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Paul Tomaselli, 56, passed away Sunday, February 11, 2018 at RI Hospital. He was the beloved husband of Rose Sisson. He was a son of the late Domenic and Mary (Villa) Tomaselli. Paul was owner of … more
Kenneth E. Robertson Jr., 57, of Warwick died Sunday, February 11, 2018 at home. Born in Warwick, he was the beloved son of Sharon L. (Walker) Robertson of Coventry and the late Kenneth E. … more
Meredith F. “Lynn” (Loughlin) Armstrong, formerly of Glen Avenue, Edgewood, and Namquid Drive, Warwick, passed away on Sunday, February 11, 2018 at the Scandinavian Retirement Center in Cranston. … more
The CCRI Alumni Association Awards Committee is now accepting nominations for the Society of the Knights and Squire Awards to be presented at the A Knight of Stars" ceremony on October 26. The Society of the Knights Outstanding Alumni Awards are" more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Those looking for love on Valentine's Day in Warwick can take solace in the fact that they're not alone, as a study has shown the Ocean State has a higher percentage of singles than all but one other state in the country. Rhode Island more
In an attempt to alleviate the crowds and long lines that sometimes await voters on Election Day, Rep. Joseph J. Solomon Jr. (D-Dist. 22, Warwick) has introduced legislation that would help voters avoid the wait. The bill (2018-H 7501) would create a more
To the Editor:A southern California teacher – a true oxymoron – Gregory Salcido, has taken it upon himself to call members of the military “the lowest of the low.” He has … more
To the Editor: Let's build new schools in Warwick! Heresy, you say? You contend that Warwick taxpayers can't afford or won't approve building new schools instead of repairing existing schools? Maybe you're wrong. Let's look at the real costs involved in more
There's music in gutters. That's not always the case when it rains. More often than not, gutters become problematic when nearby trees fill them with leaves and twigs. Then instead of a lullaby of tinkling there's the splattering of water running down the more
In the 1999 comedy “Office Space,” the main protagonist Peter Gibbons struggles to exist in a bleak corporate landscape while working as a low-level programmer in a large, fictional tech … more
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