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Walk this way Those familiar with the degrading front staircase leading into Winman Junior High (well, Winman Middle School now) will likely be relieved to see that, despite the budgetary woes being experienced by the district right now, the steps are more
To help bring important information about programs and services available to women battling breast cancer, survivors of the disease and their families, Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) will welcome the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation's Hope" more
Bagging hunger On Wednesday, August 1, Macy's colleagues, including Mark Fachetti, Macy's Warwick store manager, visited Rhode Island Community Food Bank to present a $6,686 check from funds raised through Macy's Bag Hunger campaign. During the morning, more
Gardens, historical signage and park equipment are among the improvements coming to four Warwick neighborhoods thanks to nearly $30,000 in grants from the Rhode Island Foundation. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Originally scheduled to appear before the Warwick City Council during their Wednesday night meeting, the Warwick School Committee has requested that the appearance occur during the council's meeting on Sept. 5 instead in order to more
To the Editor: Candidate for Mayor Vincent Ferla has made it very clear that if elected mayor of the city of Warwick, his main agenda will be to represent the best interests of the residents. He would like to schedule a meeting with all the department more
By JOHN HOWELL In the first issue-related release of her campaign for mayor, Republican candidate Sue Stenhouse expressed her concern over funding of Warwick schools saying, I find it extremely disheartening that funding the city's educational system" more
Col. Steven McCartney had hoped for more from the $71 million spent to alleviate Apponaug Village traffic. The chief said last week he is “disappointed” with the performance of Apponaug … more
The Ocean State Center for Independent Living will host Lunch & Learn Workshops at OSCIL locations in Warwick and Pawtucket in August. The topic is: Emergency preparedness - the time is now. Andrea Creach, Community Initiatives Coordinator for the Center more
By ETHAN HARTLEY What would you do if a high school student approached you and said that they saw another student put what looked to be a gun into their backpack? Although it's a question that educators wish they didn't need an answer for, it's a more
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