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By ERIN O'BRIEN "As a kid I was not allowed to have a pet. I think I went overboard."e; Lidia said thoughtfully. Over the years Lidia and Scott Goodinson and their four children had a menagerie of house pets in their Norwood home. "e;We had everything but more
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 more
By JOHN HOWELL It was built as a high school in the 1950s; it transitioned into a middle school when the district downsized from three to two high schools. Now, Veterans will become kindergarten central for at least a couple of months. The Warwick School more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Nineteen COVID-19 cases were identified among students, teachers and staff during the first two days of Rhode Island's new school year, officials said Wednesday, although those positive tests were spread between 18 different schools more
By JOHN HOWELL Summer just got extended until Dec. 31. That's one way of looking at the free meals for students program that continues through December for Warwick students and persons under 18 years old. In addition to breakfast and lunch for those more
Gaspee team takes oath The Gaspee Days Committee installation ceremonies were held Thursday evening at the Aspray Boathouse in Pawtuxet, with Cranston Mayor Allan Fung giving remarks and state Rep. Joseph McNamara administering the oath of office. 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
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