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EERIE: In the black room, students got to create …
Oakland Beach School was transformed into a showcase for arts and literacy night Wednesday with corridors serving as galleries for displays of written and drawn works. It was also an active event … more
Warwick schools are stuck in neutral, and some fear unless action is taken soon to address declining enrollment with the consolidation of operations – especially secondary schools – millions will … more
It’s not over yet. In fact, City Council discussion and public comment over Warwick Sewer Authority enabling legislation has yet to begin.That’s not the way Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur had … more
The relentless winter weather won’t leave us just yet. Rhode Islanders woke up to see their spring flowers, like the hyacinth above, covered in a dusting of snow, just in time for Easter Sunday. … more
Next weekend, Warwick Central Baptist Church will host a performance of Magical Strings to raise funds for the new Pastoral Residency Program, which the church is starting in partnership with East … more
May Avedisian reads "How to Negotiate Everything" …
Michaela Johnson, anchor of the Rhode Show, visited earlier in the week and Governor Lincoln Chafee and Mayor Scott Avedisian stopped in yesterday. From all the high visibility celebrities, it … more
Eagle Scout Christopher E. Bianco, son of Mr. And Mrs. Peter Bianco of Warwick, was recently awarded the Alan J. Whittaker Award for meritorious service to church, troop and school. A Hendricken … more
DUI Officer Michael Harris was on a fixed traffic post located at 700 Quaker Lane at the Met Life Insurance Company at approximately 1:09 a.m. on April 13 when he observed a vehicle operating … more
STRAIGHT FROM ITALY: One of the weekends many …
Over the weekend, Warwick’s Crowne Plaza Hotel at the Crossings played host to the 2014 American Culinary Federation (ACF) Northeast Regional Conference, during which 500 professional chefs, … more
To start the discussion, which it did even with the 11 p.m. deadline to end the meeting drawing near, Ward 3 Councilwoman Camille Vella-Wilkinson outlined a vision to lengthen terms, implement term … more
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