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Police have stepped up surveillance in response to a series of trash and yard waste fires in the Wildes Corner and Buttonwoods sections of the city. According to a release issued by the … more
HER OWN DRIVER: Well, while they didn’t as much …
City Council President Donna Travis said she had to ask her husband, Bill, twice when he recently announced he wanted to give the van he inherited from his late parents to the Warwick Police Explorer … more
ATTENTIVE: Viking waits for a command from …
On Nov. 11, 2014, Officer Aaron Steere was informed of two motor vehicle stops regarding a narcotics investigation. He and his detection dog Viking were asked to help. Steere initially responded … more
Ocean State Job Lot, a closeout retailer with 115 stores in New England, New York and New Jersey, is now accepting two forms of mobile payments at the register, in addition to the traditional methods … more
Police are still seeking answers as to why a 30-year-old man, who was not speeding and under good weather conditions, suddenly veered off Ives Road in Potowomut Monday afternoon at 3:14 and hit a … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police Department. COUNTERFEIT Detective Eric Johnson and several officers were dispatched to the Bank RI at 1300 Warwick Avenue at … more
OFF FOR A TREAT: Evan Huddon smiles as he enjoys …
He’s got places to be and people to meet, but Evan Huddon needs your help to do it. His family needs a new wheelchair-accessible van, and has been entered to win one through an online voting … more
On Monday the community gathered for the second of four planned workshops between the Warwick School Committee and long-term planning consultant Symmes Maini & McKee Associates (SMMA), as the … more
In the end, even the $1 a year Warwick was asking the Artists’ Exchange to pay to lease the former Christopher Rhodes School in the Norwood section proved to be too costly. Now, the city will … more
Convinced that the city’s Retirement Board knowingly failed to abide by the state’s opening meetings act, the attorney general has brought suit against the city in Superior Court. In a release … more
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