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By CRAIG CONWAY Warwick native Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P. will be the next president of St. John's University in Queens, N.Y. according to the St. John's official website. An 18-member committee representing a cross-section of St. John's University more
On November 16th, Iggy's Doughboys and Chowder House began promoting "e;Toys For Tots,"e; a foundation that raises funds, purchases toys, provides promotional and support materials, manages all funds raised and donated, solicits corporate support, more
That Christmas feeling Lonnie Barham and his wife, Ginny, president of the Conimicut Village Association made the holiday transition from Conimicut Lighthouse to snow flake banners on West Shore Road this past weekend. Ginny said the village will be more
Beginning Monday, Nov. 30 and for at least two weeks, public access to city buildings will be by appointment only, Mayor Joseph J. Solomon announced in a press release shortly after Governor Gina Raimondo outlined a two-week "e;pause"e; last week in an more
STOP, PURSUIT, CRASH LEAD TO CHARGES Two men and one juvenile have been charged in connection with a series of events - including a foot pursuit and a motor vehicle crash - that resulted in a woman being hospitalized. Darlin Daniel Gomez, 22, of 22 more
By CRAIG CONWAY With Rhode Island entering a two-week pause on Nov. 30, restaurants face increased restrictions and indoor sports facilities will be closed. Both will take a hit, with some businesses fearing a knockout punch. Stephen Lukin, owner of more
Price Rite Marketplace has launched its annual fundraising campaign, Check Out Hunger, to raise money to benefit local food banks and hunger-fighting charities across the Northeast. Since the beginning of the campaign in 2002, Price Rite has raised $1.6 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
Ready for virtual runners Under the guidance of member Tom Sanford, the Rotary Club of Warwick has consistently hosted the Thanksgiving Day 5-K Turkey Trot at Warwick City Park. Nothing has stopped it, not temperatures that dipped into the low twenties more
Sojourner House, Rhode Island's anti-violence agency, hosted its 10th annual fundraising event on Friday, Nov. 13. The Masquerade Ball raised $104,000 to support efforts to provide shelter, housing, and empowering services to victims of abuse. The event 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
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