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The New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) will offer two new Master of Science degree programs in October. Perfect for working professionals, the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) is a … more
The city Planning Board has granted master plan approval for an eight-unit condominium development on a 1.19-acre wooded home site next to the Warwick Public Library on Sandy Lane. Michael … more
Frequenters of Conimicut should have reason to rejoice, as a long-awaited plan to improve areas of the village center were approved by the Warwick City Council during their Monday night … more
LARCENYJust after 4 p.m. on Sept. 13, Officer Sara L. Goes responded to the Salvation Army Thrift Store at 1121 Warwick Ave. for a report of larceny. Dispatch advised that a bicycle had been stolen … more
In the last week, eighteen 80-foot girders were welded into place as the replacement bridge deck for Route 95 northbound over Toll Gate Road started coming together. Before it is ready to be moved … more
With master plan approval granted for a development featuring 30 single-family homes, the future of the Christopher Rhodes School – which closed in 2011 – has moved closer to fruition. Ward 2 … more
The Rhode Island Transit Authority has embarked on something it has never attempted – creation of a master plan that considers various modes of transportation and service to meet local community … more
After coming down with severe headaches and other symptoms Kaitlyn Limoges, an 11-year-old sixth grader at Warwick Veterans Middle School, was diagnosed with a rare immunological disorder called Mast … more
New actuarial reports analyzing the city of Warwick’s liabilities for active and retired employee healthcare and the city’s four pension plans have split officials and financial watchdogs into … more
By PETE FONTAINE For many children, fire trucks are an ageless attraction. On Sunday, Sept. 22, fire vehicles of all sizes and shapes will be on display at New England Tech's East Greenwich campus as part of the Rhode Island Antique Fire Apparatus more
“The success of any parish function is not adequately measured by the financial result … it is about the parish family working together for their love of God and their church,” the Rev. Edward … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A local club has reached a settlement with state and federal authorities in connection with allegations of discrimination against people of Cambodian heritage. The office of U.S. Attorney Aaron L. Weisman announced the resolution with more
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