January 29, 2015
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TO BE REPLACED: The Barton Corner Bridge over …
In a first-of-its-kind project for the state, the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) will soon replace the Barton Corner Bridge carrying I-95 over Route 2 on the Warwick-West Warwick … more
Up for re-election this year, Sen. Jack Reed has been meeting Rhode Islanders across the state in recent weeks. “The great thing about Rhode Island is that the people are thoughtful and willing … more
Four bids have been submitted in response to a Request for Proposals (RFP) issued by the School Committee for an outside consultant to examine the school district and develop a plan for the future. … more
Rhode Islanders haven’t wasted any time responding to an appeal to raise money for food supplies for Ebola-stricken Liberia in West Africa. Within hours of an announcement asking for contributions … more
COVERED: Dozens of winter moths cluster on the …
An invasive species of moth is making its presence known in Warwick this time of year, and they aren’t wallet moths from too much holiday shopping. The Operophtera brumata, better known as the … more
What is planned for Elizabeth Mill on Jefferson …
Once viewed as what would make Warwick development different from “anywhere USA,” the Elizabeth Mill dating from 1875 will soon come down. In its place will rise a $50 million, four-story … more
"There is a growing need in our region for …
By next year at this time, Hendricken won’t be just a high school. The school will also have an eighth-grade class numbering 40 to 45 students. And the students won’t be the average … more
EMBEZZLED Officer Stephen Major went to Macy’s in Warwick Mall on Dec. 12 to speak with a loss prevention manager who told him she was checking employee packages as they left the store and found … more
DIGGING: Alan Gettman, the mosquito abatement …
Save the Bay and Rocky Hill School have been working together since 2012 to unearth a blocked creek in the Potowomut salt marsh behind Rocky Hill School. On Monday morning, with help from the RI … more
VULNERABLE LINES: Brian Steinkamp points out some …
It was a comparatively balmy 22 degrees at 5:30 a.m. Friday. The city’s 14 automated sanitation and recycling trucks were all running and waiting for their drivers. David Picozzi, acting … more
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