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By JOHN HOWELL -- Black Friday left bad memories for James Burrows and his wife, Deborah. It was the day they put their kitten Tweedle Dum down. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Are Warwick voters prepared to support an $85 million bond issue to upgrade its aging schools, or would they want to upgrade schools to aspirational standards suggested by the State Department of Education at a cost of almost $118 million? more
By JOHN HOWELL and ETHAN HARTLEY -- Ending more than two years of acrimony and divisive debate over what is best for the education of Warwick children, the Warwick Teachers Union approved a contract Tuesday evening. more
St. Luke's Church Little Theater will present the free '17 Festival of Little Plays at the 99 Peirce St. church auditorium in East Greenwich on Saturday, December 2 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, December 3 at 3 p.m. Donations benefit RI Loaves and Fishes. Woody more
A 33-hour “Three Square Meals” Food-A-Thon sponsored by Ocean State Job Lot, iHeart Media and the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA), and generously supported by the public, resulted … more
By PETE FONTAINE In 2010 Emily Seddon set out to raise money to purchase six new liquid wax torches the acolytes use at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, located in Apponaug. She held a spaghetti supper, which was an overwhelming success. Her role at the more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Warwick Vets doesn't want its middle school students to be future members of vape nation." That's why they brought in David Neill from the U.S. Attorney's office on Wednesday morning to educate the students on the dangers of" more
By JACQUELYN MOOREHEAD The Varnum Armory in East Greenwich hosted an event Friday night commemorating the centennial anniversary of World War I. Museum quality artifacts were displayed, alongside medals of honor and letters to home. Hosted by the Rhode more
By ETHAN HARTLEY For the sixth consecutive year, special needs students at Toll Gate High School have helped stuff Thanksgiving care packages through the Helping Hands Ministry program at St. Peter Church, which were distributed to families in need on more
The following Warwick residents have earned first quarter honors at Hendricken High School: GRADE 8 President's List: David Chapman, Daniel Franchetti, Dylan LeMay, James Lockhart, Samuel Shah, Shaun Teotonio, Max Turner High Honors: Connor Aylesworth, more
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