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By ETHAN HARTLEY Jonathan Issa knows the value of hard work, and he also understands that nobody is going to hand you the life you want to lead - you have to get up, work hard and seize it. He learned these lessons without the aid of what has become the more
Brevity, practical advice along with recognition of key faculty members and a dash of humor that gave it the feel of a large family gathering characterized Rocky Hill School commencement exercises Friday morning. Held outside of Hopelands with the Greene more
By PEDER S. SCHAEFER This Saturday, the West Warwick High School auditorium will be transformed when Dance Bollywood Fusion and Fitness puts on their second ever Incredible Bollywood performance. Over 100 dancers from a variety of backgrounds will dance more
Melina Trudeau, Krista Schmitz and Michael Forte, Jr, of The Law Firm of Olenn & Penza LLP, were recently named partners after each achieved outstanding results in pushing the firm forward and successes inside the courtroom. Trudeau, an attorney licensed more
Taking gold The Warwick Veterans Memorial Middle School Choir, a group of 53 seventh and eighth graders, performed on May 4 at the Great East Music Festivals. The adjudicated scores of 90 and 91 marked the second year in a row for these high scores. The more
By THERESA BROWN Benjamin McQuade, a junior at Pilgrim High School, has planned a blood drive for this Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Warwick Firefighters' Association located at 750 Warwick Ave. A member of Boy Scout Troop 1 Gaspee, McQuade has more
By JENSEN COPPA CVS Pharmacy and HealthSource RI have partnered to give customers another means of paying their health insurance bills. We will be the only state in America who can say that our citizens who participate in the health exchange can walk" more
Carrying on a tradition At a Monday dinner at Top of the Bay, $1,000 scholarships in memory of James V. Johnson were presented to four Oakland Beach students. The scholarship program was established in 1987 by former Rep. Richard Pop" Johnson in memory" more
City Treasurer Brian Silvia, who had planned on leaving Warwick to work as finance director for Coventry, has decided to remain in Warwick. His appointment as Warwick Finance Director was announced Wednesday by Mayor Joseph Solomon. Silvia, who has been more
Motorcycle run for Special Olympics SUPER SUPPORTERS: Among the many 500 plus motorcyclists who participated in Saturday's 19th Annual Special Olympics Rhode Island Run were ladies like Erin O'Rourke, Nicole Rose and Nikie King who have ties to Warwick. more
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