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MAKING HER CASE: Debra Vita, accompanied by …
Jeanne Pass lives in Old Buttonwoods in a house built more than 100 years ago. She would like something about 1,000 square feet bigger, more modern and keeping with the style of the neighborhood. … more
With interest rates remaining favorable, Mayor Scott Avedisian announced yesterday he hopes to save the city about $1 million in interest costs on $27 million of bonded debt over the next 10 … more
Approximately 400 students representing more than 50 schools from across the state will participate in the RI Science and Engineering Fair this weekend at the Knight Campus of CCRI. Competing … more
REJOICING: During a recent visit to the …
Maureen King admits it was boredom and a commercial that prompted her to check the Treasury’s Unclaimed Property website, but she’s glad she did. King found just over $10,000 that belonged to her … more
On Monday night, the City Council approved issuance of $3.4 million in bonds for the third phase of school fire code improvements. At the same meeting, city purchasing practices came under scrutiny … more
Through March and April, the Westbay Community Action’s Marketplace pantry will participate in the Annual Feinstein $100,000 Giveaway to Fight Hunger food drive and fundraising program. The Alan … more
OBSTRUCTING Officer Nicolas Reay reported stopping a car for not having brake lights on Bald Hill Road around 7:20 p.m. on Feb. 26. He said the driver was evasive about who he was and said he … more
The following Bishop Hendricken High School students from Warwick earned academic honors for the second quarter. 9th Grade President’s List: Patrick Creamer, Jared Forrest, Lucas Gesmundo, … more
HOME COOKING: At Nick and Joan’s Place on …
The Warwick Avenue restaurant, Nick and Joan’s Place, is celebrating 30 years of serving up delicious breakfast and lunch specials this weekend, offering all customers 30 percent off their tabs on … more
LET’S DO IT: William Roberge told his neighbors …
Give it a chance and then decide if there are problems. That, essentially, was the offer Comprehensive Community Action Program (CCAP) made Tuesday when neighbors turned out to protest a plan to … more
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