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His sparkling white tail bounced up and down a Warwick city street like the lone working tail light of a small vehicle hitting speed humps at nearly 40 miles per hour. The spike buck avoided the … more
Ray Verrocchio has been at the center of Pawtuxet for the past five years. As the proprietor of Bagel Express and Deli, he gets the morning crowd and fills up on village chatter. On the other side of … more
Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur has been tight lipped ever since he and other members of the council received copies of the tentative agreement (TA) reached between the Warwick Firefighters and the … more
Are you sick and tired of being sick? Maybe you should stop reading. By now you’ve probably heard of the looming “tridemic,” or triple-pandemic. Get ready for the next scary … more
Many bought homes in Wethersfield Commons on Jefferson Boulevard because they were allowed to have a dog. But now that as many as 150 dogs may be housed at the very entrance to the 493-unit complex, … more
Charles Scott calls himself an artist that owns works by some of the world’s most notable artists; an automobile enthusiast who owns a Lotus plus other eccentric high performance cars; a driver … more
Football, well it’s soccer in this country, changed Mick Rooney’s life. It’s no wonder then for the last couple of weeks, Rooney’s life has revolved around the World Cup. He … more
Russ Matuszek sat behind the wheel of the Canna-Bus, a free-wheeling trolley parked outside the RISE dispensary. “If they need us, we’re here,” said the driver, leaning forward … more
Joe Rocco and Farah Kinsella were on a shopping mission Black Friday to express their love for each other. They weren’t exactly indiscrete about it either. Joe was rather loud. “We … more
Future Case Corp. has been there long enough for rust to form and leak from the bracket and onto the business’s white sign hanging in front. The mill building’s been there for about a … more
More homeless families have taken up residence in Warwick hotels even though Mayor Frank Picozzi said he remains in the dark over how either the governor or the Department of Housing and its director … more
Now that voters have approved a bond to build new Toll Gate and Pilgrim High Schools, the biggest question facing some members of the City Council is whether the two schools can be built for $350 … more
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