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By THOMAS GREENBERG Despite all the historical value that the Pawtuxet Village area on the Cranston/Warwick line has to offer, there's never been a central location for information and education. Until now. The Pawtuxet Village Association is launching more
By JOHN HOWELL Like the mythical Phoenix that rose from the ashes, Warwick firefighters have revived a Fire Explorers Post with 16 youths who will meet three times a month to learn about firefighting and prepare for a career in fire service. Fire more
TENSED UP On Oct. 9 around 5:44 p.m., Officer Ryan Lancaster was approached by a complainant that an unwanted person had allegedly come onto his property on Elmwood Ave. The person was Gary Eddy, a 59-year-old with no known address, who had been told on more
New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) is the first university in Rhode Island to join Project Lead The Way (PLTW), a nonprofit organization founded in 1997. Project Lead The Way focuses on … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY In an effort to satisfy the Rhode Island Department of Education's (RIDE) stringent requirements for what it deems aspirational capacity" - the amount of space per student that the state sees as ideal for students in school - the" more
By ETHAN HARTLEY By this morning more than two years of discord could be in the rear view mirror, and the School Committee and the Warwick Teachers Union could be talking about improving education in Warwick classrooms instead of boycotts, pickets, more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The second part of a series on the opioid epidemic, which delves into the psychology behind addiction and today's cultural environment that cultivates it. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The approximately 31,000 cars that traverse back and forth on Airport Road each day have a new choice to satisfy their hunger, as Palazzo's Pizza and Pub is now open for business. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Warwick Teachers' Union and the Warwick School Committee agreed to a tentative agreement for a new contract in the wee hours of Thursday morning, Oct. 19. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Billy Yates didn't last as a dishwasher at The Inn. It's not that Billy couldn't wash dishes. Rather, he was made a line cook, and that changed his life. more
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