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Why ban on releasing helium balloons makes sense

To the Editor: Rhode Island's proposed ban on releasing helium balloons would help keep the state beautiful and protect wildlife. Balloon releases, which sometimes take place at weddings, graduations, memorials, and other events, send hundreds or

Pro-choice advocates killed bill

The weakest link

Protecting abortion rights in RI

Urging passage of an infrastructure bill

Sports

By RYAN D. MURRAY The Toll Gate Lady Titans went to St. Mary's Academy - Bay View and beat the Bengals 3-2 early Saturday afternoon in Division II fastpitch softball. Katelyn Hawes, a senior, started in the circle for Toll Gate and pitched two shutout

RIIL announces Hall of Fame class of 2019 The following distinguished athletes, coaches, officials, administrators, and journalist will be inducted into the Rhode Island Interscholastic League High School Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2019 on Wednesday,
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Winman Warriors went to crosstown rival Warwick Vets and defeated the Hurricanes 9-5 on Thursday afternoon in a Middle School baseball clash. Owen Leahy and Dylan Penney led the Warriors offense with three hits apiece, while
The Toll Gate boys lacrosse team edged visiting Cranston East 14-11 last week to remain in the Division III playoff hunt. Ezra Cox had another outstanding effort for the Titans, leading the way with eight goals and two assists, breaking the school record
This past weekend I was at a Warwick North Little League game, and one thing really stood out to me: how small the crowd was. It was a 10 a.m. game on Saturday, with beautiful weather and a rare feeling of spring. When looking at the stands though, there
Lifestyles

Remembering the meaning of Memorial Day

By KELLY SULLIVAN In September 1936, members of the 99th Bombardment Squadron, stationed at Mitchell Field in Long Island, New York, were sent to train at Hillsgrove Airport in Warwick for two weeks. On the evening of Sept. 22, thousands of interested

Island Moving Company comes to Warwick

The Other Side of 25 at Artists' Exchange

The eyes have it!

Old-fashioned soda fountain at Green Line Apothecary

Police/Crime
DUI On May 8 at approximately 10:15 p.m., Officer Michael C. Bailey responded to the area of 3900 Post Road for a report of a vehicle operating erratically. Bailey located the suspect vehicle, which had been cut off by the reporting party's vehicle and
TWO SENTENCED IN KILLING Two men have been sentenced to prison for their roles in the 2016 murder of 19-year-old man in Warwick. Appearing before Justice Daniel Procaccini in Superior Court on Monday, Andrew Soben, 22, of West Warwick and Jake Cabral,
CHOKING INFANT SAVED Two Warwick Police officers are being credited with helping to save the life of a 16-month-old girl. According to a statement, Officer Brian Holleran and Officer Anthony D'Abrosca were at the Kohl's department store at 650 Bald Hill
LARCENY Shortly before 8:30 a.m. on April 25, Officer Jordan P. Guyton responded to New England Landscape Lighting at 319 Bald Hill Road for a report of a larceny. At the scene, the reporting party indicated the catalytic converters had been stolen from
LARCENY At approximately 1:07 p.m. on April 19, Officer Jeremy T. Smith responded to the Trader Joe's location at 1000 Bald Hill Road for a report of a stolen wallet. At the scene, the reporting party told Smith that someone had stolen her purse and was
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Pet of the Week

Animal Talk Pet of the Week: Mona

Mona's loving owner passed away unexpectedly, and now she needs a new home. She's hoping you could be the one, and she's available in North Scituate today.