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CCRI accepting applications for free maritime career training program
CCRI's Division of Workforce Partnerships, in partnership with the Oliver Hazard Perry Rhode Island, is now accepting applications for …
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Green Airport in running for Travel + Leisure 2021 World's Best Awards
T. F. Green Airport (PVD) is again in the running for the best domestic airport in Travel Leisure (T) 2021 World’s Best Awards …
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Charlestown woman charged with setting Les Chateaux fire
A 28-year old woman who had been staying with an acquaintance at Les Chateaux apartments has been charged with setting the …
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Displaying their talent
Covid has put the clamps on many activities. The Conimiciut Library stopped its book club, knitting group, after school crafts and …
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Warwick Police Log 03/04/2021
LARCENY At approximately 4:43 p.m. on Feb. 17, Officer Jessica Masso responded to the Warwick Mall regarding a larceny complaint …
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Rescue Plan could mean $23M for Warwick, but how can it be used?
What slice of President Biden’s $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan would Rhode Island and Warwick get? State and Warwick city …
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Easy voting
Warwick voters followed the statewide tend in approving all seven referenda on the Tuesday ballot for a total of $400 million in …
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Almost a year later, library reopens for Sunday
On Sunday, March 8, 2020, the main topic of conversation for patrons and staff at the Warwick Public Library was the spread of the …
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Police say Cranston woman was at wheel of car that dragged man to his death
The fatality of a West Warwick man who was dragged to his death on Warwick’s Airport Road in the early morning hours of Dec. 22 …
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Stone Freeman remembers father at Frontline Heroes Scholarship announcement
On Wednesday, March 3, General Treasurer Seth Magaziner announced the launch of the Frontline Heroes Fund, a new program to provide …
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Will Warwick require a language-certification for teachers?
After a scathing review from the Justice Department found deficiencies in the way Providence Schools educated their multi-language …
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Students, cops join in PAL/Cox e-sports event at Boys & Girls Club
While the pandemic put on hold many of the important athletic activities youth need to stay fit, learn socialization skills and have …
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