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IN CHARGE: Pilgrim Class of 2014 Secretary …
Amidst the hustle and bustle of end of the year festivities, the Pilgrim High School Class of 2014 still took time out to support local veterans. Last year, the class held a 5K race for Bella … more
Kent Hospital honored more than 200 hospital volunteers at the Take Me Out To The Ball Game Volunteer Recognition Brunch, held at Quidnessett Country Club in North Kingstown on June 25. The awards … more
Sullivan Tire on Jefferson Boulevard is holding a month-long contest for a Summer Road Trip Package. One lucky winner will receive a $500 gas card, a GPS and a $100 Sullivan Tire gift card to get … more
Art Workshops at WMOA The following drop-by-and-try art concert workshops will be featured as part of the Apponaug Summer Concert series at the Warwick Museum of Art (WMOA) on the following … more
The Small Business Administration and the state were once adversaries over the future of the former Rocky Point Amusement Park. The SBA was courting developers to pay big bucks for the property on … more
Residents are advised that the re-opening of McDermott pool, originally anticipated for July 2, has been delayed.  The recent humidity has slowed the drying process for the new epoxy floors and … more
COVE VIEW: If built, the proposed 127-room hotel …
Warwick has 39 miles of shoreline and more than 2,100 hotel rooms, but until now no one has put the two together. Joseph Pisaturo wants to change that and, if he gains state and city approvals, he … more
Georgia and Greta Shuster rode the only float in the Riverview Association parade Sunday that ended with the raising of the American flag at a neighborhood cookout overlooking Narragansett Bay. The … more
During a budget workshop last Thursday, the School Committee began the task of finding $3.4 million worth of cuts it must make in order to balance the budget after learning the approved city … more
BACK AT IT: Dennis Mullen, director of secondary …
On Tuesday afternoon, School Superintendent Richard D’Agostino called on the long term facilities planning committee to develop a realistic vision of what the school system should look like in the … more
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