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By JOHN HOWELL This was not the Thanksgiving delivery anyone wished for. Wednesday morning at 8:10 the Warwick Sewer Authority got the first of several calls from an Armory Drive resident that sewage was backing up into their basement. Hardly three more
By JOHN HOWELL On Oct. 16 Ken Block went on WPRO's Dan Yorke show to comment on stories that the Warwick Firefighters and the city had a side deal that altered the payment for unused sick time from annual to monthly payments. Block, who unsuccessfully more
Safety wins Well, the votes have been counted and the results aren't being contested. It's official that Cedar Hill School 5th grader Grace Marchand is the governor and 1st grader Brenton Zagryn is the mayor of Bus 35. Bus driver Bre Paine, who ran the more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Department presented its three-year plan to the Warwick School Committee on Tuesday night, which focused on a comprehensive move away from the chaos caused by consolidation towards a student-first agenda of improved more
By ETHAN HARTLEY During a time of the year characterized by excessive consumption of food, the Rhode Island Community Food Bank's recently released 2018 status report on hunger paints an unfortunate picture as to the state of food insecurity in the more
Richmond Grange #6 is hosting a holiday bazaar Nov. 24 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. featuring many local craft vendors, white elephant table, bake table and lunch counter. Proceeds to benefit their adopt a family project. Spring Green Memorial Church, 1350 Warwick more
After working for 38 years at Phred’s Drug, Jean Ricci won’t be interviewing for a job with CVS, when Phred’s closes its doors for the last time on Nov. 29. “I don’t want to cry for a … more
For those interested in holiday decorating, Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 are very big days. On that Friday and Saturday, the URI Master Gardeners will host their annual poinsettia sale, and 25 different poinsettia varieties will be available for purchase. The more
By PETE FONTAINE Fun, food and fellowship! Those words, as well as some super shopping bargains, raffle prizes and home-cooked food best describe Saturday's St. Barnabas Episcopal Church Holiday Bazaar in Warwick. Chairperson Emily Seddon said the more
Many neighbors are helping their neighbors this Thanksgiving, providing food baskets to hundreds of families, according to Roberta Steinle of the city's department of human services. Steinle coordinates Neighbors Helping Neighbors, which matches those in more
Carolyn Mark, a longtime policy advocate and current chair of the East Greenwich school committee, has been elected Chair of the Economic Progress Institute Board of Directors. Mark takes over for Lisa Roth Blackman, Chief Development Officer of the more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Andres Gonzales and Isamar Morales are only 23 and 25 years old respectively, but both are already leaders in their fields. And although neither of them seemed particularly keen on being in the spotlight, their blossoming careers in more
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