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The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police and other Law Enforcement agencies. LARCENIES Officer John Curley reported the theft of a snowplow on Winifred Avenue on Nov. … more
At the time of year when colleges are sending out financial aid packages, the Rhode Island Foundation announced that it is offering Rhode Island students and their families more than $500,000 in … more
Restaurants across Rhode Island will be participating in the upcoming “Dining Out for Life” event to benefit AIDS Project Rhode Island. The Dining Out for Life concept is simple: eat at a … more
Two Pilgrim High School students received recognition for their phenomenal participation in the Boys and Girls State Leadership and Government Retreat sponsored by the American Legion. For more than … more
FAMILY TIME: Three generations of the Cabral …
:“It is pure Rhode Island. Everything from the books to the T-shirts, it’s all produced in Rhode Island,” Michael Cabral said Thursday, at the Grand Opening of his newest store – Ocean State … more
Meadowbrook Bingo Meadowbrook Terrace, 2220 Warwick Ave., has bingo every Friday night at 6:30 p.m., featuring great prizes and a wonderful group of people. All are welcome. Warwick Historical … more
SERVICE HONORED: World War II Navy veteran …
U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse last week presented medals and awards to World War II Navy veteran Raymond J. Mahon at Saint Elizabeth Court assisted living residence in Providence before Mahon’s … more
The Neighbors Helping Neighbors food program is up and running for another holiday season. The Department of Human Services is seeking the assistance of the Warwick community to help needy … more
Warwick Rotary Club President Vanessa Zampini …
Even before the turkey went in the oven in many cases, members of the Warwick Rotary Club were setting up for the club’s first turkey trot Thursday morning at 6 at City Park. Member Thomas Sanford, … more
GREETING COMMITTEE: Warwick City Councilman Ed …
When Warwick Ward 5 City Councilman Ed Ladouceur learned the Johnston Senior Center was bringing 56 volunteers to Sam’s Inn for its annual recognition dinner, he formed an unofficial two-man … more
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