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Cranston Mayor and Republican candidate for governor Allan Fung has received the endorsement of the Warwick Republican City Committee. The Warwick City Committee voted last evening to endorse Mayor Fung to be our next governor. We are excited to support" more
Mayor Scott Avedisian and Colonel Stephen McCartney will join the Board of Public Safety and the Warwick Police Department tonight to celebrate the promotion of one officer and the swearing-in of four others at 6 p.m. in the Community Room at Warwick more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Twenty-six percent of Rhode Island's children live with immigrant families, according to Kids Count RI's annual factbook on the status of Rhode Island's 208,640 children/students under the age of 18. Their annual breakfast at the more
LARCENY On March 30 at approximately 1:48 p.m., Officer Julio Benros responded to the National Grid Electrical Substation on Cowesett Road for a report of a larceny from a vehicle. At the scene he met with a member of Nation Grid team who reported a more
Feeling right at home Students in the electrical program at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center helped set up displays for the RI Builder's Home Show this past week at the Rhode Island Convention Center. They took a break from their work for more
Warwick Police have identified the victims in what is being described as a murder/suicide that was reported Saturday morning shortly after 8:30 at 128 Fern Street. Both the victim and the suspect were residents of the single-family Fern Street home. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick Police Department, in partnership with the United States Office of the Attorney General and the Norwood Neighborhood Association, are inviting the public to join an informational session on Wednesday to increase awareness more
By JOHN HOWELL It's early in the election season - candidates don't need to declare until June - but this time Mark McKenney isn't waiting until the 11th hour. The Democrat and attorney, who for years has been active in civic and municipal events, will more
With insufficient members to constitute a quorum, the Zoning Board of Review has been forced to postpone until next month the appeal of the September Planning Board finding that a three-story self-storage unit at Pond Plaza in inconsistent with the more
By JOHN HOWELL There won't be any tickets to the 53rd Community College of Rhode Island commencement exercises on Friday, May 17. None are being printed because, for the first time, there's no question there will be enough seats for the graduates to more
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