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Robert Cushman says Warwick needs new high schools. The city would thrive with them. But Cushman is urging voters to reject the $350 million bond referenda on the November for new Toll Gate and … more
By JOHN HOWELL “People were saying to me ‘you’re working too hard.’ There’s no such thing in politics,” Speaker of the House K. Joseph Shekarchi said with a … more
After three years on the beat, Fox was called to the scene of a Rhode Island State Police traffic stop. The car had New York plates that didn’t match the vehicle. Officers on the scene had … more
The time is ripe for Johnston’s apple celebration. The 34th Annual Apple Festival will be held this weekend, Saturday, Sept. 10 and Sunday, Sept. 11. The festivities will stretch from 10 … more
Pickleball anyone? Bev Wiley, City Director of Parks and Recreation, says pickleball courts are on the top of inquiries about the city’s athletic facilities. She places the interest in the … more
The Democratic primary for Rhode Island State Senate District 31 will see Matt LaMountain, an endorsed Democrat and former prosecutor in the Rhode Island Attorney General’s office, go … more
Not in recent years have Warwick voters – both Democrats and Republicans – had so many choices on the primary ballot. And for a first time in decades, all three district School … more
Merilyn (Meri) Kennedy, 59, of Cranston, passed away peacefully on Sept. 1 with her longtime companion, Stephen F. Popiel, at her side. Born in Warwick, Meri was a daughter of the late Mitchell … more
State Rep. Ed Cardillo stood up at the end of Tuesday’s hearing. “An absolute joke!” He said loudly, following the Johnston Board of Canvassers’ third rejection of a … more
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Like others who took a speedy and sometimes wet ride to Conimicut Lighthouse in the city’s twin Yanmar diesel jet fireboat Friday morning, Ward 4 Councilman James McElroy had only viewed the … more
Warwick schools opened yesterday with the exception of Winman Middle School which has been delayed until Tuesday because of a sprinkler code violation that was not discovered until near completion of … more
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