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An upcoming event of the Fifty Shades of Grey caliber isn’t flying with one local resident. A citizen who preferred to be identified only as “just a regular mom,” emailed media outlets and … more
To help low- and middle-income workers prepare their income tax returns and ensure they receive the tax credits and refunds they're due, United Way of Rhode Island (UWRI) is bringing the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Initiative back to Warwick more
Speaker of the House Nicholas A. Mattiello has appointed Rep. Patricia Serpa (D-Dist. 27, West Warwick, Coventry, Warwick) chairwoman of the House Oversight Committee for the 2017-18 legislative session. The House Committee on Oversight is responsible more
Tuesday ceramics classes at the Pilgrim Senior Center have a devoted following of 10 to 14 seniors. “I love color so much. I love to create,” says Kathy Lannigan, who has been regularly attending … more
Round and round Elementary school music classes introduce students to a variety of music forms as well as instruments. On Tuesday, Holliman School fifth graders used their voices to create music and learned how to sing a round. To liven the class, Susan more
The Joe Andruzzi Foundation (JAF) and Honey Dew Donuts have announced their third year of partnering to raise funds for the Foundation's mission of providing financial assistance to cancer patients and their families has resulted in a $27,000 donation. more
The Rotary Club of Warwick is gearing up for its seventh annual Gourmet Gala, a “fantastic night of food and fun.” Guests at the gala can expect to “meet, mingle and savor” a variety of … more
Boys and girls from ages 3 to 14 are invited to play in the St. Greg's Baseball League this spring. This is a fun, community-oriented league designed for children who want to learn and who love the game of baseball. St. Greg's Baseball is holding its more
Following Superintendent of State Police and Director of Public Safety Colonel Ann C. Assumpico ordering an immediate crackdown on speeding, aggressive driving and other motor vehicle violations on Monday, all state police and regular patrols are more
By TESSA ROY After the research portion began in January, the State Department of Education continued its review of Warwick's Special Education program with school visits this week. Superintendent Philip Thornton and Mayor Scott Avedisian requested the more
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