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Sometimes there are good reasons to hide your identity. Other times it's for wicked purposes. See some of both in a movie musical film series about secret identities at Warwick Public Library on Thursdays at 7 p.m. On January 18, see Singin' in the Rain more
The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) is reminding Rhode Islanders to take precautions to stay healthy and safe when shoveling snow. Because shoveling can cause sudden increases in blood pressure and heart rate, it can causes heart attacks. more
Cool to stay inside Heather Lynch grabbed this photo of her parents, Janet and Charles Jones (84 and 94 years old), longtime Warwick residents of Wildrose Court in Governor Francis Farms, during the height of Thursday's snowstorm. (Submitted photo) more
The Roger Williams University Center for Economic and Environmental Development will be offering an Applied Shellfish Farming course for business startups. The non-credit course consists of 15 evening lectures (6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.) over the next four more
Rhode Island was the No. 39 Growth State for 2017, according to U-Haul data analyzing the past year's U.S. migration trends. Year-over-year arrivals of one-way U-Haul truck rentals dropped by 3 percent while departures dropped by 1 percent from Rhode more
The following students achieved high honors or honors for the first quarter of the 2017-2018 school year at Warwick Veterans Memorial Junior High School GRADE 7 HIGH HONORS Aydan Amaral, Marco Amaral, Isabella Armstrong, Grace Atwood, Andrew Barboza, more
Jacob Zuller of Warwick, a student at Wyoming Seminary College Preparatory School in Kingston, Pa., has been named to the dean's list for the fall 2017-18 academic term. Zuller, a postgraduate student, is the son of Michael Zuller and Holly more
The 2018 East Greenwich High School Wall of Honor Ceremony will be held Wednesday, April 11 at 6 p.m. at the East Greenwich High School Auditorium. The ceremony, which usually takes an hour and a half, will honor five East Greenwich High School more
Chief of staff Ray Studley was first to volunteer. “I’ll get out and push,” he said. “I knew I should have brought my coat,” said Mayor Scott Avedisian from the front seat of the … more
By KOBY GARTNER Hospitals nationwide are experiencing shortages of intravenous bags, according to the Wall Street Journal. These specific IV bags, called small volume parenterals (SVPs), were reported to be in short supply nationally. Despite these more
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