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By ETHAN HARTLEY Warwick resident Olivia Hauke turned 16 years old on Monday, but not even the best doctors can say for sure whether or not she'll be here to celebrate any more birthdays. Inside Olivia's DNA is a genetic mutation so rare that only four more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The stage is set for one of the most difficult budget seasons in recent school department history, according to school finance director Anthony Ferrucci. more
DISORDERLY CONDUCT On July 18 at approximately 12:13 p.m. Officer Rose Michel and Detective Darren Parrillo responded to the Metro PCS store on Bald Hill Rd. for the report of a female fleeing the scene after kicking the glass front entry door of the more
By JOHN HOWELL There's nothing that unifies Pawtuxet Village more than the bridge. It's there to bring Warwick and Cranston together in all kinds of situations - in the floods of 2010 when all other bridges over the river including Route 95 were closed; more
CRIME SPREE Warwick Police have identified John Chiellini, 43, whose last known address was in West Warwick, as the suspect responsible for three separate crimes committed between April 6 and 7. According to police reports, on April 6 at 11 p.m. a male more
MINIVAN AND MOTORCYCLE CRASH On May 2 at 6:27 p.m. at the intersection of Warwick and Church Avenues, a minivan traveling south on Warwick Ave was turning left and collided with a motorcycle heading north. According to police reports, the minivan was more
New England Frozen Lemonade/Shields Post 43 is now the only senior American Legion baseball show in town. With Hendricken's Senerchia Post 74 failing to produce a team due to many of its players opting for travel ball, NEFL more
Getting a hand on bullying A blank wall outside the Veterans Memorial Junior High cafeteria has become a canvas for positive student expression aimed at reminding their peers of the importance of being kind, helpful and inclusive to others according to more
By JOHN HOWELL Toll Gate English teacher Kathy Newman didn't have to leave her desk to know exactly how the students bent over their Chromebooks were performing. She looked at her computer and could see which ones were keeping pace with the work. The more
Caps for Jose While summer's recent return surely made these caps out of place, they were welcome last week during Tropical Storm Jose's visit to the Ocean State. Pictured outside police headquarters are Joann Fox and her 8-month-old Jack King, son of more
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