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DRY STEAKS: Ron Farrell, chair of the Warwick …
Torrential downpours Wednesday night didn’t deter about 100 Warwick Democrats from turning out for a steak fry at the K of C Hall on Sandy Lane. At the event council members gave brief updates of … more
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) has awarded a contract to repair the East Avenue West Bridge, which carries traffic for Route 113 (East Avenue) over I-295 in Warwick. The work … more
William DePasquale, who has served as interim chief of staff since Mark Carruolo retired on June 20, 2014 and took the planning job in West Warwick, will be going back to the planning department. … more
EAT UP: Christian Santa Cruz, an employee at Iron …
Rhode Island Restaurant Week continues this week with four participating Warwick locations: Legal Sea Foods, Iron Works Tavern, 1149 and Elizabeth of Portofino. The 10th Annual Restaurant Week began … more
Over the next five years the Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI) could receive nearly $3 million in federal funding. U.S. Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse and U.S. Representatives … more
The operator, identified as 23-year-old Matthew Bell of West Warwick, was reportedly in serious but stable condition at Rhode Island Hospital. more
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A woman is facing charges after Cranston police shut down a massage parlor suspected of conducting illegal massages and prostitution. The investigation into Sun Massage, located at 96 Rolfe … more
Test results from all 129 mosquito pools, or samples, from 35 traps set statewide during the week of June 29 are negative for both West Nile Virus and Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE), the … more
PROLOGUE: From left, Gillian Tiley, Peter …
By KELCY DOLAN “Anything can happen in the woods,” Cinderella’s Prince says in “Into the Woods,” and the same can be said for Hendricken’s Summer Stage program. In only three weeks … more
MEETING THE MAYOR: Campers meet Mayor Avedisian …
Campers at the Masonic Youth Center were excited to see the mayor would be serving them lunch last Thursday. The kids gathering excitedly around him wore T-shirts and shorts as he handed them their … more
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