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Although the most likely suspect was shot and killed by police, the investigation into the events that unfolded on Ligian Court in Johnston on May 24 remain under investigation. “The … more
A gentle summer breeze transformed into an experience of “prayer and meditation” for Barrington-based poet Cynthia Elder, leading to a work which was recently awarded the first place … more
The House of Representatives today approved legislation sponsored by Rep. Arthur Handy to phase out the sale of fluorescent lightbulbs. Fluorescent bulbs contain mercury, which is released when … more
Edward Liam Egan, the son of Barbara and Steve Egan of Warwick is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island, Class of 2023. Edward received his Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in … more
More than 150 Toll Gate High School students put their budgeting skills to the test at the school’s  12th Annual CU4 Reality Financial Education Fair on May 24. The fair was sponsored by … more
A reception was held last week at the Saw Tooth Annex building in Apponaug for young artists who participated in the 2023 Congressional Art Competition sponsored by Congressman Seth Magaziner. The … more
Indeed there’s reason to celebrate when a single scout achieves the top rank in scouting –that of Eagle. Five Scouts from Troop 4 Gaspee Plateau received their Eagle badges on Saturday at … more
By a 4-1 vote Tuesday Warwick School Committee approved a revised budget for fiscal year 2024 cutting $1.4 million in expenditures. The committee started off recognizing   Oakland Beach … more
Robertson School third graders gave a chorus of “it’s the law” when Principal Brian Dillon asked after they had all received free bicycle helmets from the Rhode Island Association … more
On Friday, June 2, Kent Hospital held its annual event, Evening of Hope: Diamonds Are Forever at the Dunes Club in Narragansett, where attendees enjoyed an evening with delicacies, diamonds, friends, … more
With the congregations of more than ten churches praying it wouldn’t rain, it seemed perfectly natural that umbrellas weren’t needed for the fourth annual Hope Day held Saturday at Father … more
TORCH LIT: Last weekend, Warwick Police and Warwick Fire Department personnel participated in the Torch Run for Special Olympics Rhode Island. (Photos courtesy of Marissa Laurent and Warwick … more
ROAD RAGE Around 6 p.m., April 15, Warwick Police responded to the parking lot of Buffy’s Bubbles at 1255 Post Road, to investigate a reported “road rage” incident that … more
Rhode Island’s average gas price is down 1 cent from last week, averaging $3.50 per gallon. Monday’s price is 3 cents higher than a month ago, and $1.43 lower than June 5, 2022. Rhode … more
Discover new books while enjoying pastries and coffee at Warwick Public Library on Tuesday, June 20 at 10 a.m. Breakfast with Books: The Summer Event explores new and noteworthy titles you may … more
“It’s a home run.” Those were the words City Planner Tom Kravitz used to describe the $2 million WinnDevelopment bid to buy the vacant former Aldrich Junior High School and … more
Anthony (Tony) DeQuattro will serve as the Gaspee Days 2023 Parade Mace Bearer. Tony DeQuattro, a native of Johnston, the founder and President of Operation Stand Down Rhode Island will carry the … more
It all happened in less than a week and those planning a new classical Catholic high school in Rhode Island, the Chesterton Academy of Our Lady of Hope, are still in a state of disbelief. On May … more
House Speaker K. Joseph Shekarchi has breathed new life into building new Toll Gate and Pilgrim High Schools with time and money. Since voters approved a $350 million bond in November for the … more
The following Toll Gate students have achieved high honors and honors for the third quarter: Grade 12  High Honors Naomi Abair, Brayden Adler-Maranhao, Raegan Allen, Paul … more
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