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RI Vetcorps is inviting veterans, their spouses and family to a presentation on veterans' benefits Nov. 15 at 9:30 a.m. at the Kent County YMCA, 900 Centerville Road. Vetcorps will explain all new benefits, such as the Delta Dental plan for the veteran. more
Drowsy driving is impaired driving. What was once called a silent killer now receives more attention as a factor in vehicle crashes than ever before, according to AAA Northeast. This week is Drowsy Driving Prevention Week. The difficulty in detecting more
In all probability, Saturday’s Scouting for Food drive was the last one for Troop 71 Cowesett. It’s not that troop members don’t want to participate. Rather, says Scoutmaster W. John … more
Trees gone, few answers An undisclosed number of trees, none of them larger than four inches in diameter, have been removed from the banks of the Pawtuxet River near the bridge under the direction of the Pawtuxet River Authority. Authority chairman more
ASSAULT On Oct. 29 Officer Brian Murray responded to Warwick Mall food court for the report of an assault that had just occurred. The suspect, identified as Charles Sczuroski, 33, of 30 Howard Ave. in Cranston, was in custody with mall security, who said more
As read by Warwick Neck School 5th grader Reeve Rapson at Veterans Day services held Wednesday at Warwick Light... more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Almost 75 years ago to the day, Staff Sergeant Raymond W. Barnes took off around 8 a.m. as part of a 10-man crew in his designated B-17 Flying Fortress to lead an aerial force of 500 other planes for a bombing run targeting submarines in more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A brand-new school committee majority will take office January, as all three seats up for grabs - including the one held by Terri Medeiros, the lone incumbent running in District 2 - were decided by narrow margins during Tuesday's more
By JOHN HOWELL Warwick is blue. True blue to the core - not even a hint of purple - for the first time since Charles Donovan was mayor in 1992. Backed by a party that didn't become locked in bloodletting primaries, Mayor Joseph Solomon, who was handed more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Even if you don't believe in guardian angels, anyone who has the chance to listen to Michael Montigny's story about his deployment with the United States Marines in Vietnam - where he narrowly escaped death over a dozen times by his more
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