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Mayor Joseph J. Solomon and Colonel Stephen McCartney announced today that McCartney, Warwick’s longtime police chief, has decided to retire later this month. McCartney was named as Warwick’s top law enforcement official in 1999. Prior to that, he served the Providence Police Department with honor and distinction for nearly 26 years, working in all three major divisions of that department. McCartney retired from the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve with the rank of colonel after a 30-year military career... more
Savory Fare, a home meal delivery service that prepares high-quality and reasonably priced fresh and frozen food, is expanding their delivery area into Cranston and Warwick. A part of Warren-based culinary incubator, Hope & Main, Savory Fare specializes more
Congratulations to this week's Star Students and our brand new feature, the Art Star of the week!  more
Stepping up to help out AT&T joined those who have sought to sustain the Warwick mentor program when the School Committee, in an effort to balance its budget, cut more than $100,000 in funding to Mentor Rhode Island. Rather than close the Warwick more
Infant necessities and warm clothing for kids of all ages top the request lists for the 2018 Children's Friend Spirit of Giving Holiday Drive. More than 1,600 families with 5,500 children have made a holiday wish list and are looking for help this more
The following Toll Gate High School students have earned honors for the first quarter: GRADE 9 HIGH HONORS: Brianna Adams, Bryan Adams, Elizabeth Adeyefa, Ethar Al Tekreeti, Maryam Al-Mousa, Nathan Alexander, Sean Aponte, Gianna Armstrong, Carl more
Rep. Evan P. Shanley (D-Dist. 24, Warwick) has been elected chairman of a special legislative commission to study privacy protection on the Internet. The 11-member Rhode Island Online Data Transparency and Privacy Protection Commission, which had its more
Always a hit The Rotary Club of Warwick held its annual children's Christmas party yesterday at Roberston School with more than 30 children attending from the city's elementary schools. Students are selected by school principals for the event that more
A record number of families are expected to benefit from this year's Kids, Cops and Christmas campaign, which generated thousands of dollars' worth of toys and gift cards for children of all ages. We are tremendously grateful for the outpouring of" more
Do you know where the best coffee cabinets in the state are made? Do you know where the oldest penny arcade in the nation is? With 200 questions and multiple-choice answers on cards in addition to two jigsaw puzzles, Rhode Map shows Rhode Island where more
Rhode Island's Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children (CASA) program is accepting applications from individuals over age 21 who are interested in serving as volunteer advocates for abused and neglected children in DCYF care. Daytime training more
Playing for charity Warwick Senator Erin Lynch-Prata was among 36 officials, business leaders and members of the media to try their luck at the 6th annual Twin River Casino Hotel Holiday Blackjack Tournament for Charity held Dec. 4. Each of the players more
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