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OLM School in East Greenwich traditionally holds its last mass of the school year in celebration of a successful year, to wish the students a safe and happy summer, and to bid the graduating 8th graders a fond farewell. On Friday, June 9, the last mass more
The 2017 Rhode Island Criminal Justice Hall of Fame induction ceremony was held Tuesday, June 13 in the Grand Ballroom at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Warwick. Established by Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin, the Rhode Island Criminal Justice Hall of more
No matter what you're paying for, a 550 percent price hike sounds outlandish. Using that statistic alone, one would imagine taxpayers would be marching on City Hall after receiving their quarterly sewer utility bill and learning the renewal and more
To the Editor: Protecting the environment and leaving a cleaner world to future generations should not be a controversial proposition, and government policies to make that a reality don't all need to be divisive either. The Consumer and Fuel Retailer more
By JOHN HOWELL According to the city administration, police and fire services rendered to Green Airport is costing the city about $1.5 million a year. Yet, as Rep. Camille F.J. Vella-Wilkinson notes, the airport is paying $500,000 under an agreement more
POLICE USE FORCE TO END DOG ATTACK On June 20 at 6:03 p.m. officers from the Warwick Police Department responded to the area of 13 Titus Lane for reports of pit bulls, a male and another dog in the roadway. Upon arrival on scene, Officer John Zaborski more
By JOHN HOWELL Although it happened nearly 30 years ago, House Majority Leader K. Joseph Shekarchi vividly remembers the terror of the Craig Price murders and he wants to ensure any juvenile convicted of such a heinous crime remains behind bars for life more
By DAWN ANDERSON Listen to Master Gardener Sandra Cook of Warwick and one would think she spends her time in the kitchen when she starts talking about lasagna, squares, coffee grounds and tea leaves. But Cook won't be at her stove this weekend. Rather, more
By JOHN HOWELL A vestige of what was once part of the throbbing industrial center of Apponaug - the saw tooth building in the Apponaug Mill complex - could have a new life as a service office for AAA Northeast. With a bid of $875,000 at yesterday's more
CITY OF WARWICK BOARD OF PUBLIC SAFETY ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE NOTICE APPLICATION FOR A RETAILER’S BEVERAGE LICENSE, CLASS BL, TO KEEP AND SELL INTOXICATING BEVERAGES UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF … more
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