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He used to sell live lobsters, a job that gave Dave Schaller a certain distinctive aroma. But that was more than 25 years ago and now it’s not uncommon when customers meet Dave and his wife, Marie, … more
The Warwick Vets and Pilgrim softball teams combined to go 24-8 last season in Division II. So, with four key members of that 14-2 Vets squad now at Pilgrim, the Pats should be extremely competitive this season, although more
Andrew S. Mayer, 48, from Warwick, Rhode Island made his home in Shapleigh, Maine which he loved, passed away Friday, March 31, 2017 at home. He is the son of Henry Mayer and the late Joyce … more
Open letter to Mayor Avedisian: I have been quietly watching the changes in our community and schools for the past 10 years, and find I cannot keep silent anymore. My agenda is simple; I don't have one. My silence however, I fear, is condoning things more
By STEPHEN ALVES On behalf of the Walaska family, thank you to all of you for attending today's celebration of Bill's life. To Marsha, Billy and Christine, Leslie and Rob, Ann Marie and Danny we offer our deepest sympathies and thank you for sharing more
By JOHN HOWELL For the first time in decades, the Warwick Teachers Union targeted City Hall and the mayor to demonstrate their frustration in failing to reach a contract and what they consider the department's waste of money pursuing arbitration and more
By TESSA ROY Third grade teacher Sandra Tavitian was visibly shocked by the visitors she received in her John Brown Francis classroom Wednesday. She shook with surprise as NBC 10 and the Rhode Island Department of Education dropped by to present her with more
By JOHN HOWELL and ISABELLA ZAINYEH As Michael D'Ambra noted Wednesday, there are times in life when you can be in the right place but at the wrong time. That's where D'Ambra was when he came up with a plan to develop more than eight acres on Jefferson more
By TESSA ROY Representative Evan Shanley said he and his father became a little disturbed after his father began seeing more golf-related advertising whenever he was online. He'd been reading a lot about golf lately and figured he was being tracked. In more
By DAWN ANDERSON The road to losing 88 pounds hasn't been easy for Linda Schadler, who was named Queen at the TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) annual State Recognition Day held Saturday at the Radisson Airport Hotel. Her journey with TOPS, a non-profit more
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