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By JOHN HOWELL Time doesn't stand still, but it looks like the State Senate will turn back the clock to the closing hours of the session on June 30 this Thursday and pass the House version of the $9.2 billion budget that has delayed the issuance of car more
Lucio “Lou” T. Montella, Jr., (Warwick Police Department, Ret.), 85, passed away December 14, 2016 at North Brook Rehabilitation Facility, Brookville, Florida with his beloved wife by his side. … more
The Warwick North softball program just continues to become more and more of a powerhouse, not only throughout the state and region, but throughout the entire country. Just a day before the Warwick North Junior League more
For the second straight summer, the Warwick North Junior League softball all-stars are in the World Series. The team rolled through district, state and, most recently, East Regional play to earn a trip to Kirkland, more
By JACQUELYN MOOREHEAD Warwick Police and firefighters will be at the Oakland Beach Commons tonight as they take part in the 33rd Annual National Night Out community event focused on raising awareness and mutual respect between the youth and law more
By ETHAN HARTLEY With increased international flights arriving at T.F. Green, the United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has stepped up its efforts to ensure that no dangerous person or material passes into the state and, by extension, the more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Committee approved more than $500,000 in budgeted and emergency awards during a special meeting on Thursday, July 27 at Pilgrim High School. The committee voted in support of funding three emergency requests, including more
By ETHAN HARTLEY In a sudden announcement, President Trump stated on Twitter last Wednesday morning that transgendered individuals would no longer be allowed to serve in any capacity" in the United States military. In the hours and days that have" more
By JOHN HOWELL In 1954, at the age of 14, Warren Marble was in no mood to leave Vermont. He had friends and what really made it special was he could drive. At the time, Vermont residents could get their license at 14. But his father, Lloyd, had been more
By JOHN HOWELL On land they're a friendly bunch of young people. Many, like Quinn Keenan, have traveled from distant places to be in Rhode Island. But put them in a boat on the bay and these devoted sailors are out to see their team win. Keenan is from more
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