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Nancy (Lee) Bourque, 67, of Warwick passed suddenly on January 19, 2017. She was the loving wife of John for over 43 years. Born in Salem, Mass., she was the daughter of G. Virginia Roberts of … more
After being announced this weekend, Governor Gina Raimondo spent the week continuing to promote her free tuition proposal, Rhode Island's Promise, at Monday's Martin Luther King Breakfast, Tuesday's State of the State address and Wednesday's more
Raymond E. “Junior” LaPlante, 85, died Wednesday, January 18, 2017. He is a son of the late Emile and Margaret (Turner) LaPlante. He was a Warwick resident for most of his life. Raymond was … more
Joseph Shevlin Whalley, age 91 of West Warwick, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his family. He was the beloved husband of Mary (Bannon) Whalley for 65 years. Born July 30, 1925 in … more
Speaker of the House Nicholas A. Mattiello (D-Dist. 15, Cranston) has appointed Rep. Evan Shanley (D-Dist. 24, Warwick) to serve on the House Judiciary, Small Business and Municipal Government committees for the 2017-18 legislative session. The Judiciary more
CITY OF WARWICK BOARD OF PUBLIC SAFETY ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE NOTICE TRANSFER OF LICENSE APPLICATION FOR A TRANSFER OF A RETAILER’S BEVERAGE LICENSE CLASS BV TO KEEP AND SELL INTOXICATING … more
Rep. Joseph M. McNamara (D-Dist. 19, Warwick, Cranston) has introduced legislation that would establish time guidelines for the assessment of school building safety, along with reports to the governor, speaker of the House and president of the Senate. more
The Community College of Rhode Island has received a $300,000 grant from the Champlin Foundations as part of an $893,000 project to establish an interactive learning center for health sciences students at the college's Flanagan Campus in Lincoln. The more
The administration and the City Council took a step in 2011 to contain the escalating costs of municipal pensions, passing an ordinance that significantly altered the benefits of employees hired after July 1, 2012. One change requires firefighters hired more
To the Editor: As one of those 60 million Americans who voted for President-elect Donald J. Trump, I/we cannot wait for January 20, 2017 when the 44th President of these United States will not be able to use his phone, his pen or his executive power to more
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