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Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur presented Stephanie Van Patten with a council citation at a recent council meeting in recognition of her extensive PTA volunteer work. Joseph Rodrigues, president of … more
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Father Robert Marciano, along with St. Kevin Church staff and students, gather around the food they collected for veterans in need on May 24. Organized by Father Marciano, the food drive is held … more
NEW REPORT: For the policy round table discussion …
Rhode Island’s most innocent and most vulnerable population is at the most risk of living in poverty and experiencing neglect and abuse. In 2013, 25 percent of infants and toddlers under the … more
A LOT AT STAKE: An audience of mostly …
After nearly two hours of discussion, during which the efforts of city employees were extolled, yet the issue of escalating retiree costs acknowledged, the City Council approved Monday contracts … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police Department. BANK ROBBERY Warwick Police responded to a bank robbery at the Coastway Community Bank, 3830 Post Road, at 9:48 … more
WOULDN’T MISS IT: Lanuage teacher Coleen …
It was the end of an era Tuesday, as Pilgrim High School celebrated its 53rd commencement ceremony. A total of 223 Pilgrim graduates crossed the stage marking the end of their high school careers and … more
After a week of operations in Rhode Island, Lee Keshishian, regional vice president of East Coast operations for SolarCity, said that the company has already seen “positive sales,” working … more
The Warwick School Committee won’t name a new superintendent this week. That much appears certain following the announcement of committee chair Jennifer Ahearn last week that the post of … more
ONE BAD YEAR: The play opened up with the …
Be careful about being a bully at Holliman Elementary School, you might just have to stay in summer school until you learn how to be kind. At least, that was the plot of Holliman’s latest play … more
Taylor Britto (right)
Taylor Britto, a Providence Police officer and Warwick resident involved in founding a faith-based community center for youth and families in Providence, has been named as one of the 2015 “Men Who … more
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