News
717 results total, viewing 85 - 96
Sweet event Mayor Joseph Solomon participated Saturday in the distribution of 200 free smoke detectors provided by the Warwick Firefighters Union and through donations. The giveaway was held in place of the department's traditional fire safety that was more
A charitable virtual trivia night hosted by Ward 9 independent candidate Sean Henry on Oct. 23 raised $700 for Westbay Community Action. Westbay is a Warwick-based nonprofit dedicated to supporting local families and community initiatives. In addition, more
By LAURA WEICK Two State Senate races in Warwick raise debates on the General Assembly's role during the pandemic, both in healthcare and the economy. In Senate District 29, Republican Jean Trafford is challenging Senate Majority Leader Michael more
Recognizing the need in its community and the many families struggling due to the ongoing pandemic, Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) will begin its annual "e;Holiday Giving Tree"e; program early in hopes of brightening the season for as many local children as more
By JOHN HOWELL Peg Dolan couldn't imagine what was happening when she spotted "e;a guy"e; on her front lawn with what appeared to be part of a sign. Her housekeeper and companion for several days out of the week, Carol Radja, assured her it was nothing to more
The Cedar Hill Elementary School PTO will host a Jackolantern Spooktacular at the school on Friday, October 30 from 7 to 88:30 p.m. Students are encouraged to decorate pumpkins, drop them off that … more
Aaron Mackisey, independent candidate for Warwick City Council in Ward 9, is calling on the Warwick City Council to pass a resolution urging Gov. Raimondo to release CARES Act funding to Rhode Island municipalities. According to the R.I. League of Cities 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
Mayor Joseph J. Solomon announced on Wednesday he is expanding on-demand virtual fitness classes for seniors. "e;I know this has been such a difficult time for so many people; with seniors being particularly vulnerable, many folks been able to get out much more
Animal Rescue Rhode Island (ARRI) Chairman Kurt Jamiel and Executive Director Elizabeth ("e;Liz"e;) Skrobisch recently honored Senator Bridget G. Valverde of North Kingstown and Representative Joseph J. Solomon, Jr. of Warwick individually, with the esteemed 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
« Prev | 1 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 60 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.