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CITY OF WARWICK Midnight To 5:00 A.M. License   Application for a Midnight to 5:00 A.M. and In accordance with the City Ordinance, Section 10-3 as amended, has been received at this … more
CITY OF WARWICK ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE NOTICE TRANSFER OF LICENSE   APPLICATION FOR A TRANSFER OF A RETAILER’S BEVERAGE LICENSE CLASS BV TO KEEP AND SELL INTOXICATING BEVERAGES … more
CITY OF WARWICK ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE NOTICE (NEW)   LICENSE APPLICATION FOR A RETAILER’S BEVERAGE LICENSE CLASS BV TO KEEP AND SELL INTOXICATING BEVERAGES UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF … more
CITY OF WARWICK ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE NOTICE TRANSFER OF LICENSE   APPLICATION FOR A TRANSFER OF A RETAILER’S BEVERAGE LICENSE CLASS BL TO KEEP AND SELL INTOXICATING BEVERAGES … more
LEGAL NOTICE CITY OF WARWICK ORDINANCE NO. O-20-4   APPROVED                   JOSEPH J. … more
Restaurant Review By DON FOWLER My brother-in-law wanted prime rib. My son-in-law said that the best prime rib in the state is at the Cornerstone Pub in Exeter.but they only serve it on Saturday night. So, off six of us go down Route 3, past the famous more
By DON FOWLER Binghamton native Jeff Brooks was back in his home town last week playing the key role of Sonny in Chazz Palminteri's true life story, "e;A Bronx Tale."e; "e;I grew up 20 minutes from the theatre,"e; he said. "e;It was great coming back and more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER John Pielmeier's tale of a young nun suspected of murdering her newborn baby is given a riveting performance by a trio of very fine actresses at Kevin Broccoli's Epic Theatre. Lynne Collinson, an experienced actor/director, more
By KELLY SULLIVAN Between 1880 and 1895, William Mullen had been committed to the State Workhouse in Cranston on no less than 20 occasions. A confirmed alcoholic, Mullen suffered physically and mentally from the effects of his disease, regularly besieged more
Everyday life seems to have changed in many ways. It has been said that foods are saltier today than years ago because manufacturers use excess salt to preserve food and to increase the flavor. I am not buying it (that is, not believing it). I am a salt more
Spring is less than six weeks away. The thought of warm days, flowers blooming and birds chirping is exciting to most. What some people dread about the warm weather is the thought of not having sweaters, pants and hoodies to hide behind. Now is a great more
  If laughter is the best medicine, Louise Cadieux knows how to administer just the right amount. Cadieux, who works as an activities assistant at Cherry Hill Manor in Johnston, said humor … more
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