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At the request of Warwick residents and City administrators, the Solarize Warwick program will be extended until November 30, giving residents an additional eight weeks to sign up and sign a contract to go solar. SolarFlair has recently seen increased" more
Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea has unveiled, a mobile-optimized website aimed at increasing voter participation among Rhode Islanders between the ages of 18 and 35 - an age group commonly referred to as Millennials. Nationally, more
It could be a college campus, only better - with a bistro just down the hall, happy hour every evening, a putting green and bocce court a few steps outside, a media room, and a schedule of interesting programs and speakers. The comparison more
Signs of the Nov. 8 election are everywhere, and they promise to get even more plentiful in the coming weeks. That presents a dilemma for Christine Allen, Mayor Scott Avedisian's campaign manager. In an interview Tuesday, she claimed a more
Even though there are still some good days of fall fishing, beach bonfires (where legal) and beautiful weather, we need to think ahead in order to ensure a great boating season next year. Careful … more
Westbay Community Action is celebrating its 50th year and wants residents to join in the fun. Westbay Community Action, founded in 1966 during President Lyndon B. Johnson’s “war on poverty,” … more
The Beacon Mutual Insurance Company has announced that President & CEO James V. Rosati will retire effective July 1, 2017 after more than 10 years at the helm of Rhode Island's largest workers compensation insurer. It has been an honor leading Beacon" more
The site of The Station on Cowesett Road in West Warwick was buzzing with activity this week as crews pushed ahead to build a lasting memorial to the 100 people who lost their lives when the nightclub burned on Feb. 20, 2003. No longer more
A Mah Jongg tournament was held Sept. 15 at the Pilgrim Senior Center. A Chinese game played usually by four people with 136 or 144 rectangular tiles, the object is to collect winning sets of these tiles, similar to card games such as more
By JOHN HOWELL Saying language that protects the teaching and learning environment is most important to them, the Warwick Teachers Union has turned down an offer that would, among other things, give them raises in line with other city employees and, more
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