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GRINCHED Officer Julio Benros responded to a Lakedell Drive residence on November 30 around 8:12 a.m. for a report of a theft of Christmas lawn ornaments. At the scene the officer met with the resident who reported that his lawn ornament, a laser more
An exhibit of 25 paintings by artist Yvonne King of Galway, Ireland at the Warwick Public Central Library may seem like a stretch to opening doors to trade and boosting the local economy. That's not the way Mayor Scott Avedisian see it. At a recent visit more
In tune with the season Greenwood Community Church, Presbyterian was filled Sunday evening for the annual Veni Emmanuel concert of Christmas music. Directed by John C. Black with his sister Christian J. Black as accompanist, the concert included solo more
By ETHAN HARTLEY & JOHN HOWELL -- Just when it seemed there would be some long-awaited labor peace between the Warwick Teachers Union and the Warwick School Department, another issue arises. more
Capping a busy year of philanthropic activities throughout the eight states where its stores are located, closeout discount retailer Ocean State Job Lot was honored with the 2017 Outstanding Corporate Giving Award" by the Massachusetts Military Family" more
Best part is going back uphill Steve and Karen Sciammaco took their granddaughter, Sophia Sciammaco, sledding at Gorton Sunday. After several runs Sophia's aunt, Jana Migopoulos, and her dog Brutus appeared at the top of the hill, and it wasn't long more
A clean sweep Bruce King celebrates the season's first snow after cleaning off Patty Johnson Martucci's car outside St. Barnabas Church and the Warwick Center for the Arts Saturday afternoon. Because of the snow, Martucci said the winter art sale held more
Rock and read On November 18 a bentwood rocker was presented to the Apponaug Branch of the Warwick Public Library. The rocker was provided by friends of Norman Tobin, a long-time elementary school teacher in the Warwick school system and frequent visitor more
Governor Gina M. Raimondo announced recently that the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training will lower unemployment insurance tax rates again next year, saving Rhode Island employers an additional $10 million. This is the second consecutive year more
At the beach no matter what time of year What was once a drab laundry room of painted cinder block walls at Brookdale West Bay assisted living has been transformed thanks to the efforts of the Little Rhody Rembrandts, a chapter of the Society of more
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