September 23, 2014
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Police are releasing new information about the May 17th, 2013 murder of John “Jack” Fay. Fay was killed while jogging on the bike path at Warwick City Park. The Warwick Police recovered a sledge … more
BABY'S FIRST SERIES: Kelly and Mike Xiarhos won …
Someday, Mike and Kelly Xiarhos will tell their child about the time they went to the World Series at Fenway Park. They’ll talk about the crowd going crazy, Lester twirling a gem, Napoli … more
Congressman James Langevin said Friday that he’s working to bring legislation to the House floor that would delay higher flood insurance premiums for four years. “It has my attention and the … more
Saturday morning the School Department presented its fiscal year 2015 adopted budget request of $160.6 million to the City Council for consideration. The request includes an increase of $2.1 million … more
COMMUNITY SUPPORT: Derek Anderson, president of …
“Now the work begins,” said a smiling Ray D’Abate after the City Council unanimously gave first passage to a zone change Monday night, allowing construction of a 6-story, 127-room hotel in … more
SAFETY FIRST: Firefighters attended the Live Line …
Local firefighters were told yesterday to shuffle – not run or walk – when approaching an accident or scene with downed electrical wires. Being in the midst of hurricane season, National Grid … more
The campaign for the Republican nomination for mayor between incumbent Scott Avedisian and Stacia Petri is now being played out on Facebook. Avedisian set up a Facebook page – “Avedisian for … more
CONIMICUT LIGHTHOUSE
It’s been 10 years since the city took possession of the Conimicut Shoals Lighthouse in a no-cash transfer from the Government Services Administration. Since then, the city has done nothing with … more
AT BREAKFAST: DEM Director Janet Coit was among …
Janet Coit, director of the Department of Environmental Management (DEM), believes people will take stewardship of the environment. “I think we’re at a point where people get it,” she said … more
Even the city’s biggest champion for the extension of sewers and improvements in sewer operations doesn’t hold much hope for the General Assembly passing enabling legislation this year, which, … more
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