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The tools they need BankRI has opened a new branch on Jefferson Boulevard to better serve the business market with the tools they need including a full range of business accounts, flexible lending options, signature cash management and foreign trade more
All it took was one bed bug and the worst was being imagined for Wickes School students, their families and their friends. “It was one on one student, so you know how social media is,” said … more
As a powerful nor'easter bore down on Rhode Island last week, Rep. Joseph J. Solomon Jr. (D-Dist. 22, Warwick) submitted legislation that would require the burying of power lines in places that have long-lasting power outages. The legislation (2018-H more
Arrow of Light ceremony On Sunday, March 4 five scouts from Pack 1 Warwick earned the highest award in Cub Scouting, the Arrow of Light, during a ceremony at Heritage Christian Fellowship Church on Warwick Neck Ave. Not only did they earn the Arrow of more
By JOHN HOWELL Norwood residents are ready to do battle, but they'll probably be shoveling some snow first. With the forecast for near-blizzard conditions starting early Tuesday, the Zoning Board of Review postponed until April 10 the appeal to build a more
By JOHN HOWELL It's going to be some time, but Kent County Water Authority customers won't be faced with the stains left by manganese in years to come. That should be good news to Michael Hackett of Love Lane and other Cowesett residents who have done more
Bishop Hendricken Director of Fine and Performing Arts, Richie Sylvia, and Vocal Music Director, Mary Jo Gambardella, led Hendricken's Young Men's Chorus on a 10-day pilgrimage to Ireland over the winter recess. The tour, aptly titled The Footsteps of" more
By ETHAN HARTLEY An ordinance that would require the city's administration to alert the Warwick City Council about the firing or hiring of all city department heads within 24 hours that was unanimously passed by the council was, in turn, vetoed by Mayor more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE At 9:09 p.m. on March 4, Officer Richard Odell was on routine patrol traveling in the rotary at the intersection of Toll Gate Road and Centerville Road. There he witnessed a Nissan Altima approach the rotary from Veterans more
By JOHN HOWELL East Providence city crews made a visit to Conimicut Beach on Saturday, but it wasn't for a brisk walk on a chilly but sunny day. Rather, armed with buckets, the city workers were picking out hard pinwheel-shaped sections of plastic about more
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