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Just how much study needs to be done for the Rhode Island Airport Corporation to move air cargo operations to an expanded $100 million facility south of the airport terminal? Warwick … more
Dana Borrelli-Murray, 41, is laser focused and ready to collaborate. The new CEO of Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England (GSSNE) has entered her ninth month in the position and has big plans for … more
Principal Danny Smith says many Warwick residents he meets are iffy on the location of Harold F. Scott Elementary School – until he happens to mention the sign. "Sometimes I just have to say … more
It was six Christmases ago that Bryan Barette, music director at St Kevin Church, happened to overhear an altar server singing to herself in the sacristy. “I was looking for someone to … more
It was a christening Friday as firefighters and city officials gathered in Station One for the blessing of twin E-One trucks that the city ordered more than a year ago. The pumpers with 780 gallon … more
For more than two hours last Wednesday there were a lot of barking dogs, competing videos and dueling experts before the Planning Board. When it was over, by a vote of 4-3 the board denied master … more
There’s nothing like a new arrival to cause a stir at the dog park. Even before the newcomer gets out of a car and long before it arrives at the double gated entry, dogs off leash in the … more
“Flush and done,” is not a slogan you’d find at the Warwick Sewer Authority. Rather, it’s what happens after the toilet bowl, or for that matter the kitchen sink, washer or … more
Stan Snyzyk has lived on Strawberry Field Road West, across from what is now long-term parking for Green Airport, since the early 1970s. He’s had a front porch seat to growth of the airport and … more
Infinity Fitness & Wellness is testament that a business can survive after being forced to shutdown for an extended period because of Covid and reopen even stronger. More accurately Jennifer … more
Mayor Frank Picozzi brought his own gavel to inauguration ceremonies Tuesday night at the Crowne Plaza – a workmen’s hammer. He got laughs as he banged it on the lectern to start the … more
There’s a theme to Mayor Frank Picozzi’s list of 2022 highlights – movement. It’s movement in the sense of projects that have long been talked about, and planned for … more
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