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Roger Williams Park Zoo is honoring moms with not just one but two days of fun on May 10 and 11. Moms will receive free admission to the zoo when accompanied by a paying child. On May 11 kids can … more
FOLLOWING THE PLAN: Holden students Mitch Dixon …
As they have done for years, the Warwick-based regional office of the U.S. Coast Guard Civil Engineering Unit that oversees the maintenance of Coast Guard properties in New England and as far south … more
EASTER PARTY: Among the many parents and their …
It was vintage Tri City Elks, as Lodge 14 opened its Warwick home on 1915 West Shore Road, and heart, for its annual Neighborhood Kids Easter Party. “We love doing things like this,” Mark … more
Eagle Scout Christopher E. Bianco, son of Mr. And Mrs. Peter Bianco of Warwick, was recently awarded the Alan J. Whittaker Award for meritorious service to church, troop and school. A Hendricken … more
YOUTH EMPLOYMENT: Students selected to …
A new program at Pilgrim High School designed to help a select group of students build work readiness skills and gain experience through paid internships has proven to be a success, with a handful of … more
To start the discussion, which it did even with the 11 p.m. deadline to end the meeting drawing near, Ward 3 Councilwoman Camille Vella-Wilkinson outlined a vision to lengthen terms, implement term … more
Warwick Veterans Memorial High School Class of 1969 will celebrate its 45th reunion on Saturday, April 26 at Valley Country Club. Registration and cocktails are at 6 p.m. A hot buffet featuring food … more
It’s not over yet. In fact, City Council discussion and public comment over Warwick Sewer Authority enabling legislation has yet to begin.That’s not the way Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur had … more
Warwick schools are stuck in neutral, and some fear unless action is taken soon to address declining enrollment with the consolidation of operations – especially secondary schools – millions will … more
The relentless winter weather won’t leave us just yet. Rhode Islanders woke up to see their spring flowers, like the hyacinth above, covered in a dusting of snow, just in time for Easter Sunday. … more
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