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New round of aerial mosquito spraying planned

State officials said the second round of spraying is tentatively planned for the night of Monday, Sept. 23, depending on weather.

Conimicut Village to get $133K facelift

Frequenters of Conimicut should have reason to rejoice, as a long-awaited plan to improve areas of the village center were approved by the Warwick City Council during their Monday night …

Finally, a future for former Rhodes School

With master plan approval granted for a development featuring 30 single-family homes, the future of the Christopher Rhodes School – which closed in 2011 – has moved closer to fruition. Ward 2 …

Planners urge ‘blue sky’ thinking on future of state’s transit system

The Rhode Island Transit Authority has embarked on something it has never attempted – creation of a master plan that considers various modes of transportation and service to meet local community …

Vets student gives Hasbro Hospital a big shoutout

After coming down with severe headaches and other symptoms Kaitlyn Limoges, an 11-year-old sixth grader at Warwick Veterans Middle School, was diagnosed with a rare immunological disorder called Mast …

City headed towards a fiscal cliff?

New actuarial reports analyzing the city of Warwick’s liabilities for active and retired employee healthcare and the city’s four pension plans have split officials and financial watchdogs into …

NK's Green Development moving HQ to Chapel View

By DANIEL KITTREDGE Green Development, the company behind a range of wind and solar energy projects across the state - including the wind turbines near the Central Landfill in Johnston - is moving its headquarters to Chapel View. According to a Tuesday

Off the wall

By DANIEL KITTREDGE Bob Ratigan, a professional artist and muralist, has completed a broad range of projects during his career. His latest endeavor, at the EGAPL Heart of RI Animal Rescue League's building at 44 Worthington Road in Cranston, may be the

GOP faces 'vacuum' of candidates

By ETHAN HARTLEY With another election season set to kick into gear, the question has already begun to swirl regarding who may jump into the race and declare their candidacy for various elected positions in Warwick. Primarily, one may wonder if there

They 'love' Dave's, but not neighborhood traffic

By JOHN HOWELL Spring Grove residents are excited about the former Benny's at Wildes Corner becoming a Dave's Marketplace, but they don't want the traffic they believe a neighborhood access road would bring. And Carpionato Group, that owns the 26.5-acre
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Care New England Medical Group’s pulmonary care division has expanded its clinical services with the addition of three physicians, all members of the Brigham and Women’s Pulmonary Associates at …
The Warwick Financial Crisis Committee will meet at the Warwick Public Library on Sandy Lane on Monday, September 23 at 6 p.m. The committee will release documents of the city’s five-year …
The J. Arthur Trudeau Memorial Center’s 55th Anniversary breakfast, sponsored by Mutual of America was held on September 6 at the Imperial Room in Cranston to a sell-out crowd. The program …
Care New England has opened a new outpatient primary care practice for older adults at 215 Toll Gate Road, Suite 104, Warwick. To better enhance the care for older adult patients, this new …
Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) will host his next “Lunch with Langevin” event on Saturday, September 21, from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Lucky’s Bar and Pizza in Foster. Since 2014, Langevin …
Lifestyles

LINDA RONSTADT: THE SOUND OF MY VOICE

LINDA RONSTADT: THE SOUND OF MY VOICE * * * * * (Classic performance footage) If you were a Linda Ronstadt fan, as I was back in the '70s, you don't want to miss this great documentary/biopic that is packed with performance footage that follows her

Trattoria Romana raises the bar in Johnston

'A Doll's House': brilliant play, brilliant cast at Gamm

Epic presents Ann Deavere Smith's 'Fires in the Mirror'

Trinity's 'Prince of Providence' packs a wallop

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The Pilgrim tennis team continued its hot start to the 2019 season on Tuesday, cruising past visiting Central 6-1 and extending its perfect record to 5-0. Jenna Gustafson won the top singles match …
The CCRI men’s and women’s Cross Country runners traveled to New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord, NH over the weekend to compete in the Lynx Invitational. CCRI had five runners compete, …
George Greer is not the least bit Italian. However, he grew up in Westerly where there was always what the 1964 All-State baseball player called “plenty of great Italian restaurants in …
It looked a bit like field hockey, only the stick was shorter and the ball bigger. Indeed, the kids and a couple of adults who knew what they were doing and served as instructors got a few stares …
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Toll Gate Titans walloped the Juanita Sanchez/PCD/Wheeler Football co-op 28-0 on Friday evening during its season opener. Ethan Durand, a Titans senior, rushed for two touchdowns in the victory. Durand usually plays tight end, but
Animal shelter news

Animal Talk Pet of the Week: Hailey

Hailey is a 10-year-old senior dog looking for a place to spend her golden years happy and home. Would you consider taking in this kind lady?

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Resident lives 'dream' of being on Survivor

Aaron Meredith was just 18 years old when the first season of “Survivor” aired on CBS and cemented the reality genre as a hallmark staple of network television. Ever since, it has been a dream of …

Chafee discusses 2020 Libertarian presidential bid

Work of Warwick artist featured in Providence Art Club show

Chen’s Reflexology Providing healing and relief

Inclusive community effort builds pathways to recovery

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