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Cyber sabotage That's right, cyber sabotage is all part of the career exploration program offered through a partnership between Comprehensive Community Action Program (CCAP) and the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center this summer. Funded by federal more
Completing the relocation of City Hall Annex offices from the former Greene School on Draper Avenue, Management Information Services (MIS), the Personnel Department and the Office of Community Development have been relocated to the former Randall Holden more
By JOHN HOWELL In a notice posted Friday on the Diocese of Providence website, it was announced that as of this Monday, Father Matthew Glover on his own initiative" resigned as pastor of SS. Rose and Clement Parish "and simultaneously has withdrawn from" more
DUI Just after 1 a.m. on Aug. 8, Officer Derek J. Hagopian responded to the area of the Grid Iron Ale House at 1599 Post Road for a reported hit-and-run accident. The reporting party advised dispatch that his vehicle had been struck by a dark colored more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Committee recently approved a proposal from the School Building Committee that will, eventually, seek nearly $80 million in a second school construction bond first from the Warwick City Council and then, if all goes to more
And then there's hell week The Toll Gate Girls Soccer team started off the season Saturday with a car wash at the dental offices of Dr. Kenneth Rudman in Apponaug. The girls had a steady stream of cars to work on, although there was enough time to let more
By JOHN HOWELL William Quirk is a political realist. So, as a Lincoln Chafee appointee to the Warwick Housing Authority 25 years ago, he figured his days as a housing commissioner were numbered when Joseph Solomon, a Democrat, was elected mayor last more
By JOHN HOWELL Carlo Pisaturo, a former City Council member and recently appointed member of the Warwick Sewer Authority, said last week he intended no disrespect to Native Americans when commenting on repeated delays of Bayside sewers that have been more
By ETHAN HARTLEY You glance up at the clock - seconds mercilessly tick down as you fumble with the combination lock in your trembling hands. You know the code, thanks to the work of your new friend, whom you just met an hour ago, deciphering a cryptic more
Ruthann Dorr Crompton, 59, died Saturday, August 17, 2019. She was the wife of the late Richard Crompton. Born in Providence, a daughter of Helen (Whittum) Dorr and the late George R. Dorr, she … more
Lillian (Grisco) Dunphy, age 94, of Shamrock Drive, Warwick, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on Saturday, August 17, 2019 at Kent Hospital. She was the wife of the late George A. … more
Dennis G. Melander, 86, died Friday, August 16, 2019. He was the beloved husband for almost 60 years of the late Dr. Kathleen M. (Roan) Melander. Born in Tacoma, Washington, Dennis was the eldest … more
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