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ALWAYS REMEMBER: Dr. Bernd Wollschlaeger spoke at …
“Hatred is not an abstract concept, it has human features,” Dr. Bernd Wollschlaeger told an auditorium full of middle and high school students yesterday. Wollschlaeger, originally from … more
Here are the highlights from news and events that took place in the General Assembly last week. For more information on any of these items visit http://www.rilin.state.ri.us/News/ Bill banning … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police Department. SHOPLIFTING Officer Eric Lima was dispatched to loss prevention office at J. C. Penney, 400 Bald Hill Rd., at … more
GETTING OUT THE WORD: Cory Thomas Howland and his …
Cory Thomas Howland holds a master’s degree in social work. He values counseling and believes it is important in the rehabilitation of sex offenders, arsonists and those who commit domestic … more
RE-PURPOSED: Timbers from the Elizabeth Mill …
While a symbol of Warwick’s industrial past, Elizabeth Mill on Jefferson Boulevard is nothing more than a yard of crushed bricks and concrete, the beams that once supported the flooring for 20,000 … more
A timeframe has been established for the investigation being conducted by attorney Vincent Ragosta into whether or not school administration officials appropriately dealt with an incident involving … more
Shoveling sidewalks.
Put away the snow shovel yet? No, this isn’t a tease about a freak spring storm with more snow for Rhode Island. But Tuesday morning a committee of city officials and George Shuster, who was … more
BE MINE: Alex Rodrigues, a second grader, reads …
Grab your favorite book and go sit in the sunshine because it is Reading Week. Throughout all of Warwick’s elementary schools, students, parents and teachers are getting excited about reading. … more
WITH THE DETAILS: Victor Glover, director of …
The recent spate of illegal activity at Motel 6 on Jefferson Boulevard, including police closure of a meth lab and arrest of a 21-year-old Boston man for human trafficking involving a 17-year-old … more
Roger Williams Park Zoo plans to up the adventure for visitors during April school vacation week. Starting on Saturday, April 18, the “Flutterby: Butterflies in Bloom” special exhibit, camel … more
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