January 28, 2015
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It’s easier to drop an envelope in the mail than fighting for a parking space and standing in line to pay taxes, but the numbers would suggest that some taxpayers want receipts and are willing to … more
WIRED FOR CHRISTMAS: With wires – more than …
Christmas arrives on Nov. 27 at 8:30 p.m. sharp. Well, of course it doesn’t, unless you’re Frank Picozzi. Like everyone else, Picozzi will celebrate Thanksgiving on Nov. 27 but, as his … more
A teller at Wave Credit Union on Warwick Avenue just said “No” to a 25-year-old homeless man who demanded money from the teller on Tuesday. Police searched the neighborhood after the man fled on … more
READY FOR AUG. 24 EVENT: Stylist Amanda …
Sue Mello has been cutting hair for 20 years and when her 8-year-old stepdaughter was diagnosed with aplastic anemia and lost her hair from chemotherapy, she realized how hair becomes our security; … more
In a release issued last week, Sen. William A. Walaska (D-Dist. 30, Warwick) said he is extremely disappointed that the Rhode Island Airport Corporation acted unilaterally and without required public … more
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This June, when it came time for candidates to declare and collect signatures to appear on the ballot, there was a lack of candidates across the city. Many incumbents found themselves unchallenged. … more
Richard D'Agostino, Superintendent of Warwick Schools, said this morning that police officers were present at all city schools this morning and that staff have been reminded to ensure that building … more
SLOWING TRAFFIC: Raised crosswalks on Fair Street …
On Dec. 10 at about 4 p.m., John Lacki stepped off the curb and into the crosswalk on West Shore Road at the Conimicut Post Office. In the next moments, his life changed. A car driven by Joseph … more
DUI AND REFUSALS Officer Manuel Pacheco reported he was dispatched to an accident near 1501 West Shore Rd. on Dec. 21. He said he approached one of the drivers who was beside a Ford pickup truck … more
A BIG STEP: Holding the family Bible to be used …
Snow frosted her hair and flecked her red wool jacket. The state’s first female governor rubbed her hands. With enthusiasm belying the chill of the day, Gina M. Raimondo, 43, looked out from the … more
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