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An unprecedented visual portrayal of our spectacular, distant neighbor, Jupiter, is now available to everyone on Earth with an internet connection, thanks to a talented Warwick graphic designer (and maybe some help from NASA). more
JOSH FAIOLA -- Dog enthusiasts will have a hard time not falling in love with Truman and his story, as he has overcome so much since he was found. Now, Truman the pit bull terrier, labrador mix is looking for a forever home. more
The water dug a hole A city crew was working to relocate a fire hydrant on Post Road in Apponaug as part of the circulator project when a valve on a 30-inch water main blew, sending a geyser that washed out the adjoining parking lot and sending mud and more
This year’s graduating class at Toll Gate High School achieved many things, both inside and outside of the classroom. “I feel strongly that the Class of 2017 has the gifts and tools to move … more
During my first morning tagging horseshoe crabs I was greeted warmly by two volunteers. Upon this encounter I was surprised to hear the volunteers refer to the horseshoe crabs with endearments. The horseshoe crabs were referred to more
By ETHAN HARTLEY K. Joseph Shekarchi (D-House District 23) and Michael McCaffrey (D-Senate District 29) certainly have a lot in common. They both received law degrees from Suffolk University, they're both Warwick-born and bred and they've maintained a more
By JOHN HOWELL How do you fit 60 people into a building designed for more than 800 students and a staff of at least 100? The answer: you give everyone lots of space. That's just what's going to happen as the school administration begins its move this more
By JOHN HOWELL Friends of Warwick Ponds had a meeting on the water Sunday afternoon that transitioned into a party at the lakeside home of Bill and Marybeth DeNuccio. It was a perfect summer day with a southerly breeze, low humidity and plenty of more
TRAIN HEIST Officers Christopher Gillis and Timothy Kenyon were dispatched to Grandpa's Train Depot on Warwick Avenue on July 7 around 2:15 p.m. for a report of a shoplifting. At the scene they met with the owner, who stated that at approximately 2:30 more
By JOHN HOWELL There is no way Richard Crenca will forget his first day as Public Works Director for the Town of North Kingstown. It was the day that Hurricane Bob hit the state in 1991. Nor will Crenca forget the day that he gave his notice to the City more
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