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Det. Capt. Robert Nelson said yesterday that his detectives are still hoping to hear more from people who know anything about the circumstances surrounding the death of John W. “Jack” Fay Jr., … more
A handful of residents say they have no faith in the Warwick Sewer Authority (WSA), claiming it has been mismanaged for more than 20 years. During the last few weeks, they have canvassed Wards 2, 3 … more
The day after school starts, the Long Term Facilities Planning Committee expects to see a number of possible scenarios from the administration as to how to consolidate secondary school buildings in … more
GETTING HIS SIDE: Stacia Petri and Ward 8 …
In an ironic twist, Stacia Petri, and the group that supported her unsuccessful bid for mayor, came before the City Council Monday brandishing a memo written by the council auditor - who they say … more
RUNNING FOR A FIX: The Pilgrim track is covered …
“Our team has so much potential. We work so hard. It would mean the world to us if we could get a better track. We could have better practices and maybe improve as a team,” said Rebecca … more
PREACHING TO THE CLIMATE CHANGE CHOIR: Senator …
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse laid out a three-step battle plan to get Congress to address climate control at a Climate Leaders Summit hosted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) … 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
Governor Lincoln Chafee signed legislation last week requiring high school seniors to be trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) in … more
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved $6,094,017 to pay for relocating recreational ball fields at Winslow Park to a new area near T.F. Green Airport and to continue work on … more
LEADING THE WAY: This swan and cygnets was …
The recent killing of a male swan on Warwick Pond by the Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is prompting Warwick residents and animal rights activists to protest what the DEM maintains is a … more
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