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By JOHN HOWELL Bill White remembered instantly. He had written a loan to Robert Taylor in 1982 from Warwick Credit Union (later Ocean State Credit Union) with a single branch at the corner of Warwick and Church Avenues. White grew up on Church Avenue not more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Two Irish companies are gearing up to conduct their first business in the United States, with Warwick as their entry point to the country, following the mayor's trade mission to Ireland in September. more
ROBBERY On March 18 at 2:49 a.m. the Warwick Police Department responded to the Sunoco Gas Station located at 2003 Post Road for the report of a robbery at that location. According to a department press release, it was reported that a female subject had more
Willene Colvin can tell you why, with the help of volunteers, she drives a Winnebago carrying as many as 40 dogs from Augusta, Ga. to PetCo on Route 2 in Warwick once a month. ‚ÄúThis is my … more
By JOHN HOWELL Two Correntes, no relation to one another, are facing off in the first skirmish of the 2018 race for mayor. Anthony Corrente, chair of the Warwick Republican City Committee, has charged Democratic candidate for Mayor Richard Corrente with" more
Bargain books The Friends of the Warwick Public Library had a busy weekend with their book sale that is expected to raise more than $8,000 when everything is counted up. All proceeds go to the library. The whole idea is to promote library programs.all" more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Former principal of Cedar Hill Elementary School, Dr. Colleen Mercurio, was given a one-year filing Wednesday morning at the Kent County District Courthouse and is no longer employed by Warwick Public Schools. more
By JOHN HOWELL In an interview while visiting the Warwick Emergency Operations Center during Tuesday's storm, Gov. Gina Raimondo applauded talks between Lifespan and Care New England but had reservations over whether Partners HealthCare of Boston should more
By JOHN HOWELL Rick Crenca looked out his window. It was Monday night and forecasters were calling for the snow to start flying at 1 a.m. Tuesday morning. It was starting to rain, but there was no white stuff. He thought he ought to get some sleep, but more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Secondary students around the state participated in a national demonstration that intended to raise awareness and, in some cases, spread a political message about gun violence in schools. The movement, organized by the national Women's more
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