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If you couldn't get in touch with schools on Wednesday, here's why. Landline and Internet connections to Warwick schools were down from about 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., nearly the entire school day. Secretary to the Superintendent Catherine more
For their 12th annual Women of Achievement luncheon, the Young Women's Christian Association of Rhode Island is recognizing 13 accomplished women in the fields of industry culture and public service. Two of the recipients are Warwick more
“Right now the environment of Warwick schools seems toxic. There are a lot of people playing the blame game instead of trying to move anything forward. This is getting us nowhere and, inevitably, … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports by the Warwick Police Department. STOLEN BRACELET On June 8 at 2:11 p.m., Officer Brian Murray was dispatched to the gift shop at Kent Hospital, 455 Toll Gate Road, for a past shoplifting. Murray was met by the more
The day following his selection as the man to rebuild passenger traffic to the levels they were in 2005, if not exceed them, Iftikhar Ahmad was quoting Socrates and sharing his personal quandary as to whether he should introduce a dog to more
A single cigarette rests on the zippered backpack. It's there for when Jacobie [not his real name] takes a break. That's not going to happen for another half hour, because Jacobie - who wears blue shorts flecked with white paint and a dark more
After numerous meetings and seeing the contract offer of the School Department and the counter offer of the Warwick Teachers Union, mediator Vincent Ragosta has concluded the two sides are so set in pursing opposing certain core" more
When it gets hot, it’s cool crusin’ at Oakland Beach. Last Tuesday was the perfect night for it. The wind off Greenwich Bay was refreshing and the sun refracted off all the chrome. There was … more
The last elementary consolidation hearing before the special October 25th School Committee meeting gave community members one more chance to make their voices heard. School Committee Vice Chair Eugene Nadeau thanked community members for more
They didn't know what they were up against, but they knew what they wanted. Over the decades Hoxsie Four Corners has been the home to a farm, retail outlets and service stations. Since the 1950s it has been the venue for a supermarket more
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