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Gas prices are higher in half of the U.S. states this week, including Rhode Island, where a three-cent jump is the first increase since early May, according to AAA Northeast. Higher crude oil prices, robust demand and shrinking supply, plus the closure more
Marching Forth The Riverview Improvement Association held its annual Independence Day parade and celebration on Sunday, drawing residents of the neighborhood for a procession from River Vue and Wentworth avenues to Lippitt Park. Participants enjoyed more
Mayor Joseph J. Solomon recently stopped by the Salter Grove Park, off Narragansett Parkway, where over $100,000 worth of grant-funded improvements are underway. City workers are providing the required grant match with in-kind labor, including the site more
FRAUD Just after 10:30 a.m. on June 21, Officer Gregory C. Accinno responded to Balise of Warwick at 1400 Post Road for a report of a fraudulent check. At the scene, a service manager at Balise told Accinno that a man had brought his 2018 Toyota RAV4 in more
A new report from the Warwick School Department has revealed that school lunch debt skyrocketed following an outpouring of donations to the district after national media attention shined a spotlight … more
Boston’s Logan has long been the big boy on the block and the airport T.F. Green needs to outperform to capture a bigger share of the 7 million-people market they both serve. Even before … more
In less than two years, 13-year-old Chloe Pena will have gone from receiving the life-changing diagnosis of Type 1 diabetes to advocating before the United States Congress in the hopes of improving … more
The City of Warwick has decided how to allocate its $150,000 in contributive support for 30 various groups and organizations throughout the city – and although there are many groups benefiting from … more
There was plenty of American spirit down at the Masonic Youth Center on Long Avenue in Warwick, the site of the Boys and Girls Club summer camp activities. About 90 kids were enjoying the summer … more
Schools across Rhode Island are breaking for summer vacation, putting pause to the breakfast and lunch programs that tens of thousands of children count on for meals during the academic year. Losing access to the program puts additional strain on more
General Assembly approves 2020 state budget bill The General Assembly has approved a $9.97 billion budget (2019-H 5151Aaa) for the 2020 fiscal year that largely avoids new taxes while strengthening education, continuing the car-tax phase-out, maintaining more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Starting Monday, residents of other communities will need to be accompanied by an adult Cranston resident when using the Budlong Pool. The policy change comes following concerns about overcrowding and a recent incident involving a more
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