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PARKING LOT MEETING VOTE: City Council members …
It didn’t happen last year and it seemed like there was a conspiracy to stop it from happening this year when a bomb threat forced the City Council to adjourn Monday. After reconvening the … more
Lincoln Chafee has launched a website, Chafee …
Lincoln Chafee, who has served as mayor of Warwick, governor and U.S. senator, is mulling a run for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination.“Throughout my career, I exercised good judgment … more
“Barnes & Noble is doing something special because they aren’t only recognizing amazing student work, they are also recognizing everything that teachers do every day,” Dr Caroline Savery, a … more
The public superintendent candidate forum that had been tentatively scheduled for April 28 has now been pushed back. The School Committee plans to use questions taken from a community survey to pose … more
Mayor Scott Avedisian didn’t waste any time Tuesday after learning that Judy Wild had considered and would accept the appointment as city clerk to succeed Marie Alhert; accompanied by Alhert, he … more
A TEAM: Tammy Flanagan is pictured with Ava, a …
Ava, a 3-year-old boxer mix, was adopted from the East Greenwich Animal Protection League (EGAPL) as a puppy but after a family illness was returned to the league a few weeks ago. Two-year-old … more
Cintron
A man wanted in connection with a robbery and carjacking in Cranston has been taken into custody in Connecticut. Jerry Cintron, 33, was arrested at the Walmart store in Lisbon, Conn., without … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police Department. NARCOTICS Officer Aaron Steere was on routine patrol in the area of the Motel 6, Jefferson Blvd., on March 6 when … more
Vince Wilfork, former New England Patriots defensive captain and lineman and former Governor Philip W. Noel will receive honorary degrees at the Sunday, May 3 New England Institute of Technology … more
Instead of hot dogs and hamburgers, fireworks and lawn chairs, the block party hosted by Brown University’s Humanity Centered Robotics Initiative and Rhode Island Students of the Future will be … more
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