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The Warwick Police Department (WPD) conducted a Drunk Driving Enforcement Task Force on Saint Patrick's Day, March 17. This exercise was focused on reducing incidents caused by drunk driving. The WPD reported it made 73 traffic stops on St. Patrick's more
More than 100 Toll Gate High School students will make real-life decisions to help teach them financial skills during the 6th Annual CU 4 Reality Financial Education Fair tomorrow at the school. At this event, elected officials, community leaders, school more
By JOHN HOWELL The Warwick Fire Department has used more fuel than projected for the year - 7,326 gallons to be precise - and Rob Cote believes he knows why. In a letter to the mayor that he has forwarded to council members and other city officials, he more
Westminster Unitarian Church will host a talk by Rhode Island Senator Sheldon Whitehouse on climate change on Sunday, April 2 at 12:30 p.m. in the church's Smith Hall. Senator Whitehouse, a national leader on climate issues, will be speaking about the more
The Buckeye Brook Coalition will conduct 10-minute direct fish count training sessions for all new volunteers this Thursday from 5 to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 to 11 a.m. at the fish count location near the Northwest corner of the Knights of Columbus more
Don't bet on it Ward 7 Councilman Steve McAllister, who has championed keeping the Buttonwoods Community Center open was invited to speak to the poker players at Friday's game at the Pilgrim Senior Center. The card league previously played at Buttonwoods more
MISSING WHEELS On March 3 at 11:17 p.m., Officer Matthew Higgins was dispatched to the Post Road Hampton Inn parking lot for a report of a larceny of wheels from a vehicle. At the scene he met with a member of the hotel's management team, who said that a more
For Cranston resident Austin Theroux, a freshman at Bishop Hendricken High School, an interest in complex power Psychology was the motivation for his experiment, “Ganzfeld Telepathy.” German for … more
By JOHN HOWELL Although there is no mention of panhandling in its four paragraphs, the ACLU Rhode Island has voiced strong opposition" to city legislation that would prevent people from walking or standing in the street or median where sidewalks are" more
By TESSA ROY Supporters of President Donald Trump are set to partake in Make America Great Again March and Rally" events across the country on March 25. Rhode Island has one of its own taking place in Providence. Supporters will begin assembling around" more
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