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Cardboard regatta As has become the tradition over at least the past eight years, Rocky Hill School fifth graders put their boat building skills to the test using cardboard and a roll of duct tape. Over the years with the younger students keeping an eye more
Lucky 49 Bryan Irving, a loan operations specialist at Greenwood Credit Union who regularly buys lottery tickets - always the same number - may want to change his number after winning the Rotary Club of Warwick raffle for a new Jeep provided by Geico more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Warwick City Council voted last Monday to hold the ultimate approval or denial of the bid put in by the International Charter School to purchase and renovate the former Aldrich Middle School. more
By MICHAEL HUBER -- Warwick is in line with the state trend of improved results of students enrolled in Advance Placement (AP), according to information released last week by the Department of Education. more
At a recent ceremony, Citizens Financial Group CEO Bruce Van Saun unveiled 60 specially inscribed bricks honoring colleagues who have been with the bank for 25 years. The bricks, each bearing the name of an honoree - including Warwick resident Robin more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On Oct. 12 at approximately 8 p.m., Officer Derek Mourato observed a car traveling westbound on Centerville Road that was swerving in and out of its lane. A traffic stop was initiated nearby the Pizza Hut, at which time the more
By JOHN HOWELL -- The mayor doesn't have a reputation of being a funny guy. And surely priests aren't comedians. But then things can change when it comes to a good cause. more
By THOMAS GREENBERG -- Magistrate John McBurney handed down a maximum 45-year sentence, with 25 to serve, to the man who carried out a random, vicious stabbing attack on a teenager at Rite Aid on Warwick Avenue. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Saturday was the hub’s 17th Honor Flight, bringing 26 World War II and Korean War veterans to Washington, D.C. to visit war memorials and Arlington National Cemetery. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The House Minority Leader announced Monday she is throwing her hat in the ring for the upcoming joust to become the Republican candidate for Governor – a fight that she vows to take on in order to bring economic prosperity back to all Rhode Islanders. more
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