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By JOHN HOWELL The Norwegian Airlines plane that would take 60 passengers on an inaugural flight to the French Caribbean islands of Guadeloupe got more than a water salute when it pulled off the runway Thursday afternoon. The fire trucks were positioned more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The tentative agreement between the Warwick Teachers' Union and the Warwick School Committee is taking longer than was expected to hammer out details into a formal collective bargaining agreement. more
Power outage knocked him off his feet While thousands of Warwick residents went without power last week because of high winds, residents of Knight Street in Pontiac suffered an outage caused when a front-end loader caught a wire leading to the former more
Christopher Fascione of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Gammons Realty has been installed as 2018 President of the Kent Washington Association of REALTORS (KWAOR) at the Association's annual meeting, installation and dinner. The event was held at the more
“A Night at the Club,” being held tonight from 5:30 to 7 p.m., will give the community a chance to see and try out some of the many engaging activities being offered at the new Boys & Girls Clubs … more
By PETE FONTAINE There were all kinds of games going on inside the Tri-City Elks Lodge downstairs dining room Sunday afternoon. There were things like Pull-A-Pumpkin Pop, manned by Jackie Mada Gaga Zebra" Stankevich and Karen "The Witch" McNeil as well" more
By JOHN HOWELL Now there's the cleanup. With roads opened and power finally restored to all 14,136 Warwick National Grid customers who lost it at the height of last week's fierce wind and rainstorm, Department of Public Works crews are sweeping the city more
More to come Motorists traveling south on West Shore Road won't have any question as to when they're entering Conimicut Village. When completed, the new sign will be solar powered and have a flowerbed enclosure, reports Lonnie Barham of the village more
Who says it isn't spring? Its leaves having been blown off by Tropical Storm Jose and with record high temperatures in October, some forsythia has blossomed and sprouted new leaves. Does the plant world know something we don't...that there won't be a more
Representative Jim Langevin visited manufacturing companies throughout Rhode Island on Friday, Oct. 27 in honor of Rhode Island Manufacturing Month, as part of what his office dubbed “Manufacturing … more
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