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Time for reform is now

To the Editor: In the near future the most recent financial audit commissioned by the Warwick City Council will be ready for presentation. The docketing of this report is likely sooner than later. Warwick is entering the budget season and this

Being a kid in today's world

DCYF needs to be transparent, committed to reform following tragedy

Take time to enjoy

Having to 'do something' should never be a reason to pass a bill

Sports

By RYAN D. MURRAY The Patriots earned their first win of the season on Tuesday when they beat the Lincoln Lions 3-1 at Pilgrim in Division I baseball. Tyler Parks, a senior, pitched a complete-game gem for the Pats and struck out six. We needed that"

After claiming the state championship back in 2017, the Hawks came up short of their goal in 2018 as they finished runner up to Moses Brown at Cranston Country Club.The Hawks return the large …
The Pilgrim girls swim team was recently awarded the Brother Antony F.S.C Memorial Sportsmanship Award at the Rhode Island Interscholastic Swimming Coaches and Officials Awards dinner. Present to represent the team (from left to right) was Emily Diggle,
The Pilgrim golf team teed off its season recently, and is looking forward to hitting the links this 2019 spring season. The Patriots return a group that includes six seniors in total, as well as …
By PETE FONTAINE Gone are the days when the Phenix Sportsmen's Club of West Warwick would set up its famed Chuck Wagon" - a.k.a. mobile kitchen - on the banks of Seidel's Sanctuary and feed upwards of 300 kids a full breakfast on Opening Day of Rhode"
Lifestyles

Fronting two bands, Warwick's Sean Murphy finds a musical balance

By ROB DUGUAY It's par the course in Rhode Island for a musician to be involved in multiple bands. Drummers often play with the most different groups - some in five or more - but the same can go for guitarists, bassists, keyboardists and horn players.

Trinity's 'Little Shop' a big hit

Truly Great 'True West' at Gamm

Maine's El Grande to perform at Cranston ska night

RIPO gives a fun night at the opera

Police/Crime
The Warwick Police Department Special Operations Group executed a search warrant for a room at a local hotel as a result of an ongoing investigation. The search of the room found four occupants, 110 grams of methamphetamine, a number of unidentified
DUI Just after 9:30 p.m. on April 9, Officer Anthony J. D'Abrosca was conducting a routine patrol on East Avenue when he observed a vehicle swerve over the center dotter line before jerking back into its lane. A check revealed the registration on the car
SUSPENDED LICENSE Just after 5:30 p.m. on April 7, Officer Derek Mourato was traveling on East Avenue when he observed a vehicle take the East Avenue on-ramp from Bald Hill Road. The vehicle was operating at a high rate of speed and cut across three
DUI Shortly before 1 a.m. on March 30, Officer Christopher R. Cote was traveling west on Providence Street when he observed a black 2002 Dodge driving eastbound at a high rate of speed. Its headlights were off and sparks were coming from the bottom of
LARCENY At approximately 5:45 p.m. on March 29, Officer Maxwell A. Neiley responded to the front lobby of Warwick Police headquarters for a party reporting missing FedEx packages. The reporting party told Neiley that on March 26, he received electronic
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Pet of the Week

Animal Talk Pet of the Week: Mona

Mona's loving owner passed away unexpectedly, and now she needs a new home. She's hoping you could be the one, and she's available in North Scituate today.