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The public will get to hear candidates for superintendent of Warwick Schools at a meeting of the Warwick School Committee tentatively planned for April 28 at Toll Gate High School. Committee chair … more
HOW DOES THIS SOUND?: Rebecca Pazienza Bromberg …
By TIM FORSBERG In an effort to keep neighbors updated on the T.F. Green Airport Improvement Program and possible impacts the development plans may have on residents, the Rhode Island Airport … more
EXPLORING THE OPTIONS: Former Governor Lincoln …
A day after his surprise announcement he is weighing a run for president, Lincoln Chafee said the genesis of this next step in his life came during a drive to Maine with his wife Stephanie in the … more
Market performance at nearly twice projections pushed the combined value of the city’s pension plans to more than $402 million for the first time and reduced the level of unfunded plans, according … more
PREPARATIONS: T.J. Manco holds a plow blade in …
Remember the Blizzard of 1978? Well, this time the city, and for that matter the state, is ready. And it won’t just be know as a blizzard. This storm has a name, Juno. “This is … more
The investigation of a Gorton teacher who drew a penis on the arm of one female student and feces on another and how school administrators dealt with the situation is largely complete, although it … more
FAMILY AFFAIR: Michael, right, and Logan Ray, …
In front of the State House last Thursday more than 300 people held hands in solidarity for common sense gun laws at the Rhode Island Coalition Against Gun Violence’s (RICAGV) legislation … more
KELLEY
When Christine A. Kelley became a Warwick cop in 1989, she started off at the bottom just like every other probationary officer. She was assigned to the third patrol. Her beat was Oakland Beach and … more
MAKING SURE IT’S OUT: Firefighters spray the …
Five of the city’s sanitation trucks were severely damaged by fire Monday afternoon around 4:30 p.m. as they sat parked at the Department of Public Work’s City Yard on Sandy Lane. A series of … more
SLOWING TRAFFIC: Raised crosswalks on Fair Street …
On Dec. 10 at about 4 p.m., John Lacki stepped off the curb and into the crosswalk on West Shore Road at the Conimicut Post Office. In the next moments, his life changed. A car driven by Joseph … more
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