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By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Prepare to say farewell to the square donut. Due to declining revenue, the owners of 4Corners Coffee have decided to cease operations at the Airport Road location and look ahead to the next big thing... more
By JOHN HOWELL Abbey is a short street in Ward 1, a walk of less than 10 minutes from end to end, but after an hour Saturday afternoon Ward 1 Councilman Richard Corley hadn't even knocked on the doors of all the even numbered homes. It's not that he met more
By JOHN HOWELL Former mayor Scott Avedisian, who has been politically silent since assuming the role of president and CEO of the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) this spring, made an appearance at Shalom apartments Friday as Republican more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Department received unanimous approval from the Warwick City Council Monday night to release about $6.2 million in bond funding to initiate the first phase of crucial construction projects that are set to begin this more
When asked about sales, commercial Realtor Donald Morash Jr. likes to say, “I like hamburger, but once in a while I get steak.” Recently, he closed on one of the bigger sales of his career, so … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Mayor Joseph Solomon, in his first speech after being officially inaugurated as the city's first new mayor in nearly two decades, could have easily spent his moment in the spotlight - with cameras and the eyes of hundreds of Warwick's more
By JOHN HOWELL Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur has earned a reputation as a numbers man. On Wednesday he employed that same attention he applies to city claims and the award of contracts and bids to data he was provided by Rhode Island Kids Count. But more
By JOHN HOWELL For decades Riverview, Longmeadow and Highland Beach homeowners have been told they will have sewers. Now, understandably since little seems to be happening, some residents question if that will ever happen. The short answer is the Bayside more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Warwick is the most affordable place to live in Rhode Island, at least according to a study recently released by SmartAsset.com, which assessed the most affordable places to live in America. The study examined cities and towns of more more
Mayor Joseph Solomon announced Wednesday afternoon that bids will be solicited this winter in preparation for extensive upgrades to the playground at Salter Grove Memorial Park, located off Narragansett Parkway. The project will be funded through a more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Two state bills that would supersede a federal exemption regarding overtime pay for firefighters in Rhode Island is causing concern among municipal leaders pertaining to how the measure would financially impact cities and towns that seek more
By JOHN HOWELL The air was stale. Produce bins were less than full, and the fruit looked tired. There were no green bananas. The robot was parked in its station, its two pairs of green lights glowing. Checkout lanes were empty, but the lights were on at more
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