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Choosing to express their point of view Administrators, faculty and students from religious, private and charter schools rallied at the State House Thursday in support of School Choice. In contrast to many rallies aimed at promoting a cause to more
Loyal following for a good cause Hundreds turned out Sunday afternoon to hear Billy Gilman sing at Balise Toyota in Warwick and then have him personally autograph photographs for the benefit of the Arts Reach Program at Hasbro Children's Hospital. The more
By JOHN HOWELL Ed Ladouceur, a councilman, chairman of the council finance committee and a contractor, remembers the 1998 truck that had 250,000 miles on it and started to show its age. When its spark plugs started coming out, he had the engine head more
By JOHN HOWELL Following a statewide trend, Warwick single-family home sales, totaling 1,303, led the state for 2016 according to a report released Wednesday by the Rhode Island Association of Realtors. Single-family home sales in the city were more than more
By TESSA ROY Warwick's parochial schools are gearing up for Catholic School Week with open houses starting this Sunday to showcase their services to the community. St. Kevin at 39 Cathedral Road will hold its open house from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. Kevin more
By JOHN HOWELL While it wasn't prominent until earlier this year, this flu season is on a par with prior years with 135 cases and three flu-related deaths being reported by the state Department of Health as of Tuesday. Department spokesman Joseph more
By TESSA ROY Two of Rhode Island's behavioral health organizations, The Kent Center of Warwick and Riverwood Mental Health Services of Warren, publicly announced this week that they have entered into merger discussions. Boards of both organizations will more
By TESSA ROY Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin announced Wednesday that a charge pending against Elaine Yates, a former Warwick woman who pleaded not guilty to abducting her two daughters 31 years ago, was dismissed. After reviewing all of" more
By TESSA ROY Women aren't as plentiful in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields as men, but The Rhode Island Mentoring Partnership wants to help change that. On Thursday, the organization, along with Governor Gina Raimondo and more
A lasting memorial Construction of the Station Fire Memorial at the West Warwick site of the Feb. 20, 2003 fire where 100 people lost their lives has continued despite winter conditions in expectation of completion and a dedication this spring. The $2 more
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