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Time to de-stress Amy Rajack (left), of Windwalker Humane Coalition Professional Pet Assisted Therapy, brought her therapy dog, Ben, to the Community College of Rhode Island's Knight Campus in Warwick on Tuesday to give students a chance to de-stress as more
The GFWC Warwick Women's Club raised $4,542 at a Funny4Funds fundraiser recently. The funds will be returned to the community in support of local charitable organizations. Pictured from left are club members Madeline Perreault, Roberta Bianco, Joan more
Dash before the drops It was touch and go Saturday as to whether to cancel or go ahead with neighborhood Easter egg hunts. Conimicut and Riverview erred on the side of caution and, given the forecast of showers, canceled their hunts. But Ward 6 more
For the whole family The Health Living Family Expo hosted by Beacon Communications was held Wednesday at the Warwick Mall. Not only did the expo feature 15 exhibitors, but also in keeping with the season the Easter bunny camped out at center mall. more
Big question Eddie Cascella, son of Richard and Donna Cascella of Warwick and a sophomore at American University, appeared last week on a CNN town hall meeting with Washington Governor Jay Inslee, who is a Democratic candidate for president. Eddie, who more
State champs honored The Warwick School Committee congratulated two state championship teams from Pilgrim High School during their April 11 meeting at Pilgrim High School, including the Pilgrim Cheerleading Team and Pilgrim Hockey Team. Pictured more
Eggs with a scene As a fourth quarter project and in time for Easter, culinary students at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center created panoramic sugar eggs. Entirely edible, the eggs offer an inner scene featuring a variety of scenes, but most more
The Justice System Training and Research Institute at Roger Williams University in Bristol, in partnership with the New England Association of Chiefs of Police, recently recognized Sergeant Matthew Higgins of the Warwick Police Department for the more
A Palm Sunday tradition As the practice on Palm Sunday at Greenwood Community Church, Presbyterian, a donkey led the procession of parishioners around the church, ending up at the front steps where Pastor Stephen Clark led the congregation in song and more
Linked leaders Warwick Mayor Joseph Solomon (second left) joins colleagues Lt. Gov. Dan McKee and mayors Allan Fung of Cranston, Lisa Baldelli-Hunt of Woonsocket, host Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena and Lincoln Administrator Joseph Almond at Tuesday's more
By ETHAN HARTLEY While on a trip to New York City to celebrate her birthday last December, Ava Librizzi - a junior at St. Raphael Academy and a Warwick native - wasn't focusing on herself. She was thinking how sad it was to see homeless individuals more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Among her classmates awash in a sea of red clothing and donning a stylish black bow, Isabella Magiera - a third grader at Sherman Elementary School - helped lead a fundraising charge on Thursday to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma more
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