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The School Committee unanimously passed a resolution last Wednesday encouraging passage of a pair of bills pending in the General Assembly that would increase full-day kindergarten funding by … more
FINAL TOUCHES: Councilmen Joseph Gallucci and Ed …
Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur, who last year doggedly pursued council approval of funding to extend sewers, is appealing to 22,000 Warwick homeowners and businesses to support enabling legislation … more
The firm retained to develop a long-term master and educational facilities plan for the Warwick school district, is in high gear due to the tight time constraints imposed on it. Symms, Maini, … more
Rhode Island State Police reported finding a missing 17-year-old from Massachusetts at the Motel 6 on Jefferson Boulevard on Friday. Troopers said they arrested Adolfo Hernandez, 21, of 21 Sutton St. … more
Donations of cash, gift cards, clothing and household items poured in at a public skating session Sunday for the benefit of the Westgate Condominium fire victims at Thayer Arena. Organized by the … more
A THIRD GENERATION: Gerard Bucci Jr. is following …
Who would imagine that playing cards and a few glasses of wine with one of Warwick’s most powerful industrialists at the time would lead to shipping ice cream to China. That’s one way of … more
Once again legislation concerning concealed carry permits (CCW) has been held back by the City Council for revisions. Councilwoman Camille Vella-Wilkinson (D-Ward 3) began working on this … more
A HELPING TEAM: Coreen St.Jean, Andrea Smith and …
Barbara Smith of Coventry confesses she has a bad habit. She smokes. But if it wasn’t for her smoking, an organization that is now helping the victims of the Westgate Condominium fire may have … more
URI Master Gardener Lee Menard will offer a series of Tuesday classes at Warwick Public Library starting March 31 and continuing April 7 and 14 at 7 p.m. Sign up for a class and take home a packet … more
Buckeye Brook fish count.
Although it may appear that winter is here to stay, for Paul Earnshaw of the Buckeye Brook Coalition, spring is just around the corner and so, too, is the annual fish count. Earnshaw, vice … more
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