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Two years ago, the Warwick School Department began implementing Response to Intervention (RTI) measures in an effort to track the academic progress of students and identify areas where they may be … more
Clay Pell at Monday's "town meeting."
Kathryn McDaniel voted on Tuesday, 28 days before the Democratic primary that will decide whether Clay Pell will be the party’s nominee for governor. McDaniel, who graduated from Cranston High … more
MISSING DINGHY Officer Kevin McGuire reported he was dispatched to the Dickerson Brothers Marina on Arnold’s Neck Road around 5:20 p.m. on July 30 for a report of a stolen dinghy. A North … more
TRAINING DAY: Twenty Hazmat team technicians from …
In yesterday’s 80-degree weather some of Warwick’s finest [firefighters] worked throughout the day at a sunny City Park. If the heat alone wasn’t enough, the Warwick Hazardous Materials … more
Hooters of Warwick closed Aug. 3 for remodeling, according to their Facebook page, but the Rhode Island Department of Health’s (HEALTH) findings of July 25 was the reason for their voluntary … more
GREAT FOR HIS HEALTH: Glenn Casavant of …
The blueberries are here and so are the pickers. By 9 a.m. last Thursday, cars lined Rocky Point Avenue and the rows of bushes at the Rocky Point Blueberry Farm were filled with pickers from … more
Is it a resource on which to build a stronger state, or a step toward taking away individual rights? Those were the principal issues that swirled around the RhodeMap RI economic development plan … more
MAYBE IN RI? Former Rocky Point manager David …
Rocky Point Amusement Park is gone, but the man who managed many park operations for 20 years aims to create a park where families will have fun and make memories for future generations to … more
BREAK-IN Officer Daniel DiMaio reported he was dispatched to Sam’s Food Store at 651 Main Ave. Oct. 7 around 3:45 a.m. for a report of a front window being broken. When he got there, he said the … more
COMMUNITY SUPPORT: Derek Anderson, president of …
“Now the work begins,” said a smiling Ray D’Abate after the City Council unanimously gave first passage to a zone change Monday night, allowing construction of a 6-story, 127-room hotel in … more
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