November 29, 2014
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Fifteen volunteers braved the 20-degree weather to join the Warwick Historical Cemetery Commission’s annual fall cleanup of Brayton Cemetery. The cleanup was held on Nov. 22 and volunteers spent … more
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Dr. Tony Houston, coordinator of the newly formed the Rhode Island Coalition of Reason, said this week the group’s campaign to bring awareness of non-theists is not timed to offend Christians or … more
The following Warwick student who have achieved dean’s list status for the quarter ending September 27 at the New England Institute of Technology: Joshua Andrade, Emmalee Bauckman, Sarah … more
SHOPLIFTING Christine M. Difilippo, 45, of 2195B Warwick Ave., was charged with stealing $213 worth of merchandise from the Walmart on Post Road on Nov. 20. Police said they found other stolen … more
IT’S ALL ABOUT SMALL BUSINESS: Small Business …
Mayor Scott Avedisian had a wish for this Saturday as he stood on the Cranston side of the Pawtuxet Bridge earlier this week. “I hope to see the streets free of snow and full of shoppers,” he … more
While Warwick single-family house sales increased for the month of October in keeping with the statewide trend, the median price slipped by 6.28 percent to $168,363. According to the report issued … more
DOING WHAT SHE LOVES: Lindsey Lerner encourages …
You may not be familiar with the acronym D.Y.D, or the concept of Do YOUR Dance, but you soon will if Lindsey Lerner has anything to say about it. Lerner, a senior at Bryant University who grew up … more
FIELDS AND EARTH: Contractors continued screening …
Homeowners in the Lakeshore Drive neighborhood, who found themselves in a dust storm last fall as a result of the relocated Winslow Park fields, received a token for their aggravation this week from … more
COVERED: Dozens of winter moths cluster on the …
An invasive species of moth is making its presence known in Warwick this time of year, and they aren’t wallet moths from too much holiday shopping. The Operophtera brumata, better known as the … more
It was “Moustache Monday” at Hoxsie School yesterday and students of both genders flaunted the flamboyant as part of “Spirit Week” events. Today it’s “Top Hat Tuesday” and tomorrow … more
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