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John C. Oliveira, Battalion Chief, WFD (Ret.), 60, died April 16, 2014. He was the beloved husband of Barbara (Salisbury) Oliveira. A lifelong resident of Warwick, he was a son of Loretta M. … more
Rhode Island government is constantly in search of a new revenue scheme that will miraculously solve our financial problems – problems, of course, which are the result of the state’s continued … more
WARWICK AND CRANSTON SENATORS DEFY CONSTITUENTS WISHES: When voters go to voting booths in November they should remember which senators voted to keep the master lever. Study after study has shown the … more
GROUP EFFORT: Staff and volunteers from NAMI’s …
There are many ways in which Rhode Island’s chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) helps individuals and families. Educating the public, connecting those in need with critical … more
Rhode Islanders are being warned of a “grandparent scam” on the rise locally. “We have heard reports of this scam nationwide, but lately there has been a spike of calls to Rhode Islanders, … more
Louis Colucci, of Deborah Road, Warwick, passed away peacefully at home on April 14, 2014, with his son by his side. He was the husband of the late Anna C. (Mayo) Colucci. Lou was born in … more
JOE KERNAN
Conservative radio newscaster Paul Harvey really had something going. Yes, I’m dating myself because Harvey hasn’t been on the airwaves for years – he died in 2009 – and other than … more
Anthony Rossi leads the parade onto the field.
Apponaug Babe Ruth League gathered for opening day ceremonies under sunny skies on Saturday morning. Mayor Scott Avedisian delivered a ceremonial first pitch and the league's 200-plus players marched … more
One of the opening games gets underway on …
Games began bright and early Saturday morning as the Warwick Soccer Association opened its spring recreational season with a full slate of games at Belmont Park. more
Players go through the handshake line after a …
The spring soccer season kicked off for Warwick Fire Fighters Soccer Club with a jam-packed schedule at Winslow Park on Saturday. Games began early in the morning and continued into the evening. more
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