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It seemed like there were two schools of thought heading into last Friday's state title rematch between the Bishop Hendricken Hawks and the La Salle Rams. The first was that the Hawks' stronghold on Rhode Island football had finally wavered when the Rams more
To the Editor: When we watch the news on TV, it often feels like we're getting hit with a tornado of half-truths, smears, and outright lies. We have little control over what goes on nationally, but we can send a message locally here in Warwick. Ask more
Sometimes a little anger goes a long way. In Ethel Ricci's case, that anger took her all the way to Washington D.C. in order to advocate on behalf of the many loved ones she had lost to cancer. After losing her father, brother, brother-in-law, niece and more
It would appear that incumbent Congressman Jim Langevin and his Republican opponent Sal Caiozzo will appear face-to-face in a debate, but just when hasn't been determined. Last week, Caiozzo in a press release urged, In the name of honesty and" more
The big games were on. Depending what you liked – the Red Sox or the Patriots – there was plenty of action to watch on Sunday afternoon. It was also a perfect day, and while some exerted … more
The public is invited to join CCAP health professionals for diabetes education, free health screenings, flu shots, healthy food demonstrations, music, dancing, pumpkin painting and fun activities Saturday, Oct. 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the CCAP more
Ollie looked at me, tail wagging slowly. How did he know what I had planned before even getting out my hiking boots and jacket? He watched every move and, when I finally reached for the leash, he stood at the door, looking back to ensure that I was more
Citing continuing negotiations into the budget crisis being experienced by the Warwick School Department, School Committee Chairwoman Bethany Furtado and City Council President Steve Merolla co-signed a statement last Thursday which announced that the more
By ETHAN HARTLEY With pencils sharpened and minds open, a new class of 27 individuals looking to gain more perspective into the responsibilities of local law enforcement got their introductory lessons as the 31st session of the Warwick Citizens' Police more
By JOHN HOWELL Thanks to a $633,789 Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG), the Warwick Fire Department will acquire a tandem-axle heavy duty rescue vehicle to replace a 26-year-old medium duty model, which in 2016 alone responded to more than 1,600 more
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