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By CAL BARASH-DAVID In a little white house in the Hoxsie section of the city, days are measured in pillboxes. The structure seems snipped from a picture book. The house is filled with a collection of trinkets that has grown for the past seven decades. more
Beach season kicks off this month in Rhode Island, with reduced parking fees in effect at state facilities. Again this year, daily beach parking for residents will be $6 on weekdays and $7 on weekends and holidays. A season pass is $30 for residents. more
By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Scott Avedisian has stepped up efforts to settle a teacher contract, calling for mediation sessions in addition to the meeting scheduled for May 23 on May 30 and then an all-day session starting at 8 a.m. and ending at 5 p.m. on more
The two Norwegian Airlines 737Max aircraft that will fly 16 weekly flights between Green Airport and Ireland and Scotland beginning this summer are still at Boeing and, as the airlines' director of United States director of communications more
If there is a secret to aging gracefully, Madeline E. Caron seems to have found it. Caron turned 100 years young on Sunday and celebrated with friends and family at Chelos on Post Road. more
By TESSA ROY Tuesday night's School Committee meeting began with apologies from Superintendent Philip Thornton and Building and Grounds Director Steven Gothberg, but it was not enough to mitigate the anger of parents. Parents' feelings were palpable as more
The 33rd annual National Night Out, celebrated Tuesday at Oakland Beach Commons, has become a Warwick tradition thanks to the efforts of Warwick Police, Target and City Councilwoman Donna Travis. more
The water dug a hole A city crew was working to relocate a fire hydrant on Post Road in Apponaug as part of the circulator project when a valve on a 30-inch water main blew, sending a geyser that washed out the adjoining parking lot and sending mud and more
To the Editor: I am a hospital patient advocate. I was working in a shipyard about 42 years ago, when a crane clamp let loose and a 30-foot I-beam fell on my legs. Both were severely injured, but I lost my right one with a below-knee amputation. Since more
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