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Richard E. Johnson, 70, of Duncan, OK, passed away peacefully and surrounded by his loving family on Thursday, August 3, 2017 at Mercy Hospital in Oklahoma City. Richard was born on March 28, … more
Virginia M. Merritt, 93, died Monday, August 14, 2017. She was the wife of the late John W. Merritt. A lifelong resident of Warwick, she was a daughter of the late Chester A. and Estelle A. … more
Violet (Clarke) Theberge, age 66, of Hoxsie Avenue, Warwick, passed away at home on Monday, August 14, 2017. She was the wife of Ronald G. Theberge. Born in Providence, the daughter of the late … more
Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) will hold a Town Hall meeting where he will give a brief update on the policies and initiatives he has been working on in Washington and take questions from the audience Tuesday, Aug. 22 from 6 to 8 p.m. The meeting will more
For Ben DeCastro, inspiration was found during the third and fourth quarters of the Dec. 4, 2016 New England Patriots game to write the children’s book, “Because Your Mommy Does Crossfit.” … more
`The class of 2017 at Bishop Hendricken High School achieved extraordinary things, whether it was in the classroom, on the field, or on the stage. This year's top ten students are a good example of some of the spectacular accomplishments of the class of more
To the Editor: In this very brief letter, I would like to comment on the concerns of Richard Russell voiced in his letter of August 10. First of all, traffic circles in this country are and have always been called, until very recently, rotaries. (Perhaps more
Last month of camping The Warwick Boys and Girls Club summer camp held at the Masonic Youth Park off Long Street has been a popular program. Outdoor activities keep campers busy on those sunny days and when it rains the camp convenes at the Oakland Beach more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Increased police awareness in the form of about 100 directed patrols and numerous covert operations since June 5 has revealed no significant criminal activity at Salter Grove, hopefully easing concerns from neighbors of the area who felt more
There is something disheartening about looking over the reaction to the rollout of the Rhode Island Promise scholarship program and seeing a significant amount of kneejerk, negative feedback. Perhaps that's just human nature. There are nearly twice as more
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