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Janice Wray, who is pursuing a master’s degree in nursing education at URI’s College of Nursing and is one of three recipients of a Catherine T. Murray Scholarship from the Ocean State Center for … more
Three Pilgrim High School freshmen won honors at the History Day contest held May 2 at Providence College. One of them, Sophie Carter, is planning to compete in the nationals to be held June 14-18 in … more
SMASHED WINDOW Officer Joseph DeDonato responded to Lansdowne Road at approximately 8:36 a.m. on May 1 in reference to a malicious damage to a vehicle. Upon arrival, DeDonato met with the … more
The graduating class from Warwick Veterans Memorial High School is hosting a fundraiser today, May 7th, at Texas Road House. The funds raised will go to support the senior class, for their senior … more
SPOTLIGHT ON SMALL BUSINESS: Randy Shatz, vice …
In 2006, when the housing market and development were booming, Frank Shatz & Company at 61 Dewey Street off Airport Road employed 22. Today, the company that specializes in architectural … more
With this being the 50th anniversary of the Gaspee Days celebration, banners throughout Pawtuxet Village trumpet the occasion that officially starts with the proclamation ceremony on Thursday, May 14 … more
AT DEDICATION: The Pawtuxet Rangers post the …
As Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian knows well, Edward Greer was effective in getting things done. Sometimes Greer would tackle the job himself, and sometimes when he needed help he’d start with a … more
BACK AT IT: Renay Houle’s team of walkers …
Renay Houle of Warwick was 13 years old when she was diagnosed with arthritis. Five years later, she was confined to a wheelchair. In the 39 years since her diagnosis, she’s … more
LET’S LOOK AT THE PROBLEM: Christian Potter, an …
Although administrators from the state’s public institutions of higher education seemed in support of Representative Joseph McNamara’s performance funding bill at a hearing last week, a former … more
DO THE HULA: Throughout the day all the grades …
Harold F. Scott Elementary School got to enjoy a sunny Wednesday as they participated in a walk-a-thon. There were six stations around the school’s walking path where students participated in … more
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