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To the Editor: I should have known better, having lived here for over five years, than to walk my 2-year-old grandson to the play ground near the ball fields at Warwick City Park. I had hoped that things had improved from the previous years. From a more
Pilgrim's Class of 2018 was filled with many scholars, and the top 10 were no exception. All involved in multiple clubs and sport teams. Many of the top 10 were involved in the community, participating in community service and extracurricular activities. more
By JOHN HOWELL It's been a couple of months since police and municipal employee unions approved contracts that would carry them through the next three years, yet it won't be until after their current employment agreements expire on June 30 before the more
To fulfill the requirements of the law, the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) will host public sessions regarding its recently released Environmental Assessment (EA) for 10 new toll … more
By THERESA BROWN -- Saying goodbye to years of memories, history and teachers deserves a celebration to be remembered for years to come, which is what they're planning for Warwick schools set to close... more
By ETHAN HARTLEY She may not know if she wants to become a poet, but Pilgrim freshman Charlotte Frost certainly has the name for it, and now she also has the distinction of writing a poem that was recognized and declared as exceptional by acclaimed New more
Mayor Joseph Solomon and Ward 7 Councilman Stephen McAllister announced Wednesday that they will be working cooperatively to examine possible reuses for the Buttonwoods Community Center, including the potential for leasing, city department occupancy and more
The following students have earned fourth quarter honors at Winman Junior High School. Grade 7 High Honors Brayden Adler-Maranhao, Matthew Allen, Paul Anderson, Sarvagna Bonangi, Domenic Calise, Kristen Carcieri, Caleb Collette, Julia Cutler, Ryan Dacey, more
To the Editor: I took a walk through Rocky Point the other day for the first time in 50 some years. Sure, as a kid, I'd been there many, many times. The salt water swimming pool on your right hand side as you enter the amusement park. All the rides, more
By PEDER S. SCHAEFER When Mayor Scott Avedisian assumes his new job as CEO of the Rhode Island Transit Authority June 1, he wants to improve service by strengthening the connection between Rhode Island's universities, capturing more riders of choice, and more
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