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The first of several airport construction projects costing $250 million and four years to complete should begin in the next two weeks with the demolition of Hangar 1. The hangar on Airport Road, … more
The Stroke Center at Kent Hospital has introduced a new stroke support group for stroke survivors and caregivers. The next session will take place Wednesday, July 31 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at the … more
On Tuesday night, the School Committee met to approve a budget for next year, utilizing a $2.5 million surplus. However, cuts still needed to be made to cover the full $3.4 million deficit. It … more
DEFYING THE ODDS: City Park beach has remained …
Warwick’s four licensed beaches have been closed due to high bacteria levels for a combined total of 60 days this summer, leading to frustration for Michael Rooney. “Obviously, people go down … more
QUESTIONING FIRE STATION: Virginia Mathewson and …
Thomas Casey Greene, a direct descendant of Revolutionary War General Nathanael Greene, started attending Potowomut School as a kindergartener in 1935 but he talks about the school and his teachers … more
Katelyn Villandry was one of scores of Kent County YMCA campers who found relief at the camp’s spray park Tuesday afternoon. Although temperatures this week pushed 100, campers stayed outside … more
Faced with mounting numbers of animals being endangered by heat stroke, Warwick Police have posted tips and reminders on their website and plan to have a table at the National Night Out in Oakland … more
The East Greenwich Housing Authority’s (EGHA) annual Great Graffiti Contest will be held Saturday, Aug. 3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  The rain date is Aug. 4. The contest is held at “The Luge,” … more
The Police log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police. EMBEZZLEMENT Officer Robert Gauvin reported going to the Radio Shack store at 1800 Post Rd. on July 3 to take custody … more
CLASS OF 2013: JoAnne McGunagle, executive …
The Comprehensive Community Action Program (CCAP) celebrated a class of 320 graduates on Thursday evening at the Park Theatre. Hosting its ninth annual graduating class, the non-profit handed out … more
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