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By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The second part of a series on the opioid epidemic, which delves into the psychology behind addiction and today's cultural environment that cultivates it. more
Treats in the rain It was too wet for many of the classic cars to show up for the Warwick Lions Club trunk and treat" event Saturday at the Oakland Beach Commons. The plan was to have treats dispersed from the trunks of the cars that frequent the cruise" more
Marguerite E. “Rita” McKeever, 99, of Warwick died Sunday, October 15, 2017 at Kent Regency. She was the beloved wife of the late Thomas A. McKeever. Born in Providence, she was a daughter of … more
On Thursday, October 12 at 10:30 p.m., Warwick Police received a call of a suspicious male walking in the area of Major Potter Road and Quaker Lane carrying a handgun and a taser. Based on the description given, officers located the subject on Tell More more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The concept, on its surface, often creates a reactionary spasm of disapproval in the community and online. Warwick Public School teachers get 90 sick days every year, as outlined in Section IX of the last iteration of their collective more
By MICHAEL HUBER At 24 years old, Allie Marshall, who graduated from Pilgrim and went on to earn a degree at URI, has had roles in 44 films, TV shows and syndicated features. And that's just the beginning. Marshall was home last week, devoting more than more
By THOMAS GREENBERG In a historic policy change, the Boy Scouts of America will now open its door to girls. Both boys and girls can earn the rank of Eagle Scout that has become so well known over time. Pam Hyland, CEO of Girl Scouts of Southern New more
With the recent retirement of City Clerk Judy Wild, Mayor Scott Avedisian will submit the name of Lyn Pagliarini, the current deputy clerk, for City Council advice and approval to fill that position. He also announced last week that he would submit the more
I'VE HEARD THIS BEFORE On Oct. 6 around 7:53 p.m., Officers Tyler Stone and Matthew Higgins responded to a motor vehicle accident at 2003 Post Road. When Officer Higgins arrived on the scene, Officer Stone had already spoken to the operator of the victim more
By MICHAEL HUBER In the Memory Care Center at Cornerstone Adult Services, workers from Cornerstone and the Westbay Community Action Program were eager and excited Monday about a new community outreach program for homebound seniors. Birthday Bags" is a" more
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