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The Bishop Hendricken soccer team was the last Division I team to open its regular season, but the extra preparation time didn’t do the Hawks much good on Wednesday. Against Shea in its first … more
ON THE BALL: Morgan Oliver pokes the ball away …
It’s all about beginnings for the Warwick Vets field hockey team. And the beginnings are leading to some pretty good endings. Head coach Jim Areson preached about the importance of a good … more
Following the end of the Vietnam War in April 1975, thousands of Southeast Asians came to this country as refugees from political prosecution in their homelands. Throughout the turmoil in the region … more
To the Editor: Well it’s over…for now. I came into this race for mayor of Warwick with a primary goal in mind, to get the truth out to the public. Mission accomplished. To everyone that … more
To the Editor: Please join my team, The Flying Flapdoodles, for the Rhode Island Walk to Defeat ALS on Sunday, September 21. The Rhode Island ALS Association will sponsor this fundraising event … more
Two things that I’m not known for are being early and not having my cell phone. Saturday, I discovered what it’s like to be early – very early – and also the frustration of not having my … more
Road repairs have become the new rallying cry for candidates and members of the City Council. It’s no wonder that the condition of city roads resonates with so many. This past winter yielded a … more
Dr. Stanley Carpenter, professor of strategy and policy at the U.S. Naval War College, will present a lecture series on the Civil War Tuesdays at 7 p.m. at the Warwick Public Library. The … more
IT’S OFFICIAL: Sen. Erin P. Lynch (D-Dist. 31, …
With a ceremonial stroke of the pen last Thursday, minimum wage workers in Rhode Island will receive a $1-an-hour raise Jan. 1 under a new law that was sponsored by Warwick lawmakers Sen. Erin P. … more
Rocky Hill School released its fall course listing for its after-school programs, Rocky Hill Enrichment Academy (RHEA). The courses, offered to children in grades kindergarten through grade 8, offer … more
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