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Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) is now accepting applications for nomination to the United States Military Academies. As a Member of Congress, Langevin has the privilege of nominating constituents to the United States Military Academy, the United States more
A Mah Jongg tournament was held Sept. 15 at the Pilgrim Senior Center. A Chinese game played usually by four people with 136 or 144 rectangular tiles, the object is to collect winning sets of these tiles, similar to card games such as more
Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea has unveiled www.rivotes.org, a mobile-optimized website aimed at increasing voter participation among Rhode Islanders between the ages of 18 and 35 - an age group commonly referred to as Millennials. Nationally, more
A day doesn’t go by when Larry Ferri isn’t asked, “where do the mattresses go?” Ferri works at the city’s compost station behind the Mickey Stevens Sports Complex, and ever since the … more
FAST FOOD FOLLIES Eating fast food may make one sleepy, but it wasn't a Big Mac that made one driver pass out at a McDonald's drive through speaker. On September 16, just before 8:30 p.m., Officer Manuel Pacheco and other members of the police department more
At the request of Warwick residents and City administrators, the Solarize Warwick program will be extended until November 30, giving residents an additional eight weeks to sign up and sign a contract to go solar. SolarFlair has recently seen increased" more
It could be a college campus, only better - with a bistro just down the hall, happy hour every evening, a putting green and bocce court a few steps outside, a media room, and a schedule of interesting programs and speakers. The comparison more
Signs of the Nov. 8 election are everywhere, and they promise to get even more plentiful in the coming weeks. That presents a dilemma for Christine Allen, Mayor Scott Avedisian's campaign manager. In an interview Tuesday, she claimed a more
By JOHN HOWELL Saying language that protects the teaching and learning environment is most important to them, the Warwick Teachers Union has turned down an offer that would, among other things, give them raises in line with other city employees and, more
The Warwick Police Department is asking for the community's assistance identifying a suspect after the Bank of America branch on West Shore Road was robbed. According to Lieutenant Snow, around 3 … more
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