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Part of the astounding single-owner collection of Alexander Murray of New York City, including more than 50 pieces of one-of-a-kind, hand-made textiles spanning 250 years of Japanese history, will … more
The work of Warwick artist Bridget Snow will be featured at the Made in Warren gallery located at 476 Main St., Warren when the artists’ cooperative joins in the Warren Walkabout on Sunday, Oct. 20 … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY University of Rhode Island professor of economics, Dr. Leonard Lardaro, has presented the most recent data that suggests Rhode island is at an economic crossroads - an inflection point" - which could result in the state either regaining" more
In an effort to help clarify the complexities associated with Social Security, Medicare and retirement, Universal Wealth Management, a leading financial and insurance services firm headquartered in … more
A passionate graduate student from Warwick is one step closer to her dream of providing mental health counseling to minority communities – with a fellowship of up to $10,000 from the NBCC … more
DUIOn Oct. 5 at approximately 2:18 a.m., Officer Brenen J. Cardoza was conducting a patrol on Warwick Avenue when he observed a Honda Accord traveling south in the breakdown lane. The vehicle was … 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
It was 1986 and Mike Hedley couldn’t believe what his wife, Jean, was suggesting. She wanted to build a playground at Christopher Rhodes School, which is just up the street from their home. This … more
A new city commission will explore ways to hopefully provide a fair means of tax relief to residents who were hit hardest following this year’s property revaluation – which inordinately affected … more
Forty years ago domestic abuse did not happen in Warwick. That was the belief of many – domestic abuse was something that happened in the inner cities, not the suburbs. Why would Warwick need an … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY AARP Rhode Island will kick off its community discussions on the issue of skyrocketing pharmaceutical drug prices in the state tonight at Chelo's at 2225 Post Road from 5:30 to 7 p.m., with the goal of hopefully inspiring state more
By JOHN HOWELL Two years in the making, the president, principal and members of the Bishop Hendricken High School faculty outlined to a group of community leaders Friday morning dramatic changes in the school curriculum aimed at giving students an edge more
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