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JUST ONE DRINK While traveling north on Warwick Avenue on Oct. 5 around 12:39 a.m., officer Christopher Cote observed a blue Honda driving in front of him that was drifting to the left along the road's white dotted lines. The vehicle then drifted into more
By RYAN CHAMPLIN Citizens Bank teamed up with L.E.A.D. USA, a national team-building organization, for a bike build with the employees at the Warwick Crowne Plaza. Unbeknownst to the employees, the high-quality Raleigh bicycles were then presented as a more
By JOHN HOWELL Dr. Paul Koch recalled the paucity of patients after opening the city's first Koch Eye Associates office in July of 1981. Paul, his sister, Dr. Dorothy Patty" and brother Peter didn't have a single appointment one afternoon. The place was" more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- There is no shortage of fall goodies to be found in the Ocean State. Here's a few places you should check out. more
On Saturday, Oct. 7, at 6:17 p.m. the Warwick Police Department responded to the area of 61 Airport Road for a crash involving a motorcycle and a car. Warwick Fire Department transported the motorcyclist to Rhode Island Hospital for treatment. The more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The following is the first part of a series on the opioid addiction epidemic, highlighting an 18-year-old Warwick resident who overdosed on fentanyl in February. Sherri Flaherty didn't know when it would happen or how she knew, but her more
SUSPENDED LICENSES On September 22 at approximately 12:12 p.m., Officer Matthew Higgins was on a Click It or Ticket detail in the area of Bald Hill Road and East Avenue. There he observed a driver not wearing his seat belt, and initiated a traffic stop. more
By JOHN HOWELL Superintendent Philip Thornton watched the sick notices trickle in most of the day Thursday and into the early morning hours Friday. He alerted parents and school personnel that, if the trend continued, school may be closed. By 5:45 a.m., more
By JOHN HOWELL Ask some of the tenants in the newly completed Brentwood by the Bay Assisted Living on Post Road in Cowesett what they like best about the facility and, without exception, they'll say the people. Next comes the amenities and the view. I'm" more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Sometimes when you brace for the worst, that's what you end up getting. That's what happened for Caroline Caprio of Warwick back in July 2013 when an MRI revealed a golf ball-sized brain tumor on the left side of her head. The more
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