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By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Pilgrim Political Involvement Club (Pil-PI) welcomed Cranston Mayor and 2018 Republican gubernatorial candidate Allan Fung to the school on Tuesday to talk about his bid for governor and how he hopes to be able to impact the state... more
On Jan. 9, 2018, the Warwick Police Department charged Dorothy Andrade, 76, with one count of misdemeanor larceny, which carries the possibility of up to one year of jail time and as much as a $500 fine. The charge stemmed from an investigation into the more
By ANNA BEAULIEU -- Ian Robb is going for the gold, but it may take him a few years. Robb, 15 from Warwick, has taken on the Congressional Award challenge... more
By JOHN HOWELL Joseph Solomon got a lift to work Wednesday from his son, Joseph Solomon Jr. That was a good thing, because not until he got to City Hall did he get the keys to the mayor's car. Solomon, who assumed the role of acting mayor Wednesday, was more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A meeting intended to get suggestions and feedback from the City Council on how to proceed with a bond to start repairing the city's schools went over four hours last week. more
Mayor Scott Avedisian stepped behind the counter at Sam’s New York System on Freeborne Street across from Thayer Arena on Monday to try his hand at preparing hot wieners. The reason for the visit … more
By JOHN HOWELL It was the new - if a heating system installed in the early 1990s is new - that failed during the recent cold snap, bursting a sprinkler pipe and closing Toll Gate High School on Jan. 8. And, ironically, it was the failure of that new"" more
By ETHAN HARTLEY An ordinance that would require the city's administration to alert the Warwick City Council about the firing or hiring of all city department heads within 24 hours that was unanimously passed by the council was, in turn, vetoed by Mayor more
Here are the highlights from news and events that took place in the General Assembly last week. For more information on any of these items visit www.rilegislature.gov/pressrelease. House passes McNamara bill requiring carbon monoxide detectors in schools more
Designs on winning Graphics arts students at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center have a way of winning design contests sponsored by nonprofits and corporations. Instructor Jann Rogers Gartner has high hopes of continuing the trend. Her students more
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