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By JANE KENNEY AUSTIN On Tuesday, April 7, changes needed to extend much needed, and in some cases desperately needed, sewer lines were held hostage to satisfy the demands of a small group of … more
GETTING THE DETAILS: Mayor Scott Avedisian talks …
One of the toughest winters in Rhode Island history has failed to throw Ahlborg Construction Corporation off schedule in regards to the fire station under construction in Potowomut. In fact, the … more
SNOW WON’T STOP THEM; A recycling truck makes …
Tuesday was better than Monday. At least it wasn’t snowing, but Richard Oakes was still dealing with a form of whiteout. Oakes is one of 14 sanitation and recycling truck drivers who, with the … more
TINY FRIEND: Clara, a tiny Maltipoo, is held by …
Things are always jumping at Dogpatch on Brownlee Boulevard. And hopping. And barking. And wagging. That’s because at any given moment, four professional groomers – including the owners, Linda … more
FIELDS AND EARTH: Contractors continued screening …
Homeowners in the Lakeshore Drive neighborhood, who found themselves in a dust storm last fall as a result of the relocated Winslow Park fields, received a token for their aggravation this week from … more
THE CITY IS GOING TO TEAR IT DOWN: After years of …
A single strategy, such as increasing fines to $1,000 a day, may not answer all of the problems the city encounters with abandoned and foreclosed homes. But while an ad hoc committee studying the … more
NOT JOLLY: Paul McNeil of Warwick, dressed as …
Santa made an appearance at the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission hearing on National Grid’s request to increase electric bills by nearly 24 percent starting next month. But he wasn’t … more
ONCE UPON A TIME: Richard Crenca with a …
Richard J. Crenca might have wished for warmer weather and less snow, but not necessarily for the same reasons as most Warwick residents. The city’s principal planner and liaison with the DOT on … more
HOT IN THE KITCHEN: Clockwise from the left is …
“Be The Church,” Mother Susan Wrathall of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church said. “I see this distinction between going to and being the church. As Christians, we go to church, we worship, but to … more
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It may be those who sat quietly through the Public Utilities Commission’s (PUC) meeting last Tuesday – where electric rates of residential users were raised by 14.25 percent – who have the … more
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