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Two weeks ago, students in grades 3 through 10 began taking the Partnership for Assessment and Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) test on March 16, and while many feared there would be issues … more
By JANE KENNEY AUSTIN On Tuesday, April 7, changes needed to extend much needed, and in some cases desperately needed, sewer lines were held hostage to satisfy the demands of a small group of … more
GETTING THE DETAILS: Mayor Scott Avedisian talks …
One of the toughest winters in Rhode Island history has failed to throw Ahlborg Construction Corporation off schedule in regards to the fire station under construction in Potowomut. In fact, the … more
SNOW WON’T STOP THEM; A recycling truck makes …
Tuesday was better than Monday. At least it wasn’t snowing, but Richard Oakes was still dealing with a form of whiteout. Oakes is one of 14 sanitation and recycling truck drivers who, with the … more
By JOHN HOWELL The City of Warwick will put the “pink slips” in the mail this week, or at latest Monday. Pink slips? Yes, more than 38,000 of them. The pink slips are not layoff notices, … more
When Arik De, chief operating officer for Cape Verde Airlines (TACV), bragged at a reception Tuesday at Green Airport that in the last month 87 percent of airline’s flights were on time, there was … more
HEAVYWEIGHTS: Local boxing legend Vinny Paz was …
American rapper and entrepreneurial giant 50 Cent, also known as Curtis Jackson, visited I.M. Gan Discount Liquors in Warwick on Saturday. The musician is an ambassador for Effen Vodka, and made a … more
THE CITY IS GOING TO TEAR IT DOWN: After years of …
A single strategy, such as increasing fines to $1,000 a day, may not answer all of the problems the city encounters with abandoned and foreclosed homes. But while an ad hoc committee studying the … more
ONCE UPON A TIME: Richard Crenca with a …
Richard J. Crenca might have wished for warmer weather and less snow, but not necessarily for the same reasons as most Warwick residents. The city’s principal planner and liaison with the DOT on … more
Legislation that would move certain sex offenders a further 700 feet away from schools has passed both chambers of the General Assembly. The measure now heads to the governor’s office. The House … more
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