By JOHN HOWELL A proposal that the city should pay for the repaving of roads after the installation of sewers rather than the property owners who would gain sewer service has spurred Riverview homeowners to rally in an effort to reduce sewer assessments
By JOHN HOWELL Last week's news that the bond rating of state's second largest hospital group, Care New England, had been downgraded because of mounting losses hasn't thrown a wrench into CNE's intent to be acquired by HealthCare Partners of Boston, or
It’s any first-time homeowner’s worst nightmare. “Water is dripping into my basement and I have no idea why!” When Louise Carriere, co-treasurer of Habitat for Humanity, West Bay and …
By ETHAN HARTLEY Warwick School Committee members David Testa and Karen Bachus successfully carved out $155,000 from the FY18 Warwick Public Schools budget to save 1.5 elementary guidance counselor positions, out of the six total that were laid off, at
It’s gotten quieter at Fair House, the grand Victorian on Fair Street in Pawtuxet that the House of Hope has converted into 10 housing units for homeless people. “It’s gotten a lot …
The Kent Center, recipient of a Warwick Rotary Club's annual Community Project Grant Award, has used the $1,373.50, to purchase an automated external defibrillator, storage cabinet, signage, rescue kit and carry case that has been installed at The Kent
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Committee approved $866,290.57 in contract awards for a wide variety of endeavors during Tuesday night's meeting at Toll Gate High School. They also approved $415,823.23 in bid awards, covering projects including new
Last month of camping The Warwick Boys and Girls Club summer camp held at the Masonic Youth Park off Long Street has been a popular program. Outdoor activities keep campers busy on those sunny days and when it rains the camp convenes at the Oakland Beach
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- What started as an idea for four independent elderly care organizations to work together has, in the 20 years since, evolved into the one of the state's most comprehensive networks of care for elderly Rhode Islanders.
By JACQUELYN MOOREHEAD -- Gov. Gina Raimondo flagged $4 million of the 2017 budget to combat the opioid crisis plaguing Rhode Island and enlisted a task force to confront the complicated issues surrounding the problem.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Visitors to Oakland Beach may soon have a choice, besides Iggy's, for where to get a fried doughboy after a ruling to uphold a 2015 Zoning Board of Review (ZBR) decision was made in Kent County Superior Court on Monday.
By JOHN HOWELL -- Not that anyone is anxious to get them or in a rush to pay them, but 50,000 city car tax bills should be ready to go in the mail by Aug. 25.
By JOHN HOWELL -- Senator Sheldon Whitehouse stated the obvious Friday and had everyone laughing...In front of them in the shade of a tent were a number of elected officials as well as the public. And beyond the tent was the view that is the allure of Rocky Point.
An unprecedented visual portrayal of our spectacular, distant neighbor, Jupiter, is now available to everyone on Earth with an internet connection, thanks to a talented Warwick graphic designer (and maybe some help from NASA).