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TOUR OF BLEACHERS: Mayor Scott Avedisian, Jim …
By JOSH ESTRELLA Thayer Arena on Sandy Lane will soon have a new, state-of-the-art bleacher system. Through the efforts of the city, led by Thayer and McDermott Pool manager Jim Dorney, the … more
SOLIDARITY: More than a dozen mayors and town …
At the Senate Labor Committee hearing Tuesday afternoon, the only thing that could be agreed upon is that the “overtime bill” for firefighters is the most important legislation of the 2015 … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police Department. LIFTED LAPTOP Officer John Zaborski responded to the 7-Eleven store at 2080 Warwick Ave. at approximately 8:29 p.m. … more
CONTROL ROOM: Pictured from left to right are …
Whether its tornadoes, hurricanes or blizzards, Ethan Place is ready. On Wednesday morning the assisted living/residential care facility held a mock evacuation as part of Rhode Island Long Term … more
ANXIOUS AUDIENCE: Students, parents and teachers …
In a controversial 4-1 decision Tuesday night, the Warwick School Committee approved a consolidation plan that would close Aldrich and Gorton Junior High … more
LOVE AND MARRIAGE: Hermine and Vincent Confreda …
Hermine, 82, and Vincent Confreda, 86, celebrated their 60th anniversary on April 6 and they will be celebrating again on October 8. In 1955 the couple had two marriage ceremonies, the first in … more
A LADY: The nine-spotted ladybug.
The word is out to find another nine-spotted ladybug…but that doesn’t promise to be easy. Not seen in Rhode Island for 30 years, one bug was found last June in the 2014 Rocky Point Bio-Blitz. … more
TELLING THE STORY: Notices at Dave’s …
Amidst an avian flu outbreak, Rhode Islanders are scrambling to find low-priced eggs as egg prices across the board reached a boiling point. The past few months have been grim … more
Unlike pension plans where the city and its employees contribute to a fund for future payments, the city has no reserves to pay for other post-employment benefits (OPEB) of retirees. Those … more
Police, firefighters and municipal employees who all went without a pay increase in the last three years would receive pay increases amounting to 9 percent over the next three years under agreements … more
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