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By JOHN HOWELL Doctors have new medications to help those with COVID-19 from developing a life threatening case of the disease although neither is its application a simple procedure nor is there, at this time, sufficient quantities of the drugs for its more
The art of small business Christine Kellerman, owner/instructor at the MoonStone Studio at the Governor Francis Shopping Plaza transformed Small Business Saturday into a sales and instructional event. As students worked on Christmas-themed projects more
Nine Warwick agencies are recipients of $1,081,367 in grants the Champlin Foundation announced in a release Wednesday. The Foundation awarded 188 grants for a total of $18 million … more
By ARDEN BASTIA The holidays may feel different this year, but the Conimicut Village Association is bringing together the community with a little Christmas magic. One of the beloved events of Conimicut Village is the tree lighting, according to Ginny more
By ARDEN BASTIA Lynn Mulvy, owner of Zaydah Creations, understands that it takes a village. Her business may be new, but the connection she has with her community is deep. Mulvy says the best part about her job isn't the crafts or the creations, but more
Stepping up to help out As they have done for decades, parishioners of St. Gregory the Great Church in Cowesett donated the food including turkeys to provide Thanksgiving food baskets for 150 individuals and families. Cheryl Berube, pastoral minister, more
By ARDEN BASTIA On Tuesday, Nov. 17 the Warwick Police Department debuted a rusty green shipping container on their Facebook page, leaving many to speculate about its use. Some guessed it was extra office space. A few thought it was a delivery of new more
A Thanksgiving feast The St. Rose of Lima School annual Thanksgiving Food Drive went into high gear this week as students arrived at school with donations and then assembled 30 baskets for distribution through Sts. Rose and Clement Church on Friday. more
Halloween unites Pontiac Village Blanketed by fall leaves, Pontiac Village park was the ideal setting for Saturday's trunk or treat event hosted by the village association and organized by its president Patricia Picinich. In their roles as Spiderman, more
By DAVE BOUCHARD Haunted by potential storage facility, Save Sand Pond rallied the neighborhood for Halloween fundraiser on Oct. 24. With day after day of sunny, hot weather and so many families deciding to play it safe and stay close to home due to more
By ARDEN BASTIA From negative to positive, Tracy Church has had quite the year. When Tracy said goodbye to her twin brother over the phone, she didn't know it would be the last time they talked. Her brother, Neil Worden, 34, passed away this past March. more
The caronavirus can't scare Conimicut and Riverview out of celebrating Halloween. Usually the Conimicut Pumpkin Spooktacular is held in the village center with awards going to those with the best carved pumpkins. In addition there are games and treats more
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