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Warwick resident Mark Susa is no stranger to overcoming obstacles against the odds. As a man with multiple disabilities, he has spent his entire adult life in a wheelchair. That hasn't stopped him from being active... more
McDermott Pool was closed Monday as a crew from Local 481 of the International Association of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) transformed the deep end into a lake, McDermott Lake for lack of another name. Bubbles emerged from the black more
They won't be cutting up the saw tooth building in Apponaug. That was never AAA Northeast's plan or the vision of its board chairman, Mark Shaw. Rather than alter the distinctive feature of the building built in 1905 as part of the more
By ETHAN HARTLEY An open house - or open village, really - that sought to showcase properties available for sale or for lease by small businesses in the main drag of Conimicut Village held at the end of October has resulted in a slurry of interest from more
By JOHN HOWELL Seventeen months ago when Mayor Joseph Solomon held his first major public fundraiser, the crowd that packed the atrium at the Crowne Plaza buzzed that it was the largest turnout for a Democratic mayoral candidate since the '80s. The good more
If you’ve taken part in any conversations about the City of Warwick’s financial situation, chances are you have heard at least some talk about “benefits.” But what exactly are these benefits? more
By JOHN HOWELL Roberta Steinle is accustomed to having people wait until the last moment to file an application to receive a holiday food basket, but that doesn't mean they are any less needy. As of Wednesday morning, Steinle, project coordinator for the more
By TARA MONASTESSE Few eras have had as much of an impact on the United States as the Roaring Twenties - that time in the early 20th century where the American people felt invincible, their ambitions as headstrong and passionate as the jazz music that more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Meko Lincoln was a promising running back and linebacker while playing Pop Warner for the Edgewood Eagles. But deep down, the Providence native knew that his intensity on the field was at least partially symptomatic of a darkness that more
Mayor Joseph Solomon is “in sync” with the Warwick Sewer Authority’s course of action to extend sewers to Bayside after more than two decades of unfilled promises, WSA chairman Gary Jarvis said … more
By JOHN HOWELL Meg Splaine Carnaroli, who attended Robertson School, has plans to return to her alma mater on Election Day 2020. The school and her teacher Robert McGuire have special meaning for her. She credits McGuire with encouraging her to consider more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A picturesque, sunny fall day was the setting for a celebration at Salter Grove Memorial State Park on Saturday afternoon, as local officials, members of the public and - most importantly - lots of children gathered to bask in a renewed more
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