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State Police Lt. Col. Michael J. Winquist, …
Lt. Col. Michael J. Winquist, a 24-year veteran, currently serves as deputy superintendent and chief of field operations for the state police. more
Lindsay J. Heckmann, an Army Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) cadet at the University of Rhode Island, has graduated from the Leader Development and Assessment Course (LDAC) at Fort Knox, … more
Tri-City Elks Yard Sale/Craft Fair Sept. 6 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Tables will be available to rent for $10 to sell you old stuff or rent a table for your handmade crafts. Call Lori to rent a table … more
A ribbon cutting with an Armenian flare held last week celebrated the new ownership of the Pilgrim Dollar Plus Store at the corner of Pilgrim Parkway and Warwick Avenue. The store continues to offer … more
Roger Williams Park Zoo has announced a year-round military discount for general Zoo admission. All active and retired military who show a valid military ID plus another form of identification will … more
Tickets for Ocean State Theatre Company (OSTC) 2014 holiday production of “Meet Me in St. Louis,” which will be presented at their theatre in Warwick from Dec. 3 to 28, will go on sale to the … more
The Warwick Fire Fighters Soccer Club in collaboration with the Elanna Zuller Memorial Sports Fund recently awarded scholarships to current and former WFFSC who will be starting their first year of … more
GROUP EFFORT: Megan received support on her …
Megan Medeiros, 10, ran a lemonade stand in the parking lot at Hair Odyssey on Post Road on Aug. 11 to help raise funds for the Warwick Animal Shelter. Megan raised $150 in cash donations, as well as … more
NEVER GOLF ALONE: Everett McCurdy is currently …
Cranston resident Everett McCurdy had a hard time finding people to play golf with when his schedule would allow it. He would often have one or two days off during the week while most of his … more
SUMMER STAGE: An audience numbering more than 200 …
The summer Jazz in the Park series came to a close last Friday, as the Baker Players performed a variety of skits and songs to an enthusiastic crowd at Pawtuxet Park. The series is one of several … more
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