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The Keeping Kids Safe Project by S.I.P. Kids, a national child safety organization that tours the country providing free FBI quality digital fingerprints for children, will be in Warwick this … more
The Annual East Greenwich area “Cub Scout Sign Up Day” will be held this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Goddard State Park on Ives Road, Warwick. Boys and their parents are invited to come … more
ONE AND ONLY CAMPAIGN SIGN: While Carel Callahan …
The mail ballots have been counted and the results of last Tuesday’s primary have not changed, although the totals have. Incumbent Ward 2 Councilman Thomas Chadronet, who led Michael Zarum by 23 … more
STRIKING OUT THE MASTER LEVER: Joining Governor …
Several key legislators joined the governor during a signing ceremony Thursday at the State House of legislation to eliminate the “master lever,” or straight-party voting option, on all … more
Bring it on. That is what Joseph Solomon, D-Ward 4 told Cox Communications in voting to deny a Cox Communications claim for wires brought down by a city crew trimming tree limbs on Palmer Avenue … more
According to a press release from Det. Captain Christopher Stewart of the Warwick Police last week, Warwick detectives have identified Patrick Silva, 34, of New Bedford as the man responsible for the … more
DRUGS Two people from Pennsylvania were arrested and charged with selling drugs on Aug. 25 after K-9 Viking located a relatively large quantity of marijuana in their vehicle. Officer Aaron Steere … more
WILL NEVER FORGET: Richard DelleFemine, brother …
Richard DelleFemine had a feeling his sister, Carol Bouchard, was on one of the flights out of Boston earlier on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, as he listened to the car radio on his way to the … more
THERE HAVE BEEN BETTER DAYS: Kenneth and Jo Ann …
Jo Ann Morey couldn’t believe what she was seeing when she looked out her door. Flames were climbing up the side of the house. “I smelled smoke and thought there was something,” she said … more
The need for road repairs following a long winter that left more than the usual share of potholes has been the mantra of many council members and candidates since this spring. Yet, even though … more
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