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Rocky Point is not what it once was, but the former amusement park in Warwick has a good thing going in its new chapter as a Rhode Island state park. Rocky Point is one of four sites in the Rhode … more
IT’S A RACE: The serious runners in the field …
They came with their families, they came with their friends, for it’s the Rocky Point 5K tradition ‘cause it’s summertime again! For the second time in as many weeks, the Central Rhode … more
EIGHT EAGLES: Eagle Scouts from Troop 49 Lakewood …
It is not common for a Boy Scout to rise through the rigorous ranks of scouting to achieve the prestigious rank of Eagle, but last Saturday not one but eight Warwick young men were honored with the … more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are down two cents from last week, the first decrease since the end of March, according to AAA Northeast. AAA’s June 29 survey of prices in Rhode Island found … more
The city’s annual fireworks display to celebrate Independence Day will be held this Friday, July 3, at the Oakland Beach seawall, the office of Mayor Scott Avedisian announced yesterday. … more
Warwick was ranked the 26th best city to be a firefighter out of 322 in the nation in a study conducted by ValuePenguin. ValuePenguin is a free comparative site, based out of New York, providing … more
Softball and soccer fields at the new Winslow Park are nearly ready for play although according to contractors it will be at least another month before a traffic light on Airport Road at the road to … more
FIREWORKS BUST: Approximately 65 cases of illegal …
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police Department. ILLEGAL FIREWORKS On June 26, the Warwick Police Department received information that a subject living at 270 … more
A FOREVER HOME: Sarah, Charlotte, Mark and Nate …
When two sad tales come together it can end happily, as it has for the Turshens and their newest dog, Posy. Posy is not the 8-year-old pitbull mix’s first name; she once went by the name … more
Fearing the loss of the Save the Bay program at Robertson Elementary School where she served as principal, and believing students throughout Warwick could benefit from learning more about the bay, … more
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