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Kenneth Rassler, principal of Greenwood Elementary, accepts a $4,000 legislative grant from Rep. David Bennett. With him is Ward 7 Council candidate and former councilman, Charles “CJ” Donovan. … more
No lifeguards As a result of scheduling issues and the fact that many city lifeguards are preparing to return to college, lifeguard coverage at Conimicut Point and City Park beaches has ended for the season. Lifeguards will remain on duty at Oakland more
By TESSA ROY The place to be on primary night was Camille Vella-Wilkinson's headquarters. Located at the intersection of Post and Airport Roads, the storefront headquarters was packed. Eager volunteers and supporters chatted, ate from the numerous tables more
Warwick has some prime spots for panhandling. The homeless have discovered that since the city ceased enforcing local anti-panhandling legislation, and so have the police who have intervened in arguments over who gets to stand at what more
It appears the courts may have the final word on a Warwick teachers contract. In an action aimed at deciding which of the parties is right, the Warwick School Committee filed a complaint in Superior Court this week asking the court to stay more
Tommy Patrick, owner of Tommy’s World Famous Clam Shack, isn’t as happy as a clam at high tide after his local establishment was recently vandalized. “I’m mad, because we’re having … more
This Wednesday the first of five new rotaries in the Apponaug Circulator Project will open. Since the project began last year the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) has been phasing in new traffic patterns. As part of the opening for the more
Pack 1 Warwick Cub Scouts participated in a proper flag retirement ceremony at their recent Thanksgiving campout at Cub World in Pascoag. This solemn ceremony teaches our boys respect for the flag and for those who defend it. The cubs more
With less than a month before schools reopen, work on Pilgrim High School and the new Vets Junior High is well underway. On Tuesday afternoon, Superintendent Philip Thornton, Mayor Scott … more
It's hard to recall when traffic flowed smoothly through Apponaug. That's probably because it never did, except in the dead of night. It was no better Friday morning. Bumper to bumper, cars snaked up Centerville Road to the Toll Gate Road more
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