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By JOHN HOWELL Candace Caluori laughs when she thinks about it. The more than 70 cameras throughout Toll Gate High School have done more than provide a measure of security. Kids will tell her they didn't have an argument with another student that more
DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE On April 5 at approximately 7:25 p.m. Officer Derek Mourato saw a Mazda driving on Centerville Road in which the driver did not have a seat belt on. After checking the registration number, Mourato found that it was expired more
By ETHAN HARTLEY It's a show unlike any other around here, and it's all to raise money to benefit kids in need of caring mentors - so it's no wonder everyone beams when talking about Mentor RI's annual Dancing with the Stars event. It's just about" more
By JOHN HOWELL In response to neighborhood outrage, the Warwick Sewer Authority has abandoned its planned use of city land that was apparently cleared of trees without WSA approval as a staging area for equipment and supplies for Phase 3 of the Governor more
LARCENY On April 3 a victim reported stolen license plates off of a work vehicle at JML Courier Services on Dewey Avenue. The reporting party said that two plates, valued at $20, were last seen on the vehicle the day before while in a lot across the more
By ETHAN HARTLEY And on the inside of the Pawtuxet Armory Hall, the fish house punch flowed. Meanwhile, out on Remington Road, a cold wind did blow on shivering attendees with a mid-April snow. Not even a mid-April spike of freezing weather with more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Warwick schools will no longer budget for a communications consultant as of the newest recommended budget put forth for FY19 by Superintendent Philip Thornton, finance director Anthony Ferrucci reported last Thursday during a budget more
People are sure to huff and puff about more delays to the toll gantries that were supposed to start tolling truckers this past March in order to make money to help pay for a large amount of road renovation and infrastructure repairs this summer. Although more
By ETHAN HARTLEY For the first time in five years, the Toll Gate Mock Trial team is headed to the national competition, this year held in Reno, Nev., from May 9 to May 13. The Toll Gate team reached the highest competition in the country after sweeping more
By JOHN HOWELL -- At least 40 trees, many believed to be 100 years old or older are gone, exposing what was once a secluded neighborhood and raising questions as to how this could happen. more
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