PROVIDENCE, RI — Warwick’s delegation to the state House of Representatives unanimously supported gun control measures that would ban bump stocks and allow courts to restrict gun ownership from people found […]
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PROVIDENCE, RI — A bill sponsored by Warwick Rep. Evan Shanley (D-Dist. 24) that would require the state to issue titles for recreational vehicles has passed both chambers of the […]
With the recent release of the 2017-20 Warwick teachers contract [along with the online posting of the 2015-17 pact warwick-post-commentarythat covered the years without a contract in place], the results […]
WARWICK, RI — Warwick Public Library’s children’s department, located at the Central Branch, 600 Sandy Lane, will relocate to the meeting rooms on the first floor starting Saturday, March 31. […]
A Pawtucket woman charged with DUI after a Warwick Police officer found her running car dangling over a wall on Elmwood Avenue has been given a 30-day license suspension and […]
A bill authorizing the state Department of Motor Vehicles to issue titles for recreational vehicles passed the Rhode Island House last week.
WARWICK, RI — While there’s a chance the results could be different, New England is bracing for more of the same in terms of another potential Nor’easter, expected late Tuesday […]
Update, March 15, 12:40 p.m.: WARWICK, RI — Vinny Paz, 55, pleaded no contest to charges of domestic assault and domestic disorderly conduct at his arraignment this morning at Kent […]
The Pawtucket man arrested in a series of package thefts from local homes has been sentenced for the charges brought by Warwick Police, as well as separate charges from two […]
WARWICK, RI — Democratic mayoral candidate Richard Corrente is starting his second run for office where he left off last time: Trying to manipulate numbers. Just this week, the Warwick […]
WARWICK, RI – Whether you’re hosting this year’s Super Bowl party or visiting as a guest, one key to a great time is having the right drinks. Beer, of course, is […]
It reads like the roster for a fifth-grade classroom: Aiden, Dylan, Grayson, Kalani, Riley, Toby, and Zoey.