News
1102 results total, viewing 61 - 70
The fresh watermelon and lemonade was much appreciated and surely needed as the July heat bore down on the 26th annual Warwick Neck Parade, held on the Fourth of July. What originally started as a group of people marching in their own parade - nobody more
With an increasing number of motorcycle fatalities already this year, Colonel Ann C. Assumpico, Superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and Director of the Department of Public Safety, is encouraging motorcycle operators and passengers to use more
The following Toll Gate students have earned honors for the fourth quarter: Grade 9 High Honors: Christine Adeyefa, Livia Adler-Maranhao, Ella Grace Allen, Erica Armstrong, Nika Awid, Sophia Boutin, Logan Brown, Dylan Burr, Felicity Butts, Daniel more
Gianna Cirella was a junior at Toll Gate High School when she passed away this past November. While the 16-year-old goalkeeper lost her fight with sepsis, her family and community are continuing her legacy through a variety of events and fundraisers. On more
By TARA MONASTESSE As July begins, many Rhode Island residents look forward to upcoming summer festivities; however, it's not only people that have important celebrations to prepare for. Sahara the dog, owned by Jacqie Lyman of Warwick, will be more
The Ocean State Center for Independent Living will host a free Lunch & Learn Workshops at both OSCIL locations in Warwick and Pawtucket in July. This month's presenters are Jason Flanders, Investigator of the RI Commission on Human Rights and Kate more
By air and by sea Warwick drone operator Kyle Carpenter captured a unique view of a sunken barge that rests in the shallows off the coast of Oakland Beach, and shared the images on the Positive Warwick Facebook page. The photos prompted discussion from more
TEACHER ROBBED On June 20 just after 10 a.m., Officer Joseph DeDonato responded to Holden Elementary on Hoxsie Avenue in reference to a larceny from a classroom. At the school he met with the victim, who stated that sometime between 3:15 p.m. on June 18 more
You could get wet A few water hazards haven't failed to deter those determined to walk, and in some cases fish, from the jetty off Pawtuxet Cove. Access is from the causeway at Salter Grove Park that will be undergoing improvements thanks to a $200,000 more
By PEDER SCHAEFER Last week's Fourth of July parades, fireworks and marches, while festive, are not the only way to show thanks to our country and our veterans. Terri Hewood, a Warwick native, shows her appreciation by making quilts for veterans, as part more
« Prev | 1 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 111 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.