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By ALEX MALM The day after Congressman Jim Langevin announced that he wouldn't seek a twelfth term in Congress, House Speaker K. Joseph Shekarchi ended speculation that he would be the frontrunner to win the open seat. "Although I am humbled that more
Weekend on ice While many remained indoors to avoid the single digit temperatures of the weekend, others took advantage of the natural ice found on area ponds. For some members of the Bishop Hendricken Hockey team, Sunday was virtually a day-long more
By JOHN HOWELL The city is faced with a compressed schedule to get a question on the 2022 ballot asking voters if they support a bond to build new schools to replace Pilgrim and Toll Gate. The first of those deadlines is Feb. 15. Not only is February more
Last year U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo addressed legislators in what would be her last State of the State address as governor with an empty room due to the pandemic.  While the House … more
The Warwick School Committee has a new vice chairperson after the Committee voted unanimously in favor of picking David Testa to the position.  Testa replaces Nathan Cornell who served as … more
The first of two virtual public hearings will be held today on the proposed merger of the state’s two largest health care systems. Combined they would constitute more than 75 percent of the … more
The Johnston Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a suspect involved in a hit and run crash. Around 4:45 p.m., Jan. 12, Johnston Police responded to the Shell … more
The last time a new high school was built in Warwick was 51 years ago when Toll Gate High School was built.  Now the Warwick School Committee is hopeful that not one but two new high schools … more
What has been the biggest challenge(s) regarding COVID since coming back from Christmas break? Warwick School Department Supt. Lynn Dambruch said the answer to that question is the same challenge … more
Another mystery warehouse has been pitched for Johnston. The town’s Planning Board voted unanimously (4-0) Tuesday night to accept a Major Land Development Master Plan from NorthPoint … more
When Council President Steve McAllister lobbied his colleagues to vote for him to wield the gavel at Council meetings he said he wanted to change the culture of their meetings.  Now, one year … more
In January of 2021 Mayor Frank Picozzi was sworn into office on the front steps of City Hall.   Aside from his time on the Warwick School Committee  … more
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