeated the Pilgrim Patriots 45-30 on Friday night at home during a Division I wrestling meet. The Falcons were paced by four pins. Those finishes came from freshmen Anthony DeCotis and Landon Giampietro,
The defending state champion Bishop Hendricken swim team is off to another impressive start this season, boasting a 4-0 record and recently topping Wheeler 71-23 at home last Friday. We swam pretty well. Even Grant Dator lost the 100 breakstroke but it"
The Cranston West boys hockey club topped visiting Toll Gate 7-4 last week thanks to a big third period in which the Falcons netted four goals. Tied 3-3 heading into the final 15 minutes, West would get goals from Cam Koretsky, Jaycob Hargreaves, Jack
Lifestyles

GLASS

GLASS * * (Shyamalan's folly) M. Night Shyamalan will always be remembered for The Sixth Sense, a great suspense movie with a classic twist. Unfortunately, his subsequent movies have never come close to the cleverness of his only success. Glass" is a"

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Captivating ‘Crucible’ vs. ‘cyberbullying’ at Wilbury

All-female cast shines in Epic's 'The House of Bernarda Alba'

Trinity Rep presents modern telling of Shakespeare drama Macbeth

Police/Crime
LARCENY Officer Timothy W. Lipka reports meeting with a woman at police headquarters at approximately 12:24 p.m. Jan. 13 regarding her vehicles being broken into. The woman told the officer that sometime between the night of Jan. 12 and the morning of
Arrest made in Hendricken bomb threat On the early morning hours of December 5 th , 2018, cafeteria workers found a note taped to a vending machine at the school's cafeteria threatening a bomb in 3 hours." Warwick officers and detectives responded to"
VANDALISM Officer Jessica L. Masso reports responding to the Greenwich Village Apartments, 300 Lambert Lind Highway, Jan. 10 at approximately 1:45 p.m. for a report of vandalism. Upon her arrival at the scene, the maintenance supervisor indicated a plow
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On January 5 at approximately 12:40 p.m., Officer Randy Bell was on routine patrol on Main Avenue at the traffic light to turn left onto Post Road. There he observed a vehicle traveling westbound on Main Avenue approaching the
Warwick Police have charged Michelle Rothgeb, 55, of 405 Oakland Beach Ave., with cruelty to or neglect of a child in connection with the Jan. 3 death of a 9-year-old girl of the same address. Rothgeb was the guardian for the girl, who was found in the
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Animal Talk Pet of the Week: Mona

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