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Warwick historians Sue Gardner and Jean Beattie May honored

Photo by Roger Gavan From left, Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton, Village of Warwick Historian Jean Beattie May, Town of Warwick Deputy Historian Sue Gardner and Town of Warwick Historian Dr. Richard Hull. WARWICK — Historians Sue Gardner and ...

Chris Waller puts faith in unbeaten filly Bella Galeano to lead charge at Warwick Farm

PREMIER trainer Chris Waller has indicated a preference to start unbeaten Bella Galeano at Warwick Farm on Friday rather than Rosehill Gardens on Saturday. Bella Galeano, impressive winner of her only two starts, is at $1.80 for the Cellabrations Handicap ...

Earthquake tremors felt in Coventry and Warwickshire area

It is believed that Wic refers to Warwick and a report into the seismicity of the British Isles prior to 1600 by the British Geological Society suggests an epicentre somewhere in the Midlands and a magnitude of at least 4 on the Richter scale. September 19 ...

Warwick, Providence take precautions for children who walk to school

Although only 2 to 3 percent of its students walk to school, the Warwick School Department is asking those parents to drive their children to school Thursday and Friday. The School Department publicized its request through automatically-generated phone ...

Suspended jockey Hugh Bowman to ride at Warwick Farm

Hugh Bowman is in the peculiar position of riding after his suspension has started at the rescheduled Warwick Farm meeting on Friday. Bowman was suspended for five meetings on Monday, which started on Thursday, but with Warwick Farm postponed, he has to ...

Warwick’s costs pass £100K as it foots Thomas Docherty’s legal bill

Picking up professor’s tab for defending himself in tribunal adds £66,000 to university’s expenses arising out of suspension The University of Warwick has agreed to pay the £66,000 legal bill incurred by Thomas Docherty, the professor whom it ...

Warwick knocks off Hempfield, throws monkey wrench into Section 1 chase: Where L-L girls' basketball races stand

Warwick and Northern Lebanon earned key victories on Tuesday, bumping a couple of teams down a peg in their respective L-L League girls’ basketball section races. Warwick topped Hempfield 42-35, knocking the Black Knights out of their first-place tie in ...

Hempfield, Warwick split Section One dual in the pool

The home crowd had a lot to cheer for Tuesday night at the Hempfield Rec Center as the Hempfield boys battled their way to a 112-58 triumph over Warwick, winning their second straight Section One title outright, and third in a row. Two years ago, there ...

Family celebrates Warwick woman’s 85th birthday

Ursula Rotondi will never forget her 85th birthday. On a day that included twists and turns – and a tiny disappointment because her favorite restaurant was closed for winter vacation – the Warwick resident had a rather unique surprise in conjunction ...

Warwick runner keeps defying the odds

It’s not that long ago that Simon Perkin was warned he wouldn’t live to see his 50th birthday. But the 49-year-old has sprinted well clear of the grim reaper - and has even launched his own running club for all abilities at Warwick Boat Club.


Two years of community college free for responsible students in WARWIC

The President unveiled a new proposal: Make two years of community college free for responsible students across America.

In our growing global economy, Americans need to have more knowledge and more skills to compete -- by 2020, an estimated 35 percent of job openings will require at least a bachelor's degree, and 30 percent will require some college or an associate's degree. Students should be able to get the knowledge and the skills they need without taking on decades' worth of student debt.

The numbers:

If all 50 states choose to implement the President's new community college proposal, it could:

  • Save a full-time community college student $3,800 in tuition per year on average
  • Benefit roughly 9 million students each year

Under President Obama's new proposal, students would be able to earn the first half of a bachelor's degree, or earn the technical skills needed in the workforce -- all at no cost to them.

The requirements:

  • What students have to do: Students must attend community college at least half-time, maintain a 2.5 GPA, and make steady progress toward completing their program.
  • What community colleges have to do: Community colleges will be expected to offer programs that are either 1) academic programs that fully transfer credits to local public four-year colleges and universities, or 2) occupational training programs with high graduation rates and lead to in-demand degrees and certificates. Community colleges must also adopt promising and evidence-based institutional reforms to improve student outcomes.
  • What the federal government has to do: Federal funding will cover three-quarters of the average cost of community college. Participating states will be expected to contribute the remaining funds necessary to eliminate the tuition for eligible students.

Expanding technical training programs:

President Obama also proposed the new American Technical Training Fund, which will expand innovative, high-quality technical training programs across the country. Specifically, the fund will award programs that:

  • Have strong employer partnerships and include work-based learning opportunities
  • Provide accelerated training
  • Accommodate part-time work

Read the full fact sheet on the President's proposal here.




Do you make resolutions for the new year? Here are some easy ones you can keep that will help get you ready for 2015:

1. Check to see that you have the right insurance card to use when you go to the doctor in 2015. Did you change your health or drug plan during Medicare Open Enrollment? If you did and you haven’t received your new card or welcome packet by January 1st, contact your plan for help. If you need to fill a prescription right away, find out how to fill a prescription without your card.

If you changed from a Medicare Advantage Plan (like an HMO or PPO) back to Original Medicare, use your red, white, and blue Medicare card when you go to the doctor. Get a new card if you lost or damaged yours, or need to update your information.

2. Budget for next year’s Medicare Part B deductible.

Remember, if you have Medicare Part B and you’re in Original Medicare, you’ll have to meet your deductible before your Medicare coverage pays for services and supplies. Next year, the Medicare Part B deductible will be $147, the same as it was in 2014. Plan your health care budget to account for the increased cost of doctor visits for the time that it will take to cover your deductible. Find out more about Medicare costs in 2015.

3.  Schedule appointments to get any preventive tests or screenings.

Medicare covers all sorts of preventive services to keep you healthy and screenings to check for health problems, and many are covered each year at no cost to you. Ask your doctor when you should schedule your wellness visit and other screenings. You can also use MyMedicare.gov to track your visits and make a calendar of preventive services.

Talk to your doctor about these covered preventive services to find out what’s right for your health needs.

4. Make sure your drug or health plan meet your needs.

If not, Medicare has a way for you to get the coverage you want instead of having to wait for the next Open Enrollment. At any time during the year, you can switch to a Medicare Advantage Plan or Medicare Prescription Drug Plan that has a 5-star rating.

Plan ratings are based on member surveys, information from doctors and health care providers, and other sources. The plan ratings are scores that show the quality and performance of the plan, on a scale of 1 to 5 stars, with 5 being the highest rated plans.

You can make this change once per calendar year. Find 5-star health and drug plans in your area.

Remember to check www.medicare.gov for the latest Medicare news and information, and have a happy and healthy new year!


How I can eat a healthy diet?

The body needs minerals, vitamins and other nutrients to stay healthy. A healthy diet means you are eating:

  • Vegetables, fruits, whole grains and non-fat dairy and low-fat
  • Fish, seafood, chicken or turkey, lean meats and low-fat, eggs, beans, peas (peas), seeds and nuts

    Limit your intake of foods rich in:

  • Cholesterol, sodium (salt) and added sugar.
  • Fat trans: fats trans can be found in foods such as cakes (or cakes), cookies, margarine that comes in bars and fried foods.
  • Saturated fats: These fats are in animal products such as cheese, high-fat meats, whole milk and butter.
  • Refined grains: refined grain products include white bread, pasta, white rice and flour tortillas, among others.

    Get a personalized diet plan to help you choose healthy foods

    Having too much cholesterol in the blood can cause heart disease or heart attack. Approximately one in six people in the United States have high cholesterol. You may have high cholesterol and not know it. Good thing its easy to get tested for cholesterol, and if you go too high, you can take steps to control it.

    Who should be tested for cholesterol?

  • Men who are 35 or more
  • Men under 35 who have heart disease or are at risk of suffering from
  • Women who have heart disease or are at risk of suffering from



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