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Hoxsie School fourth graders who are studying the human heart as part of the School Department’s new ELA curriculum had the opportunity to examine functional engineering valve and chamber … more
Johnston Police are looking for a trio of alleged shade thieves. Around 1:15 p.m., Nov. 8, Johnston Police responded to a local business to investigate a reported designer sunglasses … more
A Warwick hotel is serving as the winter shelter for homeless again, but this year Mayor Frank Picozzi learned about it in advance and doesn’t believe it will become an issue to … more
Every autumn for the past six years, members of the Warwick Police Department find themselves in a bit of a hairy situation. In 2017, former police chief Stephen McCartney shelved the standing … more
Jody King, who grew up in Warwick, attended Pilgrim High School, served in the US Marine Corps and these days is most recognized for quahogging and his love of the Bay has encountered racism on … more
Some of the more than 30 landlords of short term home rentals of less than 30 days, which under city ordinances is not permitted, believed a proposal to regulate Airbnbs was a “done deal” … more
A Pawtucket man has been sentenced to 15 years behind bars in connection to a 2021 violent home invasion in Johnston. His alleged accomplice has never been identified. Rhode Island Attorney … more
Beatrice “Cookie” Pelletier, 73, estimates she needs about six cords of wood to get through the winter. So far she’s stacked up two cords and she is questioning whether she can get … more
When her husband Joe Bonang retired from his plumbing business, Cathy thought of all the things they could be doing together while they have the means to do them (from skiing, biking, bowling to … more
“Come on, feel the noise!” belts Ben Passarelli. “I want to know what love is” swoons Princess Johnson. “I’m wanted dead or alive” wails Jessica … more
Steve McAllister is looking forward to further public participation in City Council meetings now that he is in line to serve a second term as Council President. Although the all-Democrat council … more
A chance encounter at the Baltimore/Washington Airport as George Farrell and his family were on their way home from a spring vacation in 2010 changed his live and the lives of about 800 … more
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