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Homes for feather friends Wayne Cabral, Carl Bergden and Mike Clark, members of the Warwick Wildlife and Conservation Commission, installed three wood duck boxes in the Hunts River last Thursday. Boxes were constructed by the commission to be installed more
An art break before finals A few raindrops couldn't deter about 150 Pilgrim seniors from participating in sidewalk art that was a ritual at Veterans Memorial High School and was rapidly adopted by Pilgrim when Vets transitioned into a junior high school. more
PEDESTRIAN STRUCK On May 16 at 8:33 PM, the Warwick Police Department responded to the area of Warwick Avenue and Fourth Avenue for a crash involving a blue Dodge Caravan and a pedestrian. Warwick Fire Department transported the local 80-year-old more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Flo Spenard, the newest commodore of the Edgewood Yacht Club, officially took the reigns from Wayne Kezirian on Saturday as the club officially opened its new building on the site of the Victorian clubhouse lost in 2011. This is an" more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI) celebrated its 53rd commencement ceremony Thursday, May 17 - but for the first in its history the graduation was held at the Dunkin' Donuts Center in Providence, providing plenty of space for more
By JOHN HOWELL Ward 6 Councilwoman Donna Travis, who spearheaded efforts to restore fees at the city's three beaches, is disappointed with Acting Mayor Joseph Solomon's action to suspend the fees for the upcoming season. Travis believes the fees, more
Making a record Toll Gate Urban Sociology students Kamren Catucci, Nick Coffey, Ryan Conley and Matthew Martinez met with Mayor Avedisian after completing a semester working with the Warwick Commission on Historical Cemeteries. The students photographed more
To the Editor: The 1960s were a terrible time in our nation's history, marked by the Vietnam War, the assassinations of President Kennedy, Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the assassinations of Martin Luther more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Department is laying the groundwork for a scenario in which they may elect to sue the City of Warwick over a perceived lack of adequate school funding. On Friday, May 18 the department officially released and more
The boots gave it away. I bought them about 15 years ago for a hiking trip in the Saw Tooth Mountains of the Montana Wilderness. Rick Herr told me there was nothing worse than wet feet and advised I buy boot made with Gortex. I took his advice and was more
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