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By JOHN HOWELL Even before commencing operations at Green Airport, Norwegian Airlines announced yesterday that it's expanding service with nonstop twice-weekly flights to the French Caribbean islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique starting Oct. 29 and Oct. more
Without outlining the specifics of how it could be accomplished in the face of projections of lower state revenues, House Majority Leader and Warwick Representative K. Joseph Shekarchi said Wednesday he believes legislators would take the more
By TESSA ROY Even before the City Council completed its review of Mayor Scott Avedisian's proposed $310 million budget, the mayor trimmed expenses and his proposed tax rates. Tuesday night's hearing began with an amendment from Avedisian to reflect an more
By JOHN HOWELL Gaspee Days is a good time for a fresh beginning. Beth Veltri hadn't thought of it that way, but the timing for a new Jewish congregation to move from its former temple in Warwick to Trinity Church in Pawtuxet coincides with the day for more
Lorraine Okerholm and her daughter Kristy took some time Saturday to visit the family plot at Pawtuxet Memorial Cemetery to place a flag on the grave of their grandfather and great-grandfather, … more
Retired Warwick Police Captain Joseph Coffey comes from a family of servicemen. His father, one of 14 siblings, is a Vietnam veteran. One of his uncles died on the beach of Iwo Jima and another … more
Warwick’s secondary special education program has “no widespread illegal practices” in place, according to a review of secondary level special education conducted by the Rhode Island Department … more
The R.I. Society of CPAs was presented with the Harold B. Soloveitzik Professional Leadership Award by the Rhode Island Foundation at the Foundation’s 2017 Annual Meeting held in Providence May 24. … more
Members of Lockwood High School’s Class of 1945 held their 72nd reunion May 21 at the Greenwood Inn. Robert Markham, brother of Raymond Markham (who is pictured), said most of this group still … more
School administrators and the School Committee were faced with questions and lecturing by members of the City Council Friday at the first 2017-18 fiscal budget hearing. Mayor Scott Avedisian’s … more
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