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While it won’t come without costing homeowners, City Council approval of $56 million in bonds to extend sewers and upgrade the wastewater treatment plant appears to have averted fines for some … more
LIGHTER MOMENT: General treasurer candidates Seth …
Rhode Islanders had the unique opportunity – a first certainly of this campaign season, and perhaps a first ever in recent times – to hear candidates for all the statewide elective offices from a … more
ALMOST READY: With the help of Marcel Fontenault, …
:“Mayday, mayday,” crackled the words over the radio. To fellow firefighters, the distress call evokes images of being trapped in a burning building. It is also a plea to save one of their … more
HAPPY TO GIVE BACK: Eleven-year-old Olivia …
Some girls are content playing pretend bake sale with their best friends, but 11-year-old Olivia DeGaetano and 7-year-old Cyara Villa decided they wanted to do more. They held a bake sale and used … more
Members of the Rhode Island Association of Fire Chiefs and George Farrell, president of the association foundation and founder of the Rhode Island Honor Flight Hub, recently made presentations to the … more
SHOPLIFTING Officer Geoffrey Waldman was dispatched to the Stop & Shop at 2470 Warwick Ave. at approximately 4:31 p.m. on April 13 for a report of a shoplifting in progress. Upon arrival, Waldman … more
Students in the Constructions Trades program at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center (WACTC) spend almost 80 percent of their time in the program on actual job sites, building or renovating … more
Warwick Central Baptist Church carried on the …
As they have done for decades, The First Congregational Church of Warwick and St. Rita’s Church jointly sponsored an Easter sunrise service on the shores of Oakland Beach featuring a reenactment of … more
Operation Clean Government’s “Candidate School 2014” program and faculty have now been finalized, according to event co-chair Frank Lennon. The event is a daylong, non-partisan educational … more
Winman jazz students jam with visiting Army Band. …
Winman Junior High students enjoyed a performance from The Volunteers, the U.S. Army’s touring rock band, April 7 afternoon, but earlier in the day members of the school’s Jazz Band participated … more
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