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By TARA MONASTESSE Reading can be magical. Especially at the Warwick Public Library, where the annual Summer Learning Challenge kicked off this past week. To encourage children to participate, a variety of special performances have been planned: story more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Mayor Joseph Solomon's ribbon cutting scissors got a good workout Tuesday, as two businesses on West Shore Road were recognized in official grand opening ceremonies by the city. more
Caught in the act Well, an osprey and snowy egret are not only successful at fishing, but Warwick photographer David Chartier caught both birds with their catch. more
The New England Institute of Technology will launch its first-ever doctoral program this fall to address the needs of today's society and the ever-growing aging population. The Post-Professional Doctorate of Occupational Therapy (PP-OTD) is designed for more
The following Warwick students earned honors for the 4th quarter at Bishop Hendricken High School: GRADE 8 President's List: Daniel Franchetti, Dylan LeMay, James Lockhart, Eric Mangasarian, Max Turner High Honors: David Chapman, Kaidyn Mitchell, Samuel more
Heat relief It didn't take any coaxing for kids at the Building Blocks Child Care Center at the Warwick Central Baptist Church in Apponaug to enjoy some water fun in this July heat. The program for children from age 3 to 12 has an enrollment of 45 and more
The following students achieved high honors or honors for the fourth quarter of the 2017-2018 school year at Warwick Veterans Memorial Junior High School GRADE 7 HIGH HONORS Aydan Amaral, Marco Amaral, Isabella Armstrong, Grace Atwood, Colby Barker, more
Chief inducted Colonel Hugh T. Clements Jr. (center), Chief of the Providence Police Department, accepted an award from Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin (left) upon his induction into the 2018 Rhode Island Criminal Justice Hall of Fame. Colonel Steven more
The Rhode Island Community Food Bank launched the 2018 Summer Food Drive June 26 to address the need for food assistance, particularly for children, all summer long. This year the Food Bank was joined by Jim Dorey, President of Price Rite Marketplace, more
Republican City Committee Chairman Richard Cascella is holding an open house Tuesday at his business, the Coffee Grinder in the Governor Francis Shopping Plaza, and he's inviting everyone, regardless of party affiliation, including Democratic and more
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