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What does it take to show pride?

I mowed the lawn Sunday. Well, technically I didn't, because lawns are meant to be grass and this was crabgrass. In a perverse way I was pleased with the outcome. What had been burned brown and yellow by this summer of little rain offered some

Not your father's Republican Party

A dangerous perspective

Speaker supports health care in RI

Protecting our old growth forests


By ALEX SPONSELLER Benny Costantino has always been tough. As a former boxer, the Warwick native finished his career with a 7-3 record and fought in 76 total bouts between the pro and amateur level, as well as a few kickboxing fights in between. The one

By ALEX SPONSELLER DJB Flooring completed the come from behind win to top DeGiulio's Insurance 7-6 in extra innings to claim the Warwick North Majors Championship. DeGiulio's took a commanding four-run lead in the fourth inning, however, the DJB bats
Finally, it is starting to feel like fall. Does it feel completely normal? Nope, but the last couple weeks I feel like we have begun to turn a corner in taking another step toward normalcy. A lot of it is because the Rhode Island Interscholastic League
Be prepared to cast to fish on the surface including false albacore (albies), striped bass and bluefish. For the past five weeks anglers have been having a blast fishing for these fish that can appear on the surface during just about any fishing trip
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Warwick FireFighters Soccer Club recently unveiled its annual scholarship award winners. The recipients included Megan Gomes (Nova Southeastern University), Hailey Clark (University of New Haven), Luke Gibeau (New England Institute

United in marriage

United in marriage Beavertail State Park was the setting for the August 15 wedding of Kori Alyssa Cardoza and Justin Timothy Maguire, both of Warwick. Ryan T. Meyer performed the ceremony that was followed by a reception at the newly weds' home in

Green Airport showing free drive-in movie next Thursday

Remembering Septembers past

History flowers in tiny heritage petunia

Cranston's Cynthia Munrayos sings with soul

DUI Just after 2 a.m. on Aug. 27, Officer Zachary Black was traveling north on Post Road near its intersection with Main Avenue when he observed a 2019 Toyota Camry straddling lanes. Black initiated a motor vehicle stop on Main Avenue and made contact
DUI Just after 4:30 p.m., Officer David Boardman was conducting a routine patrol traveling north on Bald Hill Road when he observed a 2014 GMC Sierra traveling south at a high rate of speed. Boardman clocked the vehicle at 52 mph in a 35 mph zone. "e;The
IDENTITY FRAUD Just after 10 a.m. on Aug. 19, Officer Tyler Mobrice responded to a Shady Glen Drive home for a report of fraud. At the scene, the reporting party told Mobrice she had received a Visa credit card in the mail that day. She had not applied
By LAURA WEICK The City of Warwick Police Department's Marine Unit/Dive Team now has two "e;new to them"e; patrol boats at no cost to city taxpayers. The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management's Environmental Police gave Warwick police two
DUI At approximately 5:44 p.m. on Aug. 1, Officer William Holz responded to the area of Main Avenue and Warwick Industrial Drive for a report of a motor vehicle offense in progress. Dispatch advised that a 2008 Toyota Highlander was operating
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Summer prelude

Text and photos By JOHN HOWELL Veterans Memorial Junior High School Principal David Tober was dunked at least 10 times Monday morning. He didn't mind it. In fact, he said it was refreshing. No wonder. With temperatures climbing into the high 80s, a

DPW director to retire, cites need for a long-term plan

$5M for roads a start, says DPW director

Cedar Hill student wins Mini Meteorologist contest

RI ranked worst state for a road trip, but commerce data disagrees

Pet of the Week

Animal Talk Pet of the Week: Mona

Mona's loving owner passed away unexpectedly, and now she needs a new home. She's hoping you could be the one, and she's available in North Scituate today.