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Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are up six cents this week according to AAA Northeast. This week's price is the highest seen since the second week in January. AAA Northeast's April 17 survey of prices in Rhode Island finds self-serve, regular unleaded more
Providence College recently held its 31st annual computer programming contest. Bishop Hendricken High School students competed, and the team of four took home first place on the second day of the competition, surpassing 14 other schools. The event is more
Earth Day cleanup The Warwick Historical Cemeteries Commission held its annual Brayton Cemetery Earth Day cleanup on April 15. Thirty-five members of Faith Baptist Church joined other volunteers from the Warwick Historical Society, Ocean State Pirate, more
The introduction of four bills seeking to limit state authority and restore exemptions regarding vaccinations has given further opportunity for parents and advocates to express opposition to a mandate issued in September by the Rhode Island more
The Aristocats, Warwick's premiere swing jazz band, will hold a concert at Warwick Public Library on Sunday, April 30 at 2 p.m. Spring is the season when birds, butterflies, flowers and jazz musicians reappear for our pleasure and enjoyment. Hear sunny more
The Warwick Historical Society and their guests, the Warwick Commission on Historical Cemeteries and the Pawtuxet Rangers, will conduct for a five-part celebration of 375 years of Warwick history at Warwick Public Library on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. On April more
By TESSA ROY Bob Hocking has an early memory of picking up and reading a sports book at his grandmother's house as a boy. That memory, plus the influence of his uncle and father on his love for the subject, have remained with him. On April 18, Hocking more
By JOHN HOWELL The Bayside sewer construction project, which will bring sewers to 900 homes in the Riverview, Bayside and Highland Beach neighborhoods, will be like no other in the city. Janine Burke-Wells, executive director of the Warwick Sewer more
STOLEN BICYCLE An employee of Dockside Seafood Marketplace recently found that his only means of transportation had been stolen while he was at work. According to Dockside owner Tommy Patrick, on Monday April 17 around 1:15 p.m., a male suspect walked more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston and Rhode Island State Police Departments. PURSUIT On April 18 at 2:29 p.m., Johnston Police attempted to conduct a motor vehicle stop for registration violations on Plainfield Street. As the more
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