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Mayor Scott Avedisian will join Fire Chief James McLaughlin, Assistant Chief James Kenney, Deputy Chief Thomas Maymon Jr., Captain Paul J. Letourneau Jr., the Board of Public Safety and members of the Warwick Fire Department to celebrate the graduation more
Richard J. Capuano, 31, of Warwick died Tuesday, November 15, 2016 at home. Born in Providence, Richard was the beloved son of Richard B. and Joann Marie (Oliveira) Capuano of Warwick. Richard … more
By TESSA ROY After requesting the Department of Education conduct an investigation of the city's special education program, Councilman Ed Ladouceur said he's been granted a Dec. 22 meeting with Superintendent Philip Thornton, RIDE, and other more
To the Editor: In an attempt to undermine progress in our beloved city, Eugene Nadeau's recent attack on distinguished Councilman Ed Ladouceur has instead demonstrated how out of touch he is with the pulse of our city. You know what is pale and cruel, more
For Debbie Thornton Sunday, Nov. 13 was the “most devastating day” of her life. Yet, in another way it was the best day and, in a respect she never dreamed possible, it has renewed her faith in … more
SHOPLIFTING On November 7 around 8 p.m., Officers Eric Lima and Walter Larson were dispatched to the Bald Hill Road Walmart for a report of three women shoplifting. Upon arriving on scene, the officers observed three women exiting the store who more
A veteran's account Frank Fielding, a World War II veteran who was recalled for the Korean Conflict, spoke to kindergarten and first grade students at St. Kevin School on Nov. 10 about his service, his duties in the Navy, and how he advanced in rank. more
On Monday evening, Richard Denningham stood on the platform of a ladder overlooking the stage of the Pilgrim High School auditorium. He surveyed lighting, sets and gave instructions to the students with him. This was the first dress more
Kenneth Smith, a retired Navy veteran, loved those in the military who served this country. He was the perfect man for the volunteer job of helping start and run the lounge for members of the military, veterans and their families at T.F. more
A new chapter has opened with the election of four new members to the nine-member Warwick City Council. There hasn't been as many fresh faces at one time on the legislative branch of city government in decades nor, for that matter, as many lawyers. With more
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