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James J. Carroll II, 27 years young, took his final flight January 16, 2018. Born and raised in Warwick, RI, but currently living in Chicago, James was a 2008 graduate of Toll Gate High School … more
John W. Moran, 94, of Warwick died Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at Kent Hospital in Warwick. He was the beloved husband of Barbara Ann (Hopkins) Moran. Born in Providence, he was a son of the late … more
Carole A. (Tatro) Anderson, 82, passed away Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at West Shore Health Center. She was the wife of the late Kenneth W. Anderson. She was a daughter of the late George E. and … more
Carl Frederick “Fred” Corbett, CLU CHFC CFP, 76, passed away Sunday, January 21, 2018 at Greenwich Farms. He was the beloved husband of Joanne (Wilson) Corbett since 1959. Born in … more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston police officer Jared Hardy came running into the office of Carlos Lopez, Chief of Staff for Mayor Allan Fung, looking to hit any moving target he saw with the weapon he was carrying. The weapon was a Nerf gun, so there wasn't more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Ownership of all 43 Rite Aid Rhode Island stores has been transferred to Walgreens, according to Phil Caruso of Walgreens media relations. more
College students recently showed up to class at Hoxsie Elementary School. This year marks the fourth that the school has partnered with Brown University through Junior Achievement Rhode Island - a multigenerational experience that Hoxsie students look more
You may want a bathing suit Yes, those are scissors - giant scissors - that Mayor Scott Avedisian is welding for the official grand opening of Mentor Rhode Island offices next to Coastway Community Bank on Warwick Avenue. With him are Jo-Ann Schofield, more
Shakespeare famously said “All the World is a Stage.” This certainly has been the case with the showmanship-filled term of Governor Gina M. Raimondo. Following her election, Rhode Islanders … more
Some will be disheartened to read that the Warwick City Council delayed the question of whether or not to support an $85 million bond to provide all schools throughout the city with crucial repairs. Take solace in the fact that the curtain has not closed more
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