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Now in its fourth season, the Pilgrim girls’ lacrosse program has been in existence long enough to hold an alumni game, something it did for the first time last week. Former players came back to … more
Colonel Stephen McCartney, the Warwick Police Department, Mayor Scott Avedisian, the Oakland Beach Neighborhood Association and the City’s Department of Tourism, Culture and Development invite the … more
WARWICK IS AN ENERGY CHAMPION: National Grid …
Whether intentional or not, city and National Grid officials stepped from the relative coolness of City Hall into the first real heat of this summer to announce Tuesday that Warwick is a “Rhode … more
STRIKING OUT THE MASTER LEVER: Joining Governor …
Several key legislators joined the governor during a signing ceremony Thursday at the State House of legislation to eliminate the “master lever,” or straight-party voting option, on all … more
READY TO MOVE OUT: Janice Pangman, whose home …
Now that construction is nearing the halfway point on oftball and soccer fields to replace those at Winslow Park people living in the neighborhood are begging the Rhode Island Airport Corporation not … more
Three first grade classes from Oakland Beach toured Police Department and Fire Department headquarters on Monday. Asked what they had learned from their visit to police headquarters, one boy noted … more
Speaker of the House Nicholas Mattiello has appointed Rep. Joseph J. Solomon Jr. (D-Dist. 22, Warwick) to the House Judiciary and Veterans Affairs Committees The Judiciary Committee considers all … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police Department. FIRE On Feb. 22 at 7:51 a.m., Officer Raymond Cox was dispatched to 2157 West Shore Road, Fred’s AutoHaus, … more
The following Toll Gate students earned honors for the 4th quarter: Grade 9 High Honors: Catherine Abrams, Marcus Alexander, Sydney Andrade, Emanuel Bjorklund, Breanna Buker, Katie Campanelli, … more
ONE AND ONLY CAMPAIGN SIGN: While Carel Callahan …
The mail ballots have been counted and the results of last Tuesday’s primary have not changed, although the totals have. Incumbent Ward 2 Councilman Thomas Chadronet, who led Michael Zarum by 23 … more
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