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By ETHAN HARTLEY Both Pilgrim High School and Toll Gate High School students will be participating in a nationwide demonstration originally organized by the Women's March at 10 a.m. on Wedensday, March 14 in response to the Parkland, Fla. School more
The Associated Builders and Contractors RI Chapter will host Representative Patricia Morgan, House Minority Leader and a Republican candidate for governor as speaker during their monthly dinner meeting Wednesday, March 14. The gathering, at 1149 more
The forecast put a dampener on the opening of Tides Restaurant. Tides has been a part of the culinary program at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center for years. Only now, instead of being in a windowless room capable of seating 60 people at best, more
Ouch Last Friday and Saturday's storm not only brought power outages to 150,000 National Grid customers but also downed many trees and limbs across the city. One of those properties that unfortunately wasn't spared from storm Riley's wrath was this home more
BREAKING AND ENTERING On Feb. 19 at approximately 9:27 a.m. Officer Nicholas DiNardo, along with other Officers, responded to the report of a possible burglary at Tracy's Greenhouse on West Shore Road. One witness told the Officer that she saw broken more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Ethan Miller didn't even know if his former teacher from Holliman Elementary School was still alive, but he still felt the need to thank her for the encouragement she gave to him to embrace his enthusiasm within their second grade more
Karen Oliver Legg (pictured) and her husband, Jim, welcomed Diana Turgeon and Michael Spooner into their home early Wednesday morning. A fast moving fire reduced the Turgeon/Spooner home at 19 Royal … more
By JOHN HOWELL Cindy Fera, of 25 Morgan Ave. on Warwick Neck, runs an Airbnb. She rents out two rooms and has been able to augment her income by nearly $16,000 a year. The venture has introduced her to many wonderful people. It has also been an more
By ETHAN HARTLEY For the second time the Warwick City Council refrained from making a decision on a proposed initiative to purchase its more than 9,000 streetlights from National Grid in order to potentially save over a half million dollars in the short more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Discussions about how to keep schools safer amidst an environment of increasing anxiety over gun violence within the United States stretched from a small gathering of students, administrators and police officers at Pilgrim High School on more
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