WARWICK, RI — The next step in the Warwick School Department’s school consolidation plan — moving the sixth graders into Warwick Veterans Jr. High and Winman Jr. High, converting them […]
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WARWICK, R.I. — Warwick Police were diverting traffic around a crash on Warwick Neck Avenue near Warwick Cove Sunday at about 2:30 p.m. that sent three to the hospital.
Warwick firefighters responded to a fire at 551 Oakland Beach Ave. just after noon Sunday, safely evacuating a woman and child from the house before fire gutted the structure.
WARWICK, RI – Ocean State Theatre Company’s production of “Doubt: A Parable,” rings familiar for members of the Catholic church, and those following its recent scandals vicariously, but the setting is the […]
High School students from Bishop Hendricken, Toll Gate and Piligrim High Schools leveled questions at Warwick’s two mayoral candidates Friday night in Council Chambers at City Hall, touching on topics […]
WARWICK, RI — Dozens of teachers, parents and taxpayers picketed in front of the Warwick Schools Administration Building on Warwick Avenue Monday, calling for a teachers contract and changes in […]
The Warwick Police SWAT team has finished in the top 10 the last eight years they’ve competed in the annual Connecticut SWAT Challenge (CSC 2016), but their latest competition Aug. […]
Holding signs that read “Class size matters” and “Dr. Phil – Stop Wasting Tax Payer Money,” and “Contract Now,” the auditorium of Toll Gate High School was nearly full for […]
It was standing room only at the Warwick Public Library on Wednesday, Aug. 17, as members of the Warwick Historical Cemeteries Commission reported on its progress and gave an overview […]
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick provided youths relief from the week’s extreme heat Tuesday in the organization’s air-conditioned Oakland Beach facility, where there’s also respite from hunger and […]
Mayor Scott Avedisian helped serve lunches at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick Tuesday inside the organization’s air-conditioned facility on Oakland Beach Avenue, where camp activities were moved due […]
One unintended consequence of the recent state-wide tourism debacle was to shed a spotlight on a local annual celebration known to almost all natives of Rhode Island: the annual Gaspee […]