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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
The Dirty Paws Beast-Ro & Lounge, 859 West Shore Road, will hold a grand opening Sunday, November 20 at 4 p.m. NBC 10's Mario Hilario will emcee the opening. The lounge, which is part of Dynamic Dog Training, is a specialty room where pet owners can more
By JOHN HOWELL You would expect that people in the travel business would know how to get to work.and they do. But the salon that shares the building with Global Excellence in Apponaug doesn't want their customers to travel to Timbuktu to get a perm. more
Bishop Hendricken is the only Warwick team in the postseason this year as its bid for a seventh consecutive Super Bowl title continues. The Hawks mangled Barrington, 41-0, in their playoff opener on Friday night, removing most of their starters before more
The phone rings and rings. When finally it clicks to leave a voice recording, the introduction is simply one word, “Joe.” That name, already familiar to those who know the State House, … more
By TESSA ROY Vanessa Rooney got a pleasant surprise on Wednesday morning. The Cedar Hill 5th and 6th grade special education teacher was awarded a Golden Apple from the Commissioner of Education and NBC 10. Golden Apples are given by RIDE, Hasbro and NBC more
In front of family, friends and coaches on Tuesday afternoon, Toll Gate senior Casey Gannon inked a National Letter of Intent to continue her track and academic career at Stonehill College in Easton, Massachusetts, next more
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