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Governor Lincoln Chafee signed legislation last week requiring high school seniors to be trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) in … more
LEADING THE WAY: This swan and cygnets was …
The recent killing of a male swan on Warwick Pond by the Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is prompting Warwick residents and animal rights activists to protest what the DEM maintains is a … more
Warwick Police have released the first report concerning the forcible entry of a home on Byron Boulevard last week. According to a report by Officer John Zaborski, police were dispatched to 53 … more
Following a Tuesday briefing for city and town officials, local mayors remained sharply critical of a proposed settlement in the legal challenge to the state’s pension overhaul and the manner in … more
Sunrise at Rocky Point on the first weekend of …
So as to provide a broad view of park development across the country, the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) – with the assistance of the Rocky Point Foundation – will present the first in a … more
WILL IT PREVENT ACCIDENTS? The family of the late …
About six months after returning home from a nine-month tour of Afghanistan, Specialist Joel Constantineau of the Army National Guard was struck and killed by a motorist on Main Avenue while riding … more
Since the decision to eliminate Warwick Schools’ Accelerated Learning Activities Program (ALAP) was made in late July, many parents have questioned reports the School Department saved $325,000 by … more
TOM KUTCHER
The numbers tell the story and it isn’t pretty. Collectively, there have been more Warwick beach closures this summer than in any other municipality. Between Oakland Beach, Conimicut, City … more
EMPTY BOTTLE: Diane Higgins holds up an empty …
What’s in a bottle of water? Ward 4 Councilman Joseph Solomon sees more than water. For him, the seven cases of bottled water, which is all part of a $4,000 bid to provide food for the … more
WEIGHING IN: Anthony Corrente checks in at the …
Taking the right steps to be healthy can be profitable to many city employees. An annual checkup pays $150 and a dental cleaning reaps $100. Simply visiting the employee health fair, held June 18 … more
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