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A dog adoption fest will be held this Saturday as part of the grand opening of Camp Bow Wow at 3 Keyes Way in West Warwick. The “Fur-Ever Friend” Adoption Fest will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. … more
It was after a year and a half of college that 19-year-old Hannah Cook-Dumas realized education was not for her. She decided to pursue an “old dream” of welding. A graduate of Tiverton High … more
“I love theater as an art form,” Cranston native Mike Moise said. “Everyone has their own piece to bring, and when we all collaborate we can create something much larger than ourselves, … more
Ferguson earns degree During Commencement on May 17, Jason Ferguson of Warwick received his Bachelor Degree of Science in Business Administration from Eastern Connecticut State University in Willimantic, CT. Amore graduates, earns honors Warwick's more
Proximity Learning began seven years ago in Austin, Texas to provide students of Mandarin with professional teachers from China. Now, the virtual staffing company provides certified teachers and tutors in a slew of topics, including their more
The following students have earned honors for the third tri-semester at St. Peter School: Grade 8 First honors Marissa Birmingham, Haeleigh De Feo, Theresa Der Manouelian, Sophia Hopkins, Sara Langevin, Kiley Lemieux, Nicholas Ombajin and Sophia Piperata more
The following Warwick residents have achieved dean's list status for the quarter ending June 4 at the New England Institute of Technology: Rachel Anderson, Joshua Andrade, Corey Beagan, Sarah Boettner, Courtney Boyd, Jonathan Campbell, Philip Cantrell, more
Flying for fitness Mayor Scott Avedisian stands with Coach Mike Carreiro and 24 students from John Brown Francis Elementary School, who made up the 2016 Running Falcons. Principal David Cluff's fitness proposal netted the school $1,500 in funds for the more
The Miriam Hospital is actively recruiting local participants for a unique behavioral study focusing on cognitive and aerobic training as a possible way to prevent cognitive decline or dementia. The combined intervention, known as the Active Mind"" more
Dr. Douglas H. Sherman Jr., senior vice president and provost at New England Institute of Technology, is pleased to announce the following Warwick students who have achieved Dean's List status for the quarter ending June 04, 2016. Students must achieve a more
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