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In a complaint filed Tuesday in Superior Court, Debra J. Shatley, president of the Oakland Beach Real Estate Owners Association (OBREOA), claims that Ward 6 Councilwoman Donna Travis, her husband … more
Mayor Frank Picozzi and Warwick School Committee Chair David Testa have been on good terms throughout their respective careers as municipal leaders. That may change. When the School Committee … more
Johnston’s probate judge has been placed on leave, following charges linked to an alleged million-dollar collectible theft from a dead Cranston man’s estate. Rhode Island Attorney … more
It's only two miles from the farmers market at Memorial Park to Bami Farm. Talk about farm to table. If you buy Bami Produce, your food will likely have never left Johnston. Even so, it’s … more
Clouds Hill Victorian House Museum offers visitors “a portal to the past,” but its heating system could use a portal to the 21st century. The museum, an estate built between 1872 and … more
In a race against time, Mayor Frank Picozzi has retained Steven M. Taber, who was instrumental in crafting a an agreement with the Rhode Island Airport Corporation leading to an extended runway at … more
By JOHN HOWELL “Coming up,” Warwick Police Officer Andrew Chretien said above the hum of the twin outboards. The engines went from a purr to a roar as police marine vessels cleared … more
Of the 108 vintage vehicles that were recently on display at The Society for the Preservation and Appreciation of Antique Motor Fire Apparatus in America (SPAAMFAA) 2023’s National Convention … more
Within a month the City Council could have another estimate of what it would cost to build new Pilgrim and Toll Gate high schools. City Planner Tom Kravitz has hammered out an agreement with … more
The July 14th deadline has come and gone, and United States General Service Administration (GSA) Spokesman Paul Hughes says “over a dozen” parties have expressed interest in Warwick Neck … more
St. Catherine Church that has been a part of Apponaug Village since 1917 was recently sold by the Diocese of Providence to Bluth, LLC for $1 million. Matt Tonning, who manages Bluth alongside … more
“It keeps me awake at night,” said Mayor Frank Picozzi Monday morning. Picozzi was referring to the death of Yoskarly Martinez, a 10-year-old girl who drowned at Conimicut Point … more
Visit the north end of Gaspee Point this week and you’ll likely find some stakes,  standing six inches above the sand, with tape strung between them into a 40 foot wide grid. You … more
The Warwick Teachers Union and the Warwick School Committee have reached a one-year contract through the end of August 2024 giving teachers in all steps a 1.25% pay increase.  Starting teacher … more
“I’d like to congratulate Councilwoman (Donna) Travis for another front page of the Providence Journal,” Rob Cote said while holding up a copy of the newspaper during the beginning … more
By JOHN HOWELL After more than 25 years of being told they would get sewers, the first of 900 Bayside property owners will be able to flush a toilet, take a shower, do a load of laundry and push … more
“When I wear the uniform, I’m Greene,” Paul Bourget said, dressed head to toe in a Union uniform to speak to the Warwick Rotary Club on Thursday July 13. Bourget, born and … more
The dream of City Centre was a place where the confluence of modes of transportation – rail, air and highway – would attract office, retail, hotels and some resident development for young … more
On June 14, at JFK International Airport in New York, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) inspected and seized a package shipped from China and destined for a Johnston address. “Upon … more
UPDATED: In March 2022, a Cranston man was sentenced to attend Batterers Intervention two months after he allegedly killed his wife. Johnston Police responded to an early morning call on George Waterman … more
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