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By JOHN HOWELL Ward 7 Councilman Steve McAllister is accustomed to taking calls from his constituents, knowing where they live in the ward and what's needed to address their problem or concern. In recent weeks, however, McAllister has been answering more
To increase the completion rate of critical college financial aid forms during a senior year interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Rhode Island Student Loan Authority (RISLA) has launched a comprehensive outreach campaign aimed at getting more more
Drive in giving Schools and the Pilgrim Senior Center are providing facilities for those needing food in these times with drive up pickups. Now Lincoln Smith of Lakewood Baptist Church has put a twist on the pickup with a drive-in drop-off. This more
By PEDER S. SCHAEFER Mayor Joe Solomon presented a budget to the City Council Tuesday night that sought to do "e;more with less"e; by laying off city employees and cutting department budgets rather than raising property taxes for local residents. Members of more
By JOHN HOWELL Lara D'Antuono is excited about the "e;new model"e; of childcare that will debut June 1 with the reopening of the Warwick Boys & Girls Clubs. Because of restrictions designed to prevent the transmission of COVID-19, clubhouses in Oakland more
ATTEMPTED LARCENY Shortly after 10:30 p.m. on May 14, Officers Michael Bailey and Ryan Shibley responded to the Elmore Street area for a report of an attempted larceny of a boat motor. Dispatch advised that according to the reporting party, two older men more
By JOHN HOWELL With state unemployment at a record level - 17 percent, the Department of Labor and Training reported last Thursday - it would seem logical that staffing agencies would have a backlog of people looking for employment. But things are upside more
By TRISH MEEGAN Earlier this month a strong display of family and friends with strong ties to the Warwick community was demonstrated in a glorious surprise birthday parade. People gathered in Portsmouth from all corners of Rhode Island to celebrate more
By JOHN HOWELL There are going to be summer camps, but at this point the experience will be a far cry from the camps traditionally run by the Warwick Boys & Girls Clubs and the Kent County YMCA. Based on the outline provided last Thursday as part of the more
 Longtime Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick board of governors’ member Thomas O. Sweeney is the recipient of the Boys & Girls Club of America 2020 Roy McBean Memorial State Alliance Board … more
Memorial Day observance Members of Boy Scout Troops 7 and 77 Buttonwoods placed a wreath on the grave of Private Thomas C Matteson who fought in the Civil War in a ceremony held on Memorial Day. Pictured from left are: Angus Nathan (Troop 7), Claire more
In response to those becoming restless about the resumption of youth sports, she promised that youth sports will return this summer — although they will likely be different than what participants are accustomed to. more
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