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First grade students at Wyman Elementary School has a special visitor last week to kick off their 2016 Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge: First Gentleman Andy Moffit. The Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge is an initiative trying to more
After the Warwick AARP chapter closed, two residents took action and launched a community group for seniors. They envisioned a monthly meeting where elderly residents could voice their concerns and discuss possible solutions. But three more
After winning gold medals in the state SkillsUSA competition, 20 students from the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center (WACTC) are determined to win gold again. Later this month they will travel to Kentucky to compete in the more
Mike Penta puts friends first. The Republican City Committee chairman was one of those who attended the announcement of Ward 3 Councilwoman Camille Vella-Wilkinson that she would run for the House District 21 seat. Vella-Wilkinson is a more
Can your dog strut down the runway? Can your pup shimmy in a bikini? Can your pooch dazzle a crowd? If so, sign them up for Little Rhodie Bully Breed Club's first ever Canine Runway Show. The Bully Breed Club works with shelter dogs from more
The Department of Environmental Management has brought “the hammer down” on Warwick for failing to comply with conditions of a 2008 stormwater management permit, and that’s a good thing in the … more
National Grid has started replacing the gas mains on East Avenue during night construction in coordination with the Kent County Water Authority water main replacement project. The night work will only be for the installation along East Avenue to avoid more
Birthday celebration Sister Mary Angelus of St. Peter Church celebrated her 90th birthday with a procession of the school's children as well as a garden party on the parish lawn on May 26. Mayor Scott Avedisian, who has known Sister Angelus since he was more
Now that he is living in East Greenwich, Warwick Sewer Authority (WSA) Chairman Aaron Guckian is resigning from the board after nearly a decade of service to the city. Mayor Scott Avedisian appointed Guckian to replace board member Anthony D'Antuono when more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is advising homeowners that high concentrations of caterpillars observed statewide may cause short-term defoliation of trees over the next few weeks. Typical damage, most commonly to oaks and more
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