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Another airline will commence service from Green Airport, the Rhode Island Airport Corporation disclosed in a release issued Wednesday. OneJet (www.onejet.com), the air transportation network that … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Warwick City Council voted to approve a long list of bid awards amounting to over $3 million for various city departments during their Aug. 21 meeting, as was recommended by the Warwick Finance Committee. more
Celebrating the 4th As it did shortly after being repainted by the city Department of Public Works, the Rocky Point arch supported a giant American flag for July 4. We have to believe DPW director and chief of staff David Picozzi had a hand in the more
By PHOEBE FINN Save The Bay Communications Team Intern Take-out food containers make dinner on the beach easy, but they also threaten the health of Narragansett Bay when left behind. Save The Bay's Warwick Summer Cleanup Series has removed many food and more
BY ETHAN HARTLEY -- Following the defeat of the Senate Republican-led attempt to pass a “skinny repeal” of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse addressed media at T.F. Green. more
Barnes & Noble Warwick will host internationally best-selling author Tess Gerritsen for a discussion and book singing for her new book I KNOW A SECRET: Rizzoli & Isles Series #12 on Saturday, Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. at 1350 Bald Hill Rd., Warwick. Gerritsen's more
By ETHAN HARTLEY In an effort to satisfy the Rhode Island Department of Education's (RIDE) stringent requirements for what it deems aspirational capacity" - the amount of space per student that the state sees as ideal for students in school - the" more
By JOHN HOWELL Having initiated service to Scotland from Green Airport Friday, Norwegian Airlines further defined its commitment to Rhode Island reaffirming Monday that it is in the process of recruiting personnel resulting in the creation of a total of more
By ETHAN HARTLEY By this morning more than two years of discord could be in the rear view mirror, and the School Committee and the Warwick Teachers Union could be talking about improving education in Warwick classrooms instead of boycotts, pickets, more
More than 2,000 Rhode Island volunteers are expected to help the world's largest marine litter cleanup this Saturday. more
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