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Sophie
Miss Sophie is one of the sweetest girls around, you can see the kindness in her eyes! If you've been searching for a lovely girl, you …
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With reduced demand, gas prices down 8 cents from last week
Rhode Island’s average gas price is down 8 cents from last week, averaging $4.81 per gallon. Tuesday’s price is 12 cents …
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Once an ‘oust,’ now a leader, McCaffrey won’t seek reelection
By ALEX MALM |For the past 28 years Senate Majority Leader Michael McCaffrey has represented District 29 in Warwick. On Monday he …
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73 years and counting
The Warwick Club of Warwick held its Charter Night and installation of officers for the next fiscal year last Wednesday at Harbor …
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Pair indicted on multiple felony counts in fatal New Year’s Eve Warwick crash
By RORY SCHULER   Police say they found 30-year-old Aramis Segura hiding under his girlfriend’s bed following the …
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Warwick Police team up with Boys & Girls Clubs for leadership camp
By ANNELISE DEMERS   This year the Warwick Police Department Leadership Camp has a new location - the Oakland Beach branch …
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Third lane aims to make driving Cranston Canyon rapid
By JOHN HOWELL   Navigating “The Canyon” is nothing like running the rapids. In fact, it’s almost a daily …
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Achievements recognized
The Cedar Hill PTO was welcomed recently by the City Council where outgoing PTO president Danielle Gardiner was presented with a …
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Classic Car Show
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church will sponsor its fifth annual Classic Car Show on July 16 (rain date July 23), from 9:30 a.m. to 3 …
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Still standing
In recognition of CNA week and the theme “I’m Still Standing” Kent Regency planted two Yoshino Flowering Cherry …
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BankRI Finances $3.5 Million for 292-unit expansion of Warwick self-storage complex
In spring 2022, the Commercial Real Estate Division of Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) finalized a deal with Malibu Investments, LLC to …
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Council approves street improvements bids for four companies
By ALEX MALM    The City Council  on a 7-2 vote approved Monday bids of four companies to repave roads this …
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