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By RYAN CHAMPLIN Death is a part of life. Grief always follows, but no one ever deals with it the same. When 25-year-old Jon Wish's mother, Francesca, passed away last year, he resolved to use his grief to fuel something positive. I could sit around and" more
“I need someone to save my life,” said Carol Mitola. “It is as simple as that. The problem is, I hate, hate, hate to be the one asking for help. It is not who I am. It is not what I do. I … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- David Zapatka, an award-winning photographer, spent four years photographing 130 lighthouses from eight states under beautiful nighttime skies. more
POISONED DOG According to a Warwick Police Department Facebook post on Wednesday, there has been a rumor or exaggerated story that 11 dogs have died from poisoning by eating poisoned-laced hot dogs in City Park recently. The department assures the public this is untrue. more
O'Leary Law has announced the firm has expanded and enhanced its team with the addition of attorney Christopher Murphy, who has merged with the firm as a partner. Headquartered in Warwick, the firm is now named O'Leary Murphy, LLC. The addition of Murphy more
Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin joined a bi-partisan effort by 25 states to protect students from predatory student loan servicers. In a letter to Secretary Betsy DeVos, the attorneys general urge the U.S. Department of Education to reject the more
By JOHN HOWELL It wasn't planned, but it seemed like more than coincidence that the Kent County YMCA, with the help of a generous donation of trees and shrubs, was scheduled to make improvements to the Mary Kathryn Preston memorial garden Monday morning. more
By JOHN HOWELL The Norwegian Airlines plane that would take 60 passengers on an inaugural flight to the French Caribbean islands of Guadeloupe got more than a water salute when it pulled off the runway Thursday afternoon. The fire trucks were positioned more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The tentative agreement between the Warwick Teachers' Union and the Warwick School Committee is taking longer than was expected to hammer out details into a formal collective bargaining agreement. more
Power outage knocked him off his feet While thousands of Warwick residents went without power last week because of high winds, residents of Knight Street in Pontiac suffered an outage caused when a front-end loader caught a wire leading to the former more
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