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Candidates for Warwick City Council, whether they faced a challenger or not this election, were asked a series of questions related to city affairs. Here are their answers... more
By ETHAN HARTLEY With the 2018 mid-term general election just a week away, the pressing topic of the day for local, state and federal officials is election security and, specifically, whether or not we have the resources and protocols in place to ensure more
Sisters looking for a home Tyga and Nikki are 3-year-old sisters. They are spayed and have all their shots up to date. Defenders of Animals is looking for a home with adults and no other pets. They have to be adopted together. Their most recent more
By JOHN HOWELL The hardwood floors of City Council Chambers are slightly cupped and there's some paint flaking from the ceiling. Gone are the dehumidifiers and fans that were placed strategically throughout the chambers up until Wednesday in response to more
An all-new feel and look Homewood Suites corporate officers were joined by Warwick City officials and representatives of the Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce last Wednesday to celebrate the completion of months of renovations to the Homewood more
The Rhode Island Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts are doing more than just a few good deeds. Last weekend's rain couldn't stop the Scouts as they fanned out across town placing door hangers on homes informing residents of their annual food drive. And for the more
By JOHN HOWELL Like so many of their customers, Mayor Joseph J. Solomon was impressed to learn the 80,000 square-foot building tucked away on Meadow Street in Apponaug is the heart of a manufacturing and sales operation that employs 55 people here and more
Community College of Rhode Island nursing graduates taking the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) have the highest pass rate in the state for the third quarter, July 1 through Sept. 30. The third-quarter pass rate for more
By JOHN HOWELL Thanks to the generous donation of Tom Furey and Furey Roofing, the first step to the reopening the Buttonwoods Community Center was taken yesterday morning. Former Mayor Scott Avedisian closed the center in early 2017, saying the more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On Oct. 19 at approximately 10:19 p.m. Officer William Holz was dispatched to assist Officer Jacob Elderkin, who had stopped a vehicle on Post Rd. for driving erratically and without its headlights on. Officer Holz immediately more
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