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The Community College of Rhode Island Players launch their third annual Summer Repertory season this month with the production of two William Shakespeare plays at the Knight Campus' Bobby Hackett Theatre. The annual Summer Rep program offers students the more
By JONATHAN YAO A new resident has taken up the One Bay Avenue building in Warwick. Cozy Caterers, an event catering service, had its venue's red-ribbon cutting on Tuesday. Visited by Mayor Joseph J. Solomon, whose cousin Michael A. Solomon is president more
The military brought Mike and Roni (Rondel) Dooley together, working, then dating and marriage. Two children and 29 years later, the spirit of entrepreneurship keeps them working together, often side-by-side, Mike as an accomplished photographer and Roni more
Returning with the gold The Warwick Veterans Memorial Middle School Choir, a group of 52 sixth, seventh and eighth graders performed on June 7th at the Great East Festival. The adjudicated scores of 90 and 91 marked the third year in a row for these high more
Guests at Save The Bay’s Exploration Center and Aquarium can bite into facts about local sharks this July. The monthly programming theme, “Stunning Sharks of Narragansett Bay,” helps guests … more
The Community College of Rhode Island has announced former U.S. Army veteran and retired Warwick Police Major Sean Collins as its Chief of Police and Director of Public Safety, a position he has held on an interim basis since October 2017. Collins is a more
By TONIE LOPEZ It is a Friday morning at the Pilgrim Senior Center, and the participants of a new age exercise group are in full swing. Substituting for Camilla Morse, the group is led by the enthusiastic Marita Spencer Mentiviar, who guides the group in more
DUI Just before 7 p.m. on July 4, Officer Gerard J. DiTomasso responded to the area of Interstate 95 south at exit 10A to assist another officer with a motor vehicle stop. The vehicle - a white 2002 Honda S2000 with Massachusetts plates - had been pulled more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A pedestrian was hospitalized after being struck by a vehicle Sunday night on Airport Road, while the Diocese of Providence has confirmed a man charged with driving under the influence in connection with the accident is a local more
By JOHN HOWELL Randall Holden School is to have a new life as offices for Westbay Community Action under an agreement worked out between Mayor Joseph J. Solomon and Paul Salera, president and CEO of the agency serving residents of Warwick, East more
By JOHN HOWELL Nicole Spirito knows what kids like when temperatures kick into the high 80s. It's water. So it's no wonder that H2O and swim were two of the more popular programs Monday at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Warwick Summer Camp, held at the more
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