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Campaigning down to the wire

By JOHN HOWELL With their campaigns coming down to today's vote, candidates for mayor spent the weekend making final adjustments to cover the polls and attending events such as the Pilgrim football game that was played Sunday and Saturday's candidates

Schools to report unexpected surplus

By ETHAN HARTLEY Over the summer, the Warwick School Department projected a deficit for the first time in Anthony Ferrucci's seven-year tenure as finance director. However, documents sent ahead of a special school committee meeting to be held this
Honoring our vets

City hosts numerous tributes

Schools and organizations throughout Warwick will pay homage to our nation's veterans with programs and ceremonies this week and next honoring those who have served and still serve. Veterans' Day, which is Sunday, Nov. 11, is being observed on Monday,
Honoring our vets

Pancakes for all veterans

By JOHN HOWELL Bill Johnston has a recipe for pancakes, and he's using it to thank veterans for what they have done for this country. The Hendricken High School teacher and coach is the force behind the third annual pancake breakfast to held Monday, Nov.

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Pats win 5-1 in quarters

The top-seeded Pilgrim girls soccer team cruised to a big 5-1 win over visiting North Smithfield in the Division II quarterfinals on Saturday afternoon. The two clubs battled to a stalemate in the opening minutes of the first half, but Pilgrim would get

Titans fall in OT in state championship

Hawks run to XC state championship

College Notes: Ramos makes debut in net

Hawks set for state championship clash

Animal talk: pet of the week

Animal Talk Pet of the Week: Mona

Mona's loving owner passed away unexpectedly, and now she needs a new home. She's hoping you could be the one, and she's available in North Scituate today.



THE GIRL IN THE SPIDER'S WEB * * * (Don) * * * (Joyce) (Action adventure) What? Joyce scored an action/adventure movie higher than Don? There's a simple explanation: Joyce is smarter than Don. She figured out the convoluted plot and wasn't as confused


Maidens of Honor




Nov. 25 breakfast to benefit Warwick boy with rare, life-threatening disease

By TOM GREENBERG Banner Sears was diagnosed with one of the most rare syndromes in the world, ROHHAD, which causes rapid-onset obesity. It's a life-threatening disease, and it's so rare that in order to diagnose it, according to his grandmother Nancy

School trash underscores unresolved budget issue

New shop features items handmade by veterans

Solomon issues order to expedite fire plan review process

Therapy dog teams set to respond to emergencies

Police / crime

Police Log

RECKLESS DRIVING On November 12 at approximately 11:35 a.m. Officer Timothy Lipka responded to the area of Jefferson Boulevard and Main Avenue for a report of a hit and run crash. Dispatch had advised that the suspect vehicle was a Honda Accord, and that

Police Log

Police Log

Police Log

Police Log