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Warwick police are seeking a female who successfully passed a counterfeit $100 bill at a Subway sandwich shop last Monday. The unknown female, seen in this image from security footage, entered the … more
March is a challenging month for local farmers. It signals the start of a long thaw from a harsh winter and the beginning of work for planning next year’s harvest. It is also typically a slow time … more
LIGHTER MOMENT: General treasurer candidates Seth …
Rhode Islanders had the unique opportunity – a first certainly of this campaign season, and perhaps a first ever in recent times – to hear candidates for all the statewide elective offices from a … more
RIGHT ON TARGET: Shots fired from the pistol …
Twice a year, 163 Warwick Police officers really get the lead out. They pump 30,000 rounds of ammo into targets at the Warwick Shooting range to qualify for their duty weapons. Law enforcement is … more
Now that the City Council has approved Cardi Construction Company’s $1,246,811 contract to build a new Mill Creek Bridge on Tidewater Drive, Department of Public Works acting director David Picozzi … more
The Apponaug Area Improvement Association presents its 4th Annual Music for a Summer Night Concert Series on the front steps of Warwick City Hall 6:30-8 p.m. The final performance will be held Aug. … more
Ellen Rupert (left), parishioner and choir member of SS. Rose and Clement Parish, was among at least 50 people who attended a Holy Hour in honor of persecuted Christians in war-torn countries … more
“There was a whole bunch of people who had smiles on their faces because of what you did,” Mayor Scott Avedisian said Thursday to the Warwick Continental Little League 11-year-old State … more
LOTS TO CONSIDER: Vets seniors Jessica Tyree and …
Maybe it was a matter of numbers, or perhaps high school students feel more comfortable when they’re among their friends and without parents, but, whatever the reasons, Vets High School’s first … more
CIVICS LESSON: Toll Gate civics students gathered …
Students in civics classes taught by state senator James Sheehan, Sharon Franco, Stephanie Dion, Jonni Goddard and John McDonnell at Toll Gate High School spent last Thursday morning in the school … more
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