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RECOVERY PLAN: House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello …
Only 65 days into her administration, Governor Gina Raimondo last week advanced an $8.6 billion budget plan for the coming fiscal year, with long-term, intermediate and immediate programs designed to … more
KEEPING WARM: Jean Johnson, executive director of …
This past Thursday, instead of meeting at their usual place, Chelo’s, the Warwick Rotary Club ate a catered lunch in the basement of the all-men’s shelter, Harrington Hall in Cranston. After … more
BEN’S BUDDY: Warwick resident Benjamin …
Benjamin McDermott is a very happy eight-year-old who loves to talk to everyone he meets. However, the Warwick youngster has a problem – he is unable to walk. The son of Shaun and Karyn … more
Next Thursday, United Way 2-1-1 is visiting the Warwick Public Library as a part of the 2-1-1 Connects Tour. The United Way 2-1-1 program, a 24/7 call center, began in 2007 through a partnership … more
The planned showing of Sunday’s Super Bowl at the Park Theatre in Cranston has been canceled at the request of the National Football League. The festivities, dubbed “Family Fun Night,” were … more
As the world seeks to help Nepal in their time of need, after experiencing two 7-plus magnitude earthquakes, a few Warwick residents are coming together to host a fundraiser to benefit Plan … more
Airport Road is going to get another traffic signal. Starting this month, crews will install a signal at the access road to the Rhode Island Airport Corporation maintenance garage. The access road … more
ANXIOUS AUDIENCE: Students, parents and teachers …
In a controversial 4-1 decision Tuesday night, the Warwick School Committee approved a consolidation plan that would close Aldrich and Gorton Junior High … more
ONE BAD YEAR: The play opened up with the …
Be careful about being a bully at Holliman Elementary School, you might just have to stay in summer school until you learn how to be kind. At least, that was the plot of Holliman’s latest play … more
On June 13 people will be walking in City Park to fight the number one cancer killer of women: lung cancer. According to the American Lung Association, less than one percent of women polled knew … more
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