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STOLEN LAPTOP On July 16 at approximately 4:34 p.m., Officer Charles Austin was dispatched to 80 Kilvert St. for a report of a larceny from a vehicle. At the scene he spoke with the reporting party, who stated that he works at the Green Waste Water more
By JOHN HOWELL The story is the message and the Alzheimer's Association, Rhode Island Chapter was looking for stories as it launched a series of 21 meetings across the state Monday in an effort to underscore the effects of a disease that has no cure and, more
You never know what could happen Friday nights at the Warwick Center for the Arts. That is precisely what Daniel Lee White loves about the improv troupe he founded nearly ten years ago. Bring Your … more
By PEDER SCHAEFER On Tuesday Congress extended the National Flood Insurance program for another four months, avoiding a lapse in insurance for millions of Americans during hurricane season, but also kicking the can down the road on a fiscally struggling more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On July 21 at approximately 2:29 a.m. Officers Alfred Silveira and Jeffrey Taranto were called to the intersection of Greenwich and Vancouver Avenues due to reports of an erratic driver who had struck a car on the highway and more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The architects behind this year's National Night Out, a countrywide police event that's fully free to members of the public, want Warwick's version of the event at Oakland Beach next Tuesday night to provide a new way of interacting more
Harrison Tuttle is going to be a sportscaster. He’s just going about it a different way then he initially expected.  “Life doesn’t always go the way you planned, and that’s okay,” he … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Residents are once more urged to make sure that they lock their car doors and to not leave any valuables inside their vehicles, as a group of teenagers or young adults have once again been reported roving through various parts of Warwick more
By JOHN HOWELL While for the time being the name won't change, T.F. Green Airport continues to show dramatic growth in passenger traffic as more airlines, more destinations and low fares make it an airport of choice. It's great news. It's an unqualified" more
Text and photos By JOHN HOWELL The name alone might have people wondering why Summer Stage at Bishop Hendricken chose Urinetown: the Musical as its summer production that opens tonight at the school's Dr. Daniel S. Harrop Theater with performances Friday more
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