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The Federal Railroad Administration has published a study in coordination with RIDOT and Amtrak to assess the feasibility of bringing Amtrak service to T.F. Green Airport. It's now up to the state to decide if the cost is worth it. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Friends of Warwick Ponds had a meeting on the water Sunday afternoon that transitioned into a party at the lakeside home of Bill and Marybeth DeNuccio. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- How do you fit 60 people into a building designed for more than 800 students and a staff of at least 100? The answer: you give everyone lots of space. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Joseph Shekarchi (D-House District 23) and Michael McCaffrey (D-Senate District 29) certainly have a lot in common. They both received law degrees from Suffolk University, they're both Warwick-born and bred and they've maintained a friendship for 30 years. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Imagine you are a freshman student waking up during your second week at Rhode Island College. You rub your eyes and groggily check your phone. But instead of going to Facebook or Instagram, you hit the icon for the official RIC App. more
RAN A RED LIGHT While on a fixed traffic post at Wilde's Corner monitoring traffic on July 5 around 9:28 p.m., Officer Jacob Elderkin observed a car traveling east on West Shore Road that ran a red light. The car then had its lights turned off and turned more
In a new adventure for Rhode Island high school students looking to brandish their brain power among peers for the glory of winning a championship title, WSBE Rhode Island PBS launches High School Quiz Show: Rhode Island, a team-based single-elimination more
This year’s graduating class at Toll Gate High School achieved many things, both inside and outside of the classroom. “I feel strongly that the Class of 2017 has the gifts and tools to move … more
Fung earns Assumption honors Hannah Fung, Class of 2020 of Warwick has earned Assumption College honors for the spring 2017 semester. Sylvia earns Music Masters Cami Sylvia, of Warwick graduated from Purchase College with a Master of Music in Music on more
The water dug a hole A city crew was working to relocate a fire hydrant on Post Road in Apponaug as part of the circulator project when a valve on a 30-inch water main blew, sending a geyser that washed out the adjoining parking lot and sending mud and more
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