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The former Lockwood Junior High School is one example of what Aldrich Junior High School could become, says principal planner Richard Crenca. With the construction of Winman Junior High in the 1970s, Lockwood was closed. It sat empty for more
RIDES ROBBED A Sunset Avenue resident recently found that their cars had been broken into. On November 1 around 8:15 a.m., Officer Russell Brown responded to the residence and spoke with the victim, who stated that both of his vehicles were parked in the more
Five suspicious leaf bag fires were reported throughout the Buttonwoods neighborhood Sunday afternoon through Monday morning. Reports of fires came from Inez Avenue, Metropolitan Drive, Asylum Road and Wethersfield Drive. The fires more
Warwick Police Departments K9, Viking, will be featured on the cover of the Vested Interest in K9 2017 color calendar. The calendar showcases nationwide law enforcement dogs. Sales of the calendar support the purchase of bullet and stab protective vests more
The city has acquired 3.5 acres at Passeonkquis Cove, which will be preserved as open space, Mayor Scott Avedisian announced in a release Monday. Through a $26,000 National Heritage Preservation Commission Local Open Space Conservation and Acquisition more
Julie A. Morris, 65, died Monday, October 31, 2016. She was the beloved wife of Albert G. Morris. She was the daughter of the late John “Jack” and Julie (Dixon) Flanagan. Julie had grown up … more
The Church of the Annunciation has a time-honored tradition that will be celebrated in several forms this weekend at 175 Oaklawn Avenue in Cranston. Officially, it's the Holiday Bazaar & Greek Food Fair that began many years ago when more
Bishop Hendricken athletics saw four of its most esteemed athletes sign National Letters of Intent on Wednesday afternoon. Michael Bittner committed to Providence College for the high jump, an event he picked up more
Bringing back the American chestnut The American chestnut, once a dominate hardwood in the eastern woodland from Maine to Florida that was the single most important food source for a variety of wildlife from bears to birds was virtually wiped out by a more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On November 1 around 11 p.m., Officer Steven Moretti was dispatched to Cedar Pond Drive after an anonymous caller reported that a woman who appeared to be intoxicated was outside of her vehicle, which had sustained heavy front more
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