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Vets students compete in Science Olympiad Warwick Veterans Middle School Science Club members competed this year for their first time in the Science Olympiad held at Rhode Island College on March 30. Students demonstrated their knowledge in various more
By JACOB MARROCCO The Rhode Island Republican Party chose former East Greenwich Town Council President Sue Cienki as its next chair during an election at the Marriott Omni Hotel in Providence on Saturday. Cienki was one of four candidates running for more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A familiar restaurant group is right on the cusp of bringing a little bit of southern heat to Warwick, as Daisy Jo's Hot Chicken and Biscuits is primed to open this month on Airport Road. With picnic tables inside seating 30 and an more
By JOHN HOWELL In the midst of the high tech display at National Grid's Energy Innovation Hub at the Dunk in Providence before an audience of corporate and legislative leaders and a contingent of building trades students from the Warwick Area Career and more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A hat, a tube of toothpaste, children's toys, a candle and an aluminum walking cane - what do these seemingly random items have in common? The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) warns they could all feasibly be fashioned into more
By JOHN HOWELL The home real estate market has been on an upward swing in the past three years, with median prices rising and houses being bought within days of them going on the market. Inventory is down. It's a seller's market. It's no wonder to Dean more
Celebrate our world at Party for the Planet at Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence, April 16 and 17. This year's event will highlight the Zoo's conservation and animal care while also giving guests the opportunity to join the zoo in engaging more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) has filed a regulation proposing to raise camping fees for the first time since 2002. This would put these fees more in line with the rates charged by public and private campgrounds both in more
National Grid has named Terry Sobolewski as the next president of National Grid Rhode Island. Sobolewski currently serves as Chief Customer Officer and Senior Vice President at National Grid. As president of the Rhode Island jurisdiction, Sobolewski will more
Flight school A building southerly wind proved challenging Sunday as Scott Williamson gave flight lessons to his son, Ben, and his friends at Rocky Point Park. Powered by electricity - the battery is one of the heaviest components of the craft - the more
April is National Poetry Month. Come share your favorite poem at the Favorite Poem Open Mic at Warwick Public Library on Wednesday, April 3 at 7 p.m. Pick a poem you like or one that has personal meaning and read it. Choose a poem by a famous poet or one more
Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) is seeking applications for his annual Rhode Island Second Congressional District High School Art Competition. High school students residing in the Second District are eligible to enter the competition. This year's winner more
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