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By PEDER SCHAEFER The Reverend Don Anderson, executive minister of the Rhode Island State Council Churches, said Monday that she will be taking a three-month sabbatical to complete her transition to becoming a woman. Anderson, 70, informed the council more
Distinguished pastor Reverend Roger C. Gagne, pastor of St. Peter Church, received the Distinguished Pastor of a Catholic School" award for his outstanding leadership role in Catholic education at the end of the Ascension of the Lord mass on Thursday" more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On May 2 at approximately 11:08 p.m. Officer Jason Brodeur responded to the report of a motor vehicle accident on John Street in the Oakland Beach area, where a a vehicle had hit three parked cars then fled the scene towards more
When Ken Laliberte visited the Beltone hearing aid office in Warwick Mall last year, Mark Zarella, a hearing aid specialist, told Laliberte a list of 10 words to repeat back to him. “I was 0 … more
The Winman Junior High School Warriors softball team went to Woodlake Park and edged out the Ferri Middle School Jaguars 6-4 in nine innings on Thursday afternoon. Winman was led by its seventh grader and ace, Julia Krause, who pitched a complete game, more
How women and girls are depicted in the media has a huge impact on gender stereotypes and expectations. On May 24, 2018, the Women's Fund of Rhode Island will host the third Cocktails and Conversations event of the year, with a panel discussion looking more
By JOHN HOWELL Joseph Solomon got a lift to work Wednesday from his son, Joseph Solomon Jr. That was a good thing, because not until he got to City Hall did he get the keys to the mayor's car. Solomon, who assumed the role of acting mayor Wednesday, was more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Corey Smith has been an outspoken participant on matters relating to the Warwick School Department in the past, and now he is looking to take his advocacy onto the School Committee itself, as he has announced he will be making a run for more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The controversial beach fees that were scheduled to come back to Warwick this summer have been postponed by Acting Mayor Joseph Solomon. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Committee approved the potential layoffs of 72 teachers, 37 of whom are currently at the elementary level, during their meeting on Tuesday night. Karen Bachus was the lone vote against the measure. The notices were more
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