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Parking was at a premium for Monday's Holliman School open house. Some parents even considered leaving their cars at Pilgrim and walking across the playing fields to the elementary school if it hadn't been for an equally busy evening at the high school. more
Bill Blount has a penchant, or better said “a calling,” to take risks. Forty years ago at 23 years old he took his savings and signed personal notes with owners Jim and Ann Bocock and … more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On Sept. 16 at approximately 1:58 a.m. Sergeant Matthew Barlow conducted a traffic stop for a pick-up truck that was speeding on Post Rd. in the area of South Atlantic Ave. The truck was eventually stopped on Colsonian Dr., more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Warwick resident Ethel Ricci has experienced unthinkable loss in her life because of cancer. Her father, brother, brother-in-law and niece all passed away throughout the years because of the disease that will affect one in every two men more
By ETHAN HARTLEY One 10-year-old boy from the panhandle of Florida is taking the country by storm as part of a campaign to thank law enforcement officers for their service through a universally appreciated sweet treat - donuts. Tyler Carach, at the time more
Mott & Chace Sotheby's International Realty recently handled the sale of 625 Love Lane, for $1,150,000 and 455 Narragansett Bay Avenue, for $1,050,000. According to data from the Rhode Island Statewide Multiple Listing Service, these transactions more
By JOHN HOWELL Sixty percent of work on Phase III of Governor Francis sewers is completed, with most of the pipe in the ground and crews now concentrating on stubs for home connections. But the cost to the homeowners, projected at $21,000, remains a more
By JOHN HOWELL Don’t fret if you missed Warwick episodes of “Live PD” or you just are wishing for more of the TV show. In response to an inquiry yesterday, Col. Stephen McCartney said … more
By JOHN HOWELL A daunting lineup was seated in the front of the room. There was RI Health Insurance Commissioner Marie Ganim; Rebecca Boss, Director of the RI Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Development Disabilities & Hospitals; Dr. Nicole Alexander more
By JOHN HOWELL Emo Gordon has been a member for 65 of the 70 years there's been a Greenwood Credit Union. He and his wife June were part of a group that gathered in the institution Thursday morning to commemorate GCU's 70th anniversary. He was also among more
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