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By TESSA ROY A local high school is ready to give back to those who've served. Bishop Hendricken is hosting a Veteran's Day pancake breakfast where veterans and military can eat for free. The breakfast is the idea of teacher Billy Johnston. He has more
By JOHN HOWELL A no-confidence campaign in Superintendent Philip Thornton has gained the support of more than 300 people, says its organizer, Jennifer St. Jean. The mother of three - two of whom are in Warwick schools - said Tuesday she launched the more
To the Editor: On May 3, 2016, my adult daughter, who is developmentally delayed, was dumped" at the Newport Hospital Emergency Room by the very agency that was receiving payment to take care of her. She was left there with none of her property and told" more
In an effort to promote a safer home and a cleaner state, Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (RIRRC), in collaboration with the City of Warwick Department of Public Works, is encouraging Rhode Island residents to safely dispose of their lingering more
When Raymond Sevigny of Harmony Court left the Board of Assessment Review Thursday night, he was smiling. That wasn't his disposition earlier in the evening as he sat tensely waiting for his assessment appeal to be called, drumming his more
Station open house Warwick Fire Chief James McLaughlin continued his initiative of monthly station open houses with an open house at Station 2 on Post Road opposite Walmart on Saturday. The event had a Halloween theme as firefighters handed out goodie more
Carol Barry, director of the Westbay Community Action meal site at Shalom Apartments, likes to make eating a happy experience. While the meals at various sites are the same and provided by Encore … more
To the Editor: To paraphrase Charles Dickens, “This is the best of times and the worst of times” for Warwick Public Schools. Dedicated teachers and support staff, coupled with eager students … more
Nothing like a little rain to go along with ending a championship drought. It was a fitting backdrop Sunday evening for Pilgrim field hockey, which had not captured a state title since 1981 under the tutelage of more
Warwick Neck had a monster mash-up on Saturday the likes of which hasn't been seen since the days when the Rocky Point amusement park was open. Throngs of people descended upon Rocky Point Avenue for the third annual Pumpkin Walk held more
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