October 25, 2014
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Rhode Island KIDS COUNT will provide community-level data on Warwick children and families at the upcoming “Data in Your Backyard” presentation this Thursday from 9:30-11 a.m. at the Warwick … more
HALLOWEEN READY: Sophie Buchanan and Connor …
Governor Francis Farms residents came together for an afternoon of fun events for kids, a chance for neighbors to get together on Saturday. For the first time since the gatherings started more than … more
imPOSSIBLE DREAM: Warwick resident Laura Willkomm …
Warwick’s imPossible Dream has been making the dreams of chronically ill children come true since it was founded in 1982. Thanks to an initiative from the jeweler Pandora called “Hearts of … more
BOURQUE
Roger Williams Auto Sales (RWAS) will be holding A Humbled Harvest Day cookout and collection drive for food and clothing for the homeless this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at its location at 3126 … more
Steve Hinger of the Rotary Club of Warwick passes out dictionaries to third graders at Scott School. Hinger started the program to give all Warwick third graders a dictionary 14 years ago after … more
If you have ever driven down West Shore Road from Hoxsie towards Conimicut and wondered why there was a sign at the side of the road proclaiming the area “Cole’s Farm,” local historian Henry … more
MAN IN BLACK Officer Keri-Ann Leigh-ton reported an alarm going off at 1884 Elmwood Ave. around 2:55 a.m. on Oct. 14 at the Columbus Door Co. She said she arrived to find a bicycle outside a … more
WITH A COMMON GOAL: Mayoral candidates Scott …
It seems logical enough; if Warwick crews can pick up yard waste every week during the summer, why can’t they do it in the fall, when leaves are falling and it’s really needed? That question … more
RICHARD D'AGOSTINO
Richard D’Agostino dispelled any doubt that he will be a candidate for superintendent of Warwick Schools on Thursday, listing his accomplishments in the last two years and disclosing plans … more
AN ALL TOGETHER DIFFERENT PROPOSAL: Ward 5 …
The Artists’ Exchange, now based in Cranston, may end up getting much more than it bargained for when it was the only bidder for the use of the former Christopher Rhodes School in the Norwood … more
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