January 31, 2015
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CHAMPIONS: David Mariano leaps into the arms of …
The first half of Saturday’s Division I Super Bowl between Bishop Hendricken and La Salle looked like everything you’d expect from a typical Hawks-Rams showdown. The score was 12-7, with both … more
IT’S CERTAIN: Mayor Scott Avedisian casts a …
It was an uneasy win for Mayor Scott Avedisian, but you wouldn’t know it from the numbers. The incumbent mayor handily beat Republican challenger Stacia Petri, 3,108 to 1,627 votes, setting him up … more
A NEW MIDWAY: Larry Mouradjian, of the Department …
Fast-forward, but not too far forward, to the last weekend in September. Now, imagine a festival with some amusement park rides, music and food and, perhaps, clamcakes and chowder. Naturally, … more
Already, the Senate report about the CIA and torture has sparked partisan outrage among Republicans, who know it doesn’t reflect well on the two administrations of George W. Bush. But, in their … more
To the Editor: Last Sunday, hundreds of thousands marched throughout the world demanding action on climate change. One hundred twenty world leaders gathered in New York for the United Nations … more
Two years ago, the Warwick School Department began implementing Response to Intervention (RTI) measures in an effort to track the academic progress of students and identify areas where they may be … more
Clay Pell at Monday's "town meeting."
Kathryn McDaniel voted on Tuesday, 28 days before the Democratic primary that will decide whether Clay Pell will be the party’s nominee for governor. McDaniel, who graduated from Cranston High … more
MISSING DINGHY Officer Kevin McGuire reported he was dispatched to the Dickerson Brothers Marina on Arnold’s Neck Road around 5:20 p.m. on July 30 for a report of a stolen dinghy. A North … more
Hooters of Warwick closed Aug. 3 for remodeling, according to their Facebook page, but the Rhode Island Department of Health’s (HEALTH) findings of July 25 was the reason for their voluntary … more
THERE IS A ROAD SOMEWHERE: It was near whiteout …
By JOHN HOWELL This time, people were prepared. Officials weren’t going to let Rhode Island be paralyzed for more than a week, as happened following the Blizzard of 1978. And as it turned … more
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