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By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Scott Avedisian was on his cell phone. The snow had changed to rain that ticked heavily on the windshield as the wipers flicked back and forth. DPW director and chief of staff David Picozzi was at the wheel. He was stopped in front more
Quahog Week, which made its debut last year, returns March 20 through March 25. The weeklong celebration highlights the importance of Rhode Island’s wild harvest shellfish to the state’s history, … more
On Wednesday, March 15, from 10:45 a.m. to 10 p.m., Chipotle Mexican Grill will host a fundraiser across all Rhode Island restaurants to support the Muscular Dystrophy Association, which can be … more
While searching for films, Warwick librarian Wil Gregersen fell into a rabbit hole of marvelously unconventional movies written and directed by women. Gregersen has selected wild movie treasures to be aired at Warwick Public Library on Thursdays, March more
Last Tuesday night's School Committee meeting brought some changes to school calendars, administrator contracts and potentially to a social media policy. The discussion on the adoption of Social Media Policy and Guidelines for Employee Use more
Not even the threat of a blizzard can apparently stop the Bishop Hendricken High School “An Enchanted Evening.” Co-chair of one of the most anticipated events on the school calendar, Lori … more
Friday's snow clung to branches and coated rooftops. It also lent contrast to the natural and artificial decorations to this tree in the courtyard of the Warwick Public Library and, as seen from the Pawtuxet River bridge in East Natick, more
By TESSA ROY Warwick has become the first complete school district to be equipped with Mutualink, a security system that when prompted with a panic button links communications between schools, the mall, police and fire departments and the hospital. It's" more
I love this time of year when the early morning light opens the day before the hum of traffic and the rush of jets. Friday was an unlikely candidate for such solitude. Dawn arrived gently, a gray brightening in place of the orange glow that filled the more
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