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By STEPHEN ALVES On behalf of the Walaska family, thank you to all of you for attending today's celebration of Bill's life. To Marsha, Billy and Christine, Leslie and Rob, Ann Marie and Danny we offer our deepest sympathies and thank you for sharing more
By JOHN HOWELL For the first time in decades, the Warwick Teachers Union targeted City Hall and the mayor to demonstrate their frustration in failing to reach a contract and what they consider the department's waste of money pursuing arbitration and more
By TESSA ROY Third grade teacher Sandra Tavitian was visibly shocked by the visitors she received in her John Brown Francis classroom Wednesday. She shook with surprise as NBC 10 and the Rhode Island Department of Education dropped by to present her with more
By JOHN HOWELL and ISABELLA ZAINYEH As Michael D'Ambra noted Wednesday, there are times in life when you can be in the right place but at the wrong time. That's where D'Ambra was when he came up with a plan to develop more than eight acres on Jefferson more
By TESSA ROY Representative Evan Shanley said he and his father became a little disturbed after his father began seeing more golf-related advertising whenever he was online. He'd been reading a lot about golf lately and figured he was being tracked. In more
By DAWN ANDERSON The road to losing 88 pounds hasn't been easy for Linda Schadler, who was named Queen at the TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) annual State Recognition Day held Saturday at the Radisson Airport Hotel. Her journey with TOPS, a non-profit more
DUMPSTER FIRE Officer Jacob Elderkin was dispatched to the Warwick Avenue Big Lots on March 8 around 10 p.m. for a report of a fire that had been set in their dumpster the previous evening. At the scene the officer spoke with the store's manager, who more
By JOHN HOWELL Most groundbreaking events are ceremonial affairs where officials talk about the work to be done. There was the talk, but as officials took the podium, workers were tearing off the siding of Greenwood Terrace that has 53 apartments. more
By JOHN HOWELL Chief of staff David Picozzi is outraged; Mayor Scott Avedisian demands a correction and Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladsouceur, who caused the uproar when he charged the administration of ignoring the long-term impact of retiree health costs, more
Field addition Conditions were ideal Sunday for members of the Continental Little League to erect the posts for a batting cage. The posts were set in quick set concrete once they had been leveled and positioned true. Tony Napolitano checks a level while more
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