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Following high-profile incidents involving autonomous vehicle technologies, a new report from AAA's multi-year tracking study indicates that consumer trust in these vehicles has quickly eroded. Today, three-quarters (73 percent) of American drivers more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Salter Grove Memorial State Park is in for some major improvements that its advocates are hopeful will bring a new restorative life to the unique piece of open space for Pawtuxet neighbors and park visitors. Two projects have now more
Partners HealthCare and Care New England Health System announced Wednesday the signing of a definitive agreement formalizing Partners' planned acquisition of Care New England (CNE). Kent in Warwick is a CNE hospital. The release asserts that, The" more
By ETHAN HARTLEY As former Warwick City Council President and now Acting Mayor Joseph Solomon watched from the upper balcony with a smile on his face, Merolla took time to thank both Solomon and former mayor Scott Avedisian as he assumed the duties of more
By JOHN HOWELL There are already questions about former Mayor Scott Avedisian's proposed $310.6 million budget, but it appears there will be a limited number of people to answer them when the City Council begins the budget review Tuesday starting at 5 more
GRADE 9: HIGH HONORS: Hayley M. Alves, Emma-Rose T. Andrade, Michelle Antelo, Phakeo Arounerangsy, Cole R. Baptista, Cassandra Beaune, Jocelynn Bechtel, Daniel Bergeron, Alexander Bigbie, Tatyana M. Boiano, Haelly Botelho, Christian Michael Brown, more
NOTICE: For your convenience, you can e-mail your bulletin board notices to briang@rhodybeat.com as well as mail to 1944 Warwick Ave., Warwick, RI 02889, or fax to 732-3110. Tri-City Elks The car show is up and running on Thursday evenings starting at 5 more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Starting now and going into the fall months, there will be new state trucks travelling through Rhode Island in the department of transportation's (DOT) quest to preserve the life of the state's 1,179 bridges, many of which DOT more
Homes for feather friends Wayne Cabral, Carl Bergden and Mike Clark, members of the Warwick Wildlife and Conservation Commission, installed three wood duck boxes in the Hunts River last Thursday. Boxes were constructed by the commission to be installed more
Making a record Toll Gate Urban Sociology students Kamren Catucci, Nick Coffey, Ryan Conley and Matthew Martinez met with Mayor Avedisian after completing a semester working with the Warwick Commission on Historical Cemeteries. The students photographed more
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