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The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) announced it will implement a detour for a portion of Route 117 East in Warwick effective Monday, February 18. The detour is needed to provide a safe work zone as part of the $6.1 million more
Writer Jane Austen was stunningly good at portraying ordinary people in everyday life and especially at telling tales of women pursuing social standing and security. Stylish movie versions of her first four novels will be shown at Warwick Public Library more
By KELLSIE KING Steven Murray, president of the Community College of Rhode Island Faculty Union, was removed from his position as the Criminal Justice & Legal Studies department chair last month. He says the action is a result of his work with the no" more
Their friend remembered Members of the Warwick Department of Public Works used their break time Monday morning to pay tribute to Richard Cole, who worked for the city for 20 years. In addition, at Sunday's wake at Quinn Funeral Home several pieces of DPW more
By JOHN HOWELL Chris Uth was a member of the Pilgrim robotics team at the 13th annual FIRST Tech Challenge hosted by the New England Institute of Technology Saturday, only this time he was a coach. Uth and Dan Martini were members of Larry West's first more
A set of bills aimed at preventing workplace sexual harassment and discrimination have been introduced in the Rhode Island House of Representatives by members of a legislative commission that studied the issue last year. Led by Rep. Teresa Tanzi (D-Dist. more
With flames that could be seen from as far away as West Shore Road, fire consumed the better part of the second story of 20 Overton St. in Oakland Beach Thursday morning. “I thought it was the … more
PEDESTRIAN STRUCK On Feb. 8 at 7:10 p.m., the Warwick Police Department responded to the area of 2406 Post Road for a report of a pedestrian who had been struck by a car. Officers arrived on scene and found an unresponsive 63-year-old male lying in the more
Special honor Irina V. Diffley of Warwick was among the 22 new members inducted into the Gamma Lambda Chapter of the Alpha Delta Nu nursing honor society at the Community College of Rhode Island on Jan. 15. Family members were invited to see the more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Warwick is the most affordable place to live in Rhode Island, at least according to a study recently released by, which assessed the most affordable places to live in America. The study examined cities and towns of more more
By JOHN HOWELL Usually when Mayor Joseph Solomon is invited to Green Airport it's to be a part of an announcement that another airline has chosen to fly out of Rhode Island, opening new destinations and bringing more economic opportunities to the city more
By JOHN HOWELL Former Warwick firefighter captain and former state Representative Peter Ginaitt is no longer chair of the Warwick Sewer Authority - when his term expired last month Mayor Joseph Solomon named Carlo Pisaturo to succeed him - but he more
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