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Perfect day for wags Dogs and their owners, some in costume, couldn't have had better weather Saturday for the Friends of the Warwick Animal Shelter 12th annual dog walk and blessing of the animals at City Park. The event included a costume contest, a more
Rhode Island Transit Authority (RIPTA) today and in the future is the topic of October Lunch and Learn workshops presented by the Ocean State Center for Independent Living (OSCIL). RIPTA's aim is to provide safe, reliable and cost-effective public more
Now on display The 33rd Annual Rhode Island Open Juried Exhibit, featuring the works of 57 artists, will be on display at the Warwick Center for the Arts through Nov. 7. Warwick artist Anthony Tomaselli served as juror. Here at opening night Thursday, more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE State officials are urging dog owners to make sure their pets' vaccinations are up to date following confirmation of a canine distemper outbreak in two Rhode Island communities. According to a statement from the Department of more
Remembering deceased firefighters The Warwick Fire Department and Warwick Firefighters Local 2748 held the annual memorial service to deceased members of the department Sunday in front of Station One in Apponaug. A bell rang as Battalion Chief Brian Cobb more
On Thursday, October 10, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Pilgrim Senior Center, 27 Pilgrim Parkway, Warwick, the Warwick team of the Rhode Island Marine Archaeology Project (RIMAP) will … more
SHOPLIFTINGShortly after 8 p.m. on Sept. 6, Officer Brian J. Holleran responded to Haxton’s Toll Gate Liquors at 1123 Bald Hill Road regarding an earlier shoplifting incident.At the scene, the … more
Last of the roof The remaining charred timbers were lifted Thursday from Woodbury Union Church in Conimicut in preparation of a new roof and the restoration of the church that was severely damaged in a Thanksgiving eve fire last year. Restoration of the more
By JOHN HOWELL Virginia Sardelli wasn't sure what to expect on her Thursday morning walk on Gauvin Drive, a quiet neighborhood of mature trees and expansive lawns behind Inskip Motors, a stone's throw from busy Route 2 and Centerville Road. In front of more
By ETHAN HARTLEY If the City of Warwick were a family living on a $75,000 household income, it would have an ever-increasing credit card debt of about $240,000 - a gloomy fiscal reality that would prevent the family from addressing the issues presented more
Taking a knee Bishop Hendricken celebrated its 60th anniversary and annual homecoming last Friday night during the football team's 28-14 win over rival La Salle. What was already a special evening got even better after the conclusion of the contest, when more
By ETHAN HARTLEY In 1979 Linda Sullivan was looking for any place in the city of Warwick that could potentially serve as a part of a solution to an issue that most in the community didn't even realize was a problem. Forty years later, what was originally more
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