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Barty Smarty’s Christmas Caper, a wild and wacky holiday celebration will be held at Warwick Public Library on Saturday, Dec. 7 at 2 p.m. The Christmas Caper is a live event for children, … more
ONE MORE TIME: If school closure plans proceed, …
In 1963, the very year that Pilgrim High School opened, a Thanksgiving football tradition was born. Nine years later, Toll Gate High School opened its doors and another tradition began. Now, five … more
Sitar player and composer Anoushka Shankar, who …
With her seventh album, “Traces of You,” sitar player Anoushka Shankar set out to explore a journey through life experiences. She started working on the album in summer 2012, and completed it … more
TAKING A STAND FOR EDUCATION: During Thursday …
Rhode Island KIDS COUNT data on the well-being of Warwick’s children prompted a number of the city’s leaders to take notice of issues, especially early education needs. Last Thursday, a … more
When the Randall Holden fifth grade classes of teachers Kathy Genest and Lisa Napolitano learned of the devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, they mounted a school drive to … more
NO MORE ROVING FOR COFFEE: Brewed Awakenings …
The country’s smallest state could have its largest coffee shop by next summer. At least that’s David Levesque’s plan, following Warwick City Council second passage Monday night of a zoning … more
Thayer Arena, Warburton Arena and McDermott Pool will undergo an energy efficiency makeover, leading to almost $40,000 in energy savings. At the Nov. 13 Finance Committee meeting, Deputy Director … more
BEST THERAPY: Kathy Crudele credits the work of …
When Kathy Crudele of Cranston was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in 2009, she thought that was the beginning of the end. But thanks to the physical therapists at RI Rehab and the support of … more
St. Peter School Principal Joan Sickinger, Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian, Father Andrew Messina, Father Roger Gagne and Chairman of the School Board Joseph O’Neill celebrated the recent official … more
BATH SALTS Officer Nicholas Reay said a man on a stretcher outside the Stop & Shop on Quaker Lane told him he might have taken some “bath salts” before he went on a 90-minute mini-rampage in … more
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