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11th Day observance As they have done for years, the Warwick Veterans Council headed by Anthony Rodrigues placed a wreath at Veterans Memorial Park in observance of Veterans Day Saturday morning. In a brief ceremony DAV chaplain James Hickey said, The" more
In a fashion it was a reunion Thursday at the Rotary Club of Warwick only the “silent hero,” Sgt. Donald H. Rubery, who grew up in the Norwood section of the city and died weeks after the D-Day … more
Patricia Lenihan of East Greenwich, managing broker for Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage's East Greenwich and Newport, offices, has been recognized with the Omega Tau Rho Award. This award and membership into the honorary fraternity is presented by more
The Rhode Island Community Food Bank has kicked off its annual Holiday Food Drive to help ensure that no one goes hungry this holiday season. Rhode Islanders are invited to participate by hosting a food drive or donating funds to support the more
By JOHN HOWELL What two mothers started as a drive to save their neighborhood school from closing this academic year has evolved into a campaign to shelve the larger elementary school consolidation plan because of conflicting data and state efforts more
By RYAN CHAMPLIN -- Katie McAuslin of Warwick went to Wickes for elementary. Now 26, she works at the school as a lunch aide, despite having cerebral palsy. more
SHOPLIFTING VIDEO GAMES WHILE CARRYING A KNIFE On Thursday, October 26 at approximately 2:50 p.m., Warwick Police arrested Christian Muralles, 19, for shoplifting video games at the Target store on Bald Hill Road. He is charged with one count of more
Meet Max and Tippy, aka the dynamic duo. These two may be small in size but are big in personality. They are available as a combo at the Warwick Animal Shelter today. more
By JEN COWART -- Last month, The Village for RI Foster and Adoptive Families was honored in Washington D.C. at the Angels in Adoption three-day event, sponsored by the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute (CCIA). more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A setting sun streamed through the huge industrial windows of the WaterFire Arts Center, as if to provide a natural allegory for the bright future of tourism in Rhode Island. more
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