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The following students have earned fourth quarter honors at Winman Junior High School. Grade 7 High Honors Brayden Adler-Maranhao, Matthew Allen, Paul Anderson, Sarvagna Bonangi, Domenic Calise, Kristen Carcieri, Caleb Collette, Julia Cutler, Ryan Dacey, more
Justice isn't perfect. Hear four true crime tales where justice went wrong by Rhode Island author and journalist Kelly Sullivan Pezza at Warwick Public Library on Tuesdays, July 10, 17, 24 and 31 at 7 p.m. On July 10, Pezza will recount the story of the more
Residents are advised that, because the mailing of tax bills has been slightly delayed, the payment deadline has been extended and no interest will be charged if the first quarterly installment is paid by July 31, 2018. This applies to real estate, motor more
A new reality television series based on real people settling real settling grudges inside the ring may be coming to a national audience, and will begin filming in West Warwick soon. “It’s … more
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick will hold its 40th Annual Golf Tournament Monday, September 17 at Warwick Country Club, the only course in the state recognized by Golf Digest as a Best Course." Golfers and sponsors who pay their registration fee by" more
Knowing your roots A book launching was held Sunday at the Aspray Boathouse for Janet Hudon Hartman's latest book, Colonel Ephraim Bowen: A Pawtuxet Hero. The event was busy with Hartman autographing her book and stories being traded over village more
SECOND DEGREE ARSON At approximately 3:36 p.m. on June 24, Officer Jonathan Reiff and other members of the department were dispatched to Aza, located at 175 Post Rd., for a report of a small fire in the building. Dispatch advised that Warwick Fire more
He took my apple Certainly, Dave's charge that his dog Luke made off with his apple, and we're not talking computers, was justified. Luke was caught with the evidence when Dave stopped for the light to change at the intersection of West Shore Road and more
With Independence Day and the peak of the beach season here, the Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is encouraging beach-goers to buy seasonal passes to help ease traffic tie-ups. Temperatures are expected to soar into the 90s this week, more
By TARA MONASTESSE Though many years have elapsed since their service, Rhode Islanders who served in the Vietnam War are as devoted as ever when it comes to preserving the memory of their sacrifice. The original 107th Signal Company, in association with more
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