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As of yesterday afternoon National Grid was still tracking down the cause of an equipment failure that put more than 27,000 Warwick and West Warwick electric customers without power at 2:15 … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police Department. STOLEN VEHICLE Officer Tammy Mello responded to a residence on Toll Gate Road on June 13 in reference to a stolen … more
RHINOPLASTY: Mia Sherman dressed up as a cosmetic …
The sixth grade class at John Brown Francis Elementary School transformed into professionals June 12 for the school’s first career fair. Geralyn Bergeron, a guidance counselor with the help of … more
As the General Assembly nears adjournment, Warwick legislators’ hard work is paying off. Last week the House passed bills introduced by Representatives Joseph McNamara (D-Dist. 19, Warwick, … more
NEARING COMPLETION: The new Mill Cove Bridge on …
It’s going to take a miracle to complete the Mill Cove Bridge on Tidewater Drive by the June deadline set in the $1.2 million contract with the Cardi Corporation, but a delay is … more
TEAM EFFORT: Stephen Nunes, right, owns this 1957 …
No matter what the age, many people have a certain fascination with fire trucks. In Rhode Island, one of the most unique non-profit organizations in the country deals strictly with the long … more
Sergio Resto
Members of the Cranston Police Department Special Victims Unit took Sergio Resto, 31, of 65 Gillen St., into custody on Thursday. more
Congressman Jim Langevin hosted the Boy Scouts from Troop 11 Harmony in his District Office in Warwick on Friday, June 5, to discuss civics and what it means to be a productive, responsible citizen. … more
THE BABY GETS TO SIT: Pictured from left to right …
They share the same birthday, but for most of the twins graduating this year from Pilgrim High School that’s about all they have in common. Five and a half pairs of twins graduated from Pilgrim … more
Tri-City Elks Tri-City Elks is hosting their monthly custom car show on June 18 beginning at 5 p.m. Bring your auto and show it off. There will be food and beverages for sale during the … more
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