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By REP. AARON REGUNBERG Last April, Karen Baldwin lobbied the General Assembly about a new employment benefit law. There is nothing unusual about lobbyists-usually hired guns-in the State House. What was different was this time it was a direct support more
Ouch Last Friday and Saturday's storm not only brought power outages to 150,000 National Grid customers but also downed many trees and limbs across the city. One of those properties that unfortunately wasn't spared from storm Riley's wrath was this home more
By SOPHIA MAYNARD Even a water-damaged auditorium can't stop this show. Despite burst sprinkler pipes from January's deep freeze that damaged Toll Gate High School's auditorium, the cast and crew of Catch Me If You Can" proved they were resilient. They" more
BREAKING AND ENTERING On Feb. 19 at approximately 9:27 a.m. Officer Nicholas DiNardo, along with other Officers, responded to the report of a possible burglary at Tracy's Greenhouse on West Shore Road. One witness told the Officer that she saw broken more
The forecast put a dampener on the opening of Tides Restaurant. Tides has been a part of the culinary program at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center for years. Only now, instead of being in a windowless room capable of seating 60 people at best, more
In celebration of his 18th year in office, Mayor Scott Avedisian will be hosting the first ever “Mayor for a Day” contest in the City of Warwick. The contest, which is open to all 8th grade … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY For the second time the Warwick City Council refrained from making a decision on a proposed initiative to purchase its more than 9,000 streetlights from National Grid in order to potentially save over a half million dollars in the short more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Both Pilgrim High School and Toll Gate High School students will be participating in a nationwide demonstration originally organized by the Women's March at 10 a.m. on Wedensday, March 14 in response to the Parkland, Fla. School more
The Ocean State Center for Independent Living will host Lunch & Learn Workshops at both OSCIL locations in Warwick and Pawtucket in March. The topic for both workshops is Medication Adherence-The Benefits of Multi-Dose Packaging. A representative from more
With over 10,000 students and teachers, the Warwick Public School district is a massive undertaking when it comes to keeping everyone safe and secure in an increasingly tense period of time where school shootings are, unfortunately, in the back of more
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