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LARCENY On Mar. 29 at approximately 11:31 a.m. Officer Christian Vargas responded to the report of a larceny of wiring from the old concession building at a baseball field at Mickey Stevens Sport Complex. The value of the copper wire was assessed at more
Do you like history? Enjoy looking at beautiful things? Need some outdoor time? If you answered yes to any of these questions, join the Warwick Commission on Historical Cemeteries as they clean and spruce up Brayton Cemetery in Apponaug on Saturday April more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Jennifer Rourke has wanted to run for elective office for a while now, but moving to Warwick a few years ago after her husband switched jobs was finally the impetus she needed to throw her hat in the ring. As a Democrat, she will be more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- What's the most complicated yet important thing that any American adult has to deal with? Considering the date, you might be thinking taxes. However at any other time of the year, the popular answer would probably be healthcare. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- With about $890 million in state road and bridge construction projects slated for this summer - meaning lots of road crews - DOT is urging caution to keep its workers safe. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- At least 40 trees, many believed to be 100 years old or older are gone, exposing what was once a secluded neighborhood and raising questions as to how this could happen. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The stage is set for one of the most difficult budget seasons in recent school department history, according to school finance director Anthony Ferrucci. more
By KAREN KALUNIAN -- Local students ranging in age from six years old to high school seniors will take to the stage at Pilgrim High School, located at 111 Pilgrim Parkway in Warwick, on Friday evening at 7 p.m. to support Jason Tuttle's senior project. more
House Majority Leader K. Joseph Shekarchi is encouraging high school seniors to apply for the PrepareRI Internship program, a paid internship to provide valuable work preparation and skills. The program, which is a partnership between the Governor's more
By JOHN HOWELL They call themselves blanketeers. No, they don't wrap themselves in blankets, although like the Peanuts cartoon character Linus, they cling onto blankets. It's not a security thing. Not for them. Rather, blanketeers understand how more
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