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ANXIOUS AUDIENCE: Students, parents and teachers …
In a controversial 4-1 decision Tuesday night, the Warwick School Committee approved a consolidation plan that would close Aldrich and Gorton Junior High … more
ONE BAD YEAR: The play opened up with the …
Be careful about being a bully at Holliman Elementary School, you might just have to stay in summer school until you learn how to be kind. At least, that was the plot of Holliman’s latest play … more
On June 13 people will be walking in City Park to fight the number one cancer killer of women: lung cancer. According to the American Lung Association, less than one percent of women polled knew … 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
NOW IN WARWICK: Surrounded by SESA employees and …
Mayor Scott Avedisian found another “sign” that the economy is improving and that Warwick is the place for business development and growth. Actually, it was Phil Perult who picked up on the … more
Rhode Islanders woke up to some sad and unexpected news Monday. Jim Skeffington, a highly influential local figure who recently became co-owner and president of the Pawtucket Red Sox, died Sunday … more
PARK PLAN: An architect’s rendering of the …
Not all that long ago, Station nightclub fire survivor Gina Russo questioned when, if ever, a memorial would be built on the site where 100 people lost their lives in one of the worst fire tragedies … more
LANDLORD DISPUTE: Alisa Paykos-Theurer, the owner …
For just over two years Bow chika Wow Town has served not only the dog community of Warwick but dog owners from across the state. Now their business may just be in jeopardy and they are turning … more
WORK BEGINS: The pavement has been stripped from …
Repairs to the Park Avenue railroad bridge have begun following last week’s emergency closure, while commuters and nearby businesses continue to cope with the situation. The 109-year-old bridge, … more
REASON TO CELEBRATE: Alfred Bettencourt, center, …
It was a celebration more than a half-century in the making. On Dec. 12, 1944, 18-year-old Pfc. Alfred Bettencourt was wounded while serving his country in France. Now 89, Bettencourt, of … more
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