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A mayoral visit The campers at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick (BGCW) got a surprise on Tuesday afternoon when Mayor Scott Avedisian visited to serve approximately 200 campers lunch. The summer can be a tough time for families struggling financially, more
To the Editor: So, by now we have all driven down the new Main Avenue as the airport expansion looms closer over our heads. With it becoming so ever louder on my street, off Buttonwoods Avenue by Main Avenue, behind Wickes School, I called the more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Democratic activist Weiner dies Mark Weiner, a closed friend of Bill and Hillary Clinton and active player in Democratic politics, died Tuesday in Newport as he prepared to travel to the party's convention in Philadelphia. Weiner, 62, more
Warwick Police Department K9 Fox will receive a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s Inc. K9 Fox's vest is sponsored by Libby Distasio of Cranston, and will be embroidered more
Toastmasters install officers The Ocean State Toastmasters held their annual installation of club officers at a dinner meeting on June 21 at Chianti's Italian Cuisine on Old Forge Road in East Greenwich. Officers installed were president Trinh Truong; more
On Saturday, July 23, Meredith Cleasby, 45, of Warwick, became the first individual to complete the 40th annual Save The Bay Swim, three weeks ahead of the actual event on Aug. 13. The amateur triathlete was looking forward to her very first Save The Bay more
Despite the efforts of some against the upcoming National Night Out event on Tuesday, Aug. 2 - including spreading rumors that it's been cancelled and tearing down flyers promoting the event - City Council President Donna Travis, who also more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police Department. COCAINE & HEROIN Randolph Reynoso, 25, of Warwick, and Richard Lora, 20, of Providence, were recently ordered detained following court appearances on conspiracy and drug more
Michael Sepe, who has chaired the Cranston Democratic City Committee for nearly two decades, has stepped down from the post to focus on his campaign for mayor. The committee last week elected Mario G. Carlino, who has served on the more
Rep. William W. O'Brien's bill (2016-H 7052) that adds dyslexia-targeted screening and assistance as a required aspect of the literacy program for students at the elementary grade level was signed into law by Gov. Gina M. Raimondo at a recent ceremonial more
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