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Serving up salads Tommy Patrick of Dockside Seafood on Warwick Avenue is known for offering a wide selection of foods, but who would have imagined he had 5,000 salads. Hearing of how the response to COVID-19 has put people out of work and in situations more
First place finish WACTC Automotive team of Lynn Gurchik and Ian Donahue competed and placed first in the recent 2020 Ocean State Automotive Competition sponsored by New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) and the RI Automotive Dealer's Association. more
From tenderfoot to Eagle Timothy Gardner of Troop 1 Warwick has climbed through the ranks of scouting and now is reaching to achieve the ultimate rank of Eagle. As an Eagle project, he set the goal of collecting 500 pairs of socks to be distributed at more
Slide where you can A hill behind St. Barnabas Church in Apponaug and an untouched blanket of snow provided perfect sliding conditions for Quinn and Archer Sullivan. Their father, Tom, kept a watchful eye. His role was minor as the kids were fully more
Desperate times call for desperate measures, even when it comes to animals in need of loving homes. The uncertainty over the coronavirus has hit many businesses including our animal shelters Many are closing down on a temporary basis more
As events continue to be rescheduled or canceled, the Goulding School of Irish Dance has found a way to follow state regulations and still help their dancers sharpen their skills. In order to keep classes going in a time where large more
There's always a story Eileen Gainor looks over the wide array of books - stories of Rhode Island and Rhode Islanders - authored by Raymond Wolf. Wolf was among vendors at the Pilgrim Senior Center bazaar held Oct. 18 at the center. The event raised more more
Celebrating 90 years Jennie Gallo celebrated her 90th birthday earlier this month with a party at her house. In attendance were her four children - Sandra Hayes, Beverly Mullins, Michael Gallo and Dave Gallo - as well as 10 grandchildren and 12 more
One of my favorite movies is the 1943 Best Picture, "e;Mrs. Miniver."e; The story takes place in England during World War II where life goes on with smart new hats and afternoon teas, celebratory dances and garden flower contests, despite air raids and bomb more
In a ceremony held Aug. 3 at the Kent County YMCA, four members of Troop 7 Buttonwoods were awarded their Eagle badges. They are (from left) Liam Redmond, a student at CCRI and the son of John and … more
Christmas spirit As snow fell on Dec. 1, congregants of St. Barnabas Episcopal Church and Warwick Central Baptist Church gathered in Apponaug's Dorothy Mayor Park for a Christmas tree lighting. (Submitted photo) more
Portesi named to dean's list Viansa M Portesi, of Warwick, was named to the University of Alabama Dean's List for the fall 2019. Dean's list students must maintain a grade point average of 3.5. Toth named to President's List Kathryn Paige Toth of Warwick more
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