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Mayoral candidate Gerald Carbone will accept an endorsement from the Rhode Island Progressive Democrats of America on Friday, in a ceremony at City Park at 4 p.m. “We at RIPDA are proud to … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY For a while it seemed like the only boat that would be joining the Warwick Pond Parade line was the pontoon boat that had the official banner hanging off the side of it, which was strung up with string provided by Friends of Warwick more
By MARGARET TAYLOR Twin sisters Jean Farmanian Ricci and Joan Farttarelli are disappointed by what Rhode Island legislators are accomplishing on their behalf in D.C. They feel that the state isn't doing enough to support small business, and that blue more
By PEDER SCHAEFER While passing Spring Green Memorial Church on Warwick Avenue on a summer's day, it's not uncommon to hear from the open windows the spirited sopranos of the choir accompanied by the rumbling hum of an organ. Close observers might've more
Late night crash A car was totaled and caused major structural damage to a home on Warwick Avenue late Tuesday night and sent both the driver of the car and an occupant of the home to the hospital with minor injuries. Contractors could be seen inside more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Some people go through a mid-life crisis when they hit 40. Warwick native Erik Russo, on the other hand, had an epiphany that has landed him on a rapidly evolving path to stardom in Hollywood. Six months ago, Russo packed up everything more
By MARGARET TAYLOR Learning about technology can be complicated. The Pilgrim Senior Center is trying to help simplify it. The local senior center is currently participating in the URI Engaging Generations Program. URI's website explains that the program, more
LARCENY On July 7 Officer Brian Murray responded to Lavan St. for the report of a stolen truck. The reporting party said that around 10:45 a.m. that day he noticed one of his work trucks missing from the parking lot. He said the truck was last seen at more
By PETE FONTAINE Incomparable caring, unmatched giving! Those two traits came in many forms, from music makers to classic chefs, for some seven hours Saturday for an event where a Warwick band named Mother Bogart reached out to the community to support more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Mayor Joseph Solomon wasn't elected to become mayor when Scott Avedisian resigned in May for a new job at RIPTA, but he's certainly hoping that the citizens of Warwick will choose to do so this fall. He will have to face a competitive more
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