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By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Nothing could stop Mother Nature now. A historic series of flooding in March of 2010 had caused the waters of the Pawtuxet River to steadily rise, and they would soon crest the levee that protected the Warwick wastewater treatment facility... more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Homeowners within the Governor Francis Farms III sewer project got some good news Thursday when bids for the work were lower than engineering projections. And then there was the disappointing news - you might say bad news... more
Greenwood Concert Choir is inviting singers of all ranges and skill levels to join them for their Fall 2017 season. Anyone 16 and older is eligible for membership. The welcome night and first rehearsal is Wednesday, September 6. Following that, more
On Wednesday, the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) recommended closing Oakland Beach in Warwick for swimming because of high bacteria counts. When a beach closure is recommended, water quality analysis is conducted by RIDOH's laboratory or a more
For Ben DeCastro, inspiration was found during the third and fourth quarters of the Dec. 4, 2016 New England Patriots game to write the children’s book, “Because Your Mommy Does Crossfit.” … more
Last month of camping The Warwick Boys and Girls Club summer camp held at the Masonic Youth Park off Long Street has been a popular program. Outdoor activities keep campers busy on those sunny days and when it rains the camp convenes at the Oakland Beach more
`The class of 2017 at Bishop Hendricken High School achieved extraordinary things, whether it was in the classroom, on the field, or on the stage. This year's top ten students are a good example of some of the spectacular accomplishments of the class of more
The following students have earned honors for the fourth quarter at Winman Junior High School: Grade 7 High Honors Mijanielle Achille, Elizabeth Adeyefa, Elijah Aguilar, Ethar Al Tekreeti, Gianna Armstrong, Bryce Barker, William Beagan, Marie Bonynge, more
New England Institute of Technology in cooperation with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, has established a Performance Training Center at NEIT's Access Road campus in Warwick. In collaboration with the FCA Performance Institute, NEIT instructors will receive more
The nonprofit organization Literacy Volunteers of Kent County, Inc. is looking for volunteers for the upcoming fall session. Anyone who is over 18 that can read and write English fluently and is willing to travel to the Kent County area is welcome to more
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