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RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIP: Megan Wilks receives the …
Three Warwick high school graduates with an interest in science and engineering have been awarded John A. Caruso Scholarships from the Warwick Sewer Authority (WSA). On Wednesday, Aug. 6, the … more
Up for re-election this year, Sen. Jack Reed has been meeting Rhode Islanders across the state in recent weeks. “The great thing about Rhode Island is that the people are thoughtful and willing … more
Bringing Learning and Service Together (BLAST) Camp and its goal to fight against summer learning loss will come to a close this Friday. Made possible with a $25,000 Hasbro Summer Learning Initiative … more
“38GATE”: Representative Mich-ael Chippendale …
At 6 p.m. last Thursday only a few people had walked into the Republican Headquarters and picked up the thick packets of papers with names and dates strewn across the pages. Slowly people eased their … more
On Sept. 27 St. Benedict Church, 135 Beach Avenue, will be having their 100th anniversary gala. It will begin with 4 p.m. Mass and be followed by a spectacular celebration in the newly refurbished … more
DOG GONE Police said a Warwick Avenue man was drunk when he assaulted a manager at the Wendy’s restaurant at 771 Warwick Ave. around 10 p.m. on Aug. 1. Officer John Curley reported he was … more
TO BE REPLACED: The Barton Corner Bridge over …
In a first-of-its-kind project for the state, the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) will soon replace the Barton Corner Bridge carrying I-95 over Route 2 on the Warwick-West Warwick … more
According to neighborhood reports, this is one of two pieces of equipment working on the extension of the safety area at the end of Runway 16-34 that sunk into the Buckeye Brook wetlands last week. … more
There’s a new Hoopla at the Warwick Public Library that allows library cardholders to take out movies, music, and audio books from anywhere. The Warwick Library has partnered with Hoopla, a new … more
THEY TAUGHT THEM THE MOVES: Donald and Suzanne …
When Bill Caldarone first laid eyes on Jill Martino in 1937, they were students at Central High School in Providence. The first male to be a cheerleader at the school, Bill had many girls to choose … more
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