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Johnston’s healthcare sector is booming. Although construction is clogging one of the town’s central arteries, the temporary pain may be worth it down the road, according to local … more
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
Depending on what’s included in the calculation, Warwick firefighters may not have had the highest average wage of firefighters in Rhode Island in 2021. That’s the conclusion of City … 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
“Judge Jackie” is no longer on the bench. In Johnston, your robe may hang by a thread if your father holds the wrong sign on Primary Day. “I’ve got just one … 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
For local enthusiasts of the sport, Warwick's lack of pickleball courts is clearly a pretty big dill. “Questions started before I even began the job," says Bev Wiley, Warwick Parks and … 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
The Warwick City Council will be faced with accepting or rejecting a three-year agreement with firefighters that will cost taxpayers an additional $2.7 million over the life of the contract at a … more
According to Ed Bastia, the time for school choice is now. Bastia is a member of the Rhode Island Families for School Choice, a group that believes parents should have access to all forms of quality … more
Rhode Island Attorney General Peter F. Neronha announced Thursday morning that a Johnston man has been found guilty in Providence County Superior Court of physically abusing his four-month-old son in … more
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