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Celebrating the process Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea, accompanied by Warwick Senator Erin Lynch Prata, congratulated the Cedar Hill School riders of Bus 35 Wednesday morning for participating in the bus campaign for mayor and governor organized by more
By KILEY McALEER Bella Bianco, a senior at the Prout School, is on a mission to collect 2,500 pairs of new or gently used shoes by January 14. No, the Prout School senior isn't out to make the Guinness Book of Records. Rather, the shoes will go towards more
A copy of DC Comics Flash #105 (Feb.-Mar. 1959) in superb condition, with a grade of CBCS 9.0, soared to $20,000 at a Toy & Comic Auction that featured many rare superhero comics, including Flash, Hulk, Spider-Man, Superman, Batman and Robin, held Dec. 1 more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The holidays are a time for giving, and the students that participate in the Winman Middle School's Make a Difference Club understand this very well. For the third straight year, the club has initiated a successful clothing drive to more
SHOPLIFTING On Dec. 1 at approximately 1:19 p.m., Officer Michael Walker responded to a call at Walmart on Bald Hill Road regarding a shoplifter in custody. Upon arrival, Officer Walker spoke with the loss prevention officer, who explained she had seen a more
Fancy cakes MacKenzie Patenaude and Jillian Caruso, students at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center culinary program, put the final touches to the wrapping of eggnog coffee cakes they and their colleagues made to fill Christmas orders. They more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Most, if not every one of us, have found themselves in the hospital for one reason or another throughout the years. Hopefully, the stay was short - less than a day in most cases. However, others require extended stays and, in these more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Most elementary-aged boys wish for toys, video games or sports memorabilia when Christmas comes around and letters to Santa go out. However, Liam Ebbitt, a fifth grader at Park Elementary School, wanted something quite different. All he more
By JOHN HOWELL The numbers are staggering. A total of 32,000 wreaths would be needed to place one at the grave of every veteran buried at the Veterans Cemetery in Exeter. That's not going to happen this Saturday, when Wreaths Across America ceremonies more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Mayor Joseph Solomon confirmed on Wednesday afternoon that City Solicitor Peter Ruggiero - who has been in the midst of multiple allegations surrounding contractual provisions involving the Warwick Fire Department - would no longer be more
The Warwick School Committee decided last year that it would no longer force students who were delinquent on lunch payments to eat a SunButter and jelly sandwich. It was considered by some in the … more
Is getting tough on delinquent lunch debts within our public schools being too tough? Is it promoting the practice of shaming students whose families have difficulty paying? Should school lunches even cost money at all - as many leading school systems more
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