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Beasties never forget The Beasties all had words for Barbara Morrocco, who taught for 17 years at Warwick Neck School. They said she had heart, dedication, loved children, was passionate and caring. Barbara died after a 12-year battle with ovarian cancer more
New England Frozen Lemonade/Shields Post 43 is now the only senior American Legion baseball show in town. With Hendricken's Senerchia Post 74 failing to produce a team due to many of its players opting for travel ball, NEFL more
Carol (Moulton) Isacco, 69, of Coventry, died Saturday at Kent Hospital. She was the wife of Thomas J. Isacco. Born in Providence, a daughter of the late Richard M. Moulton and Hattie (Edwards) … more
After retiring from a 32-year career with the United States Air Force Reserves, Senior Master Sergeant and Oakland Beach resident Mary Kinsey was looking for fun ways to stay active. During an … more
An A+ boost Steve Russo, the manager of Stop & Shop in Meadowbrook, recently visited Warwick Neck School, where he presented the school with an A+ check for $1,260. Since there are always budget cutbacks, the funds will come in handy for the purchase of more
On the lines again Although Mayor Scott Avedisian has joined talks and mediation sessions on a teacher contract are ongoing, the Warwick Teachers Union held another informational picket Wednesday in front of City Hall. Asked whether the action was aimed more
If a house can communicate the personality of its owner, artist and graphic designer Patricia Almonte's home in the Hoxsie neighborhood of Warwick does just that. Big, comfy couches line the living room, an art studio is located right off the kitchen and more
Helmets and a dab When Gov. Gina Raimondo recently asked Senator Michael McCaffrey what he had been up to and learned as part of a bicycle safety program run by the Rhode Island Association of Justice he handed out free bicycle helmets to Hoxsie School more
Off to a stellar start The Warwick Veterans Memorial Middle School Choir, a group of 50 seventh and eighth graders performed on June 2 at the Great East Festival. The adjudicated scores of 90 by both judges marked the fantastic start of the newly formed more
By JOHN HOWELL The word is out that there will be some form of car tax relief this year just as Speaker of the House Nicholas Mattiello promised in the closing weeks of his campaign for re-election last fall. Both Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian and more
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