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By ALEX SPONSELLER The Boys & Girls Club of Warwick will be holding its 42nd annual golf tournament on Monday, Sept. 21 at the Warwick Country Club, despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and it … more
John D. Jimenez, 62, died Tuesday, September 1, 2020. He was the former husband of the late Gail R. Fiske. Born in Maryland, a son of the late Juan A. and Sheila F. (Carey) Jimenez. He has been … more
Lorraine M. (DiPrete) Healey, 68, formerly of Providence passed away Sept 15, 2019. She was a resident of The Cedars in Cranston for several years. Born September 24, 1950, graduated from Hope … more
"e;We can see the finish line,"e; says Gary Christensen. He's right. It doesn't take much to visualize what a resurrected Woodbury Union Presbyterian Church is going to look like when the contractors declare the job is done. The church that burned in a more
By LAURA WEICK With less than a week until Warwick schools welcome students to mostly-virtual classrooms, teachers and administrators hustle to prepare for the start of an academic year like no other. Currently, the school department will teach most more
By JOHN HOWELL Tuesday's primary election was like no other all because of COVID-19. Traditionally by 9 p.m. all but a few numbers have been hand written on giant boards at various campaign headquarters. The winners would be celebrating and the losers more
By JOHN HOWELL Who would imagine after almost 30 years of talking about extending sewers to Bayside that now, with the Warwick Sewer Authority having signed at $17.8 million to build them, the neighborhood appears divided on whether they want them. Armed more
That's moonlight Photographer David Chartier said he wasn't sure what he would find when he visited Conimicut Point on a recent evening. Usually, Chartier trains his telephoto on the birds and wildlife, but with the moon rising over Barrington and more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Rhode Island continues to see favorable trends in terms of COVID-19 data, Gov. Gina Raimondo and health officials said Wednesday - but the impending arrival of flu season, along with the potential for a fall or winter coronavirus more
By ALEX SPONSELLER In last week's latest announcement by the state and Rhode Island Interscholastic League, it was made official that football and volleyball would not be played during this fall. There are still any questions regarding the future of more
By JOHN HOWELL Nick Charron takes it seriously when he's told to "e;go fly a kite."e; In fact, he doesn't have to be told to do it. He wants to do it, and one of the first places he checks for wind conditions in Conimicut Point. Nick is from Connecticut, but more
CITY OF WARWICKBOARD OF PUBLIC SAFETY Used Car Dealer’s License APPLICATION FOR A USED CAR DEALER’S LICENSE TO KEEP AND SELL USED CARS UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 5-21 OF THE RI … more
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