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By JOHN HOWELL A vestige of what was once part of the throbbing industrial center of Apponaug - the saw tooth building in the Apponaug Mill complex - could have a new life as a service office for AAA Northeast. With a bid of $875,000 at yesterday's more
STOLEN GENERATOR AND BLOWER On Sept. 1 at approximately 2:26 p.m., Officer Nicholas DiNardo responded to the Quaker Lane Lowe's for a report of a prior shoplifting. Upon arrival he met with the reporting party who provided a statement stating that, on more
He's got the key now Warwick School Superintendent Philip Thornton turned over the keys to the former school administration building and former Hoxsie School built in 1926 to Mayor Scott Avedisian yesterday afternoon. School administration offices have more
A truck carrying a 560,000-pound load that didn't gain proper permit approval before hitting the highway has finally moved out of R.I. following a lengthy process. more
The Kent Center, recipient of a Warwick Rotary Club's annual Community Project Grant Award, has used the $1,373.50, to purchase an automated external defibrillator, storage cabinet, signage, rescue kit and carry case that has been installed at The Kent more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) and the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) today announced a mosquito sample collected on Tuesday, Sept. 5 in Warren has tested positive for West Nile Virus (WNV). This is the third more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On Oct. 12 at approximately 8 p.m., Officer Derek Mourato observed a car traveling westbound on Centerville Road that was swerving in and out of its lane. A traffic stop was initiated nearby the Pizza Hut, at which time the more
Lyme Newport Support will sponsor a Tick-or-Treat" Lyme Disease Educational Rally today from 2 to 5 p.m. in front of the Rhode Island State House. The rally will be held in the courtyard area on the Smith Street side of the building. The event will" more
The flag is back [Photo gallery]
With the removal of a giant pine that obscured the flagpole, the colors are once again flying at Hoxsie School. And to commemorate the occasion, the entire school turned out Thursday – Flag Day – … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The sun beamed down on a seemingly endless swath of blueberry bushes, with dozens of foragers, young and old, peacefully patrolling for a fresh taste of summer in Rhode Island. Monday was the first day of the blueberry picking season at more
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