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Although Toll Gate seniors were graduating from high school Tuesday night, salutatorian Ashley Chin, shared words of wisdom from a favorite childhood character, Winnie the Pooh. “Promise me … more
Top volunteer Arnold Geller of Warwick has received the Division 7 Auxiliarist of the Year Award for volunteering more than 5,000 hours in 2015. His work included areas such as Marine Safety, Recreational Boating Safety and Public Affairs. Geller serves more
Nicholas Parrillo, a Warwick resident who is both blind and autistic, has received a $2,000 grant from the Joey Fund to pursue his desire to row. Part of the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism, the Joey Fund distributes grants to more
By MATT BOWER One in four to five children, about 22.5 percent, has a mental health disorder and it's getting worse. According to a Kids Count Warwick Data in Our Backyard presentation last October, there's been a growing trend of youth mental health more
In the sunny dining room at Iggy's Boardwalk, a table for 20 filled the room with friendly chatter Thursday afternoon. Friends of Warwick Senior Centers, Inc. was gathered to announce two new officers and kick off a summer full of bingo more
Warwick resident Marie Balemian was named Miss Rhode Island Italia Pre-Teen during a pageant ceremony held at the Providence Marriott Downtown on May 22. It's a great honor to have this title and it's amazing to have this opportunity and" more
It's amazing what can happen over the course of year, and it's even more amazing how much a child can change in that same time. Unfortunately for some grandparents, however, those changes are never seen. In 2015, Betty (not her real name) more
A Warwick resident is one of just four college students statewide to receive fellowships for international travel from the Michael P. Metcalf Memorial Fund at the Rhode Island Foundation. Joshua Jaspers received $5,000 to support an internship in the more
James DeSimone was completely surprised when the 6th grade versus faculty softball game was interrupted last Friday at Oakland Beach Elementary. He had no idea that he could be named Rhode Island's Physical Educator of the Year in front of more
Certainly a priest doesn't need a ladder to get closer to God. But on Monday, Father Matthew Glover used a ladder to bless the city's first solar panels on a religious institution, and then from his lofty position the pastor of Sts. Rose more
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