By JOHN HOWELL Sixty percent of work on Phase III of Governor Francis sewers is completed, with most of the pipe in the ground and crews now concentrating on stubs for home connections. But the cost to the homeowners, projected at $21,000, remains a
By JOHN HOWELL -- A daunting lineup was seated in the front of the room to discuss the ongoing fight against overdoses and how to improve treatment in the state.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The two top officials from the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) spent about two hours touring various pathway programs offered at the Warwick Area Career and Tech Center, and were impressed with what they saw.
Don’t fret if you missed Warwick episodes of “Live PD” or you just are wishing for more of the TV show, because the boys in blue will be back on Friday.
By JOHN HOWELL Liddle Tots II Teen at Pond Plaza, the proposed site of a controversial three-story self-storage unit, is open again after a Superior Court Justice found that the landlord had improperly evicted the business serving 130 children. According
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Greenwood Volunteer Fire Company #1 is asking for support to help raise funds to continue making repairs to their hall, which also doubles as a museum for antique firefighting trucks and accessories and historical information...
By ETHAN HARTLEY Newly elected Ward 8 City Councilman Anthony Sinapi was probably wishing he had at least chosen to wear a nice pair of slacks on Monday night, as he was invited by Council President Steve Merolla to take his Ward 9 chair and watch the
Last of the connections Emergency repairs to two burst pipes near the Cedar Swamp wastewater pumping station that flushed 300,000 gallons of sewage into the drainage area of Buckeye Brook were completed Friday. According to the Warwick Sewer Authority,
Flight Tango - the 20th flight conducted by the Rhode Island Association of Fire Chiefs - was held Saturday with 24 veterans, leaving and returning to Green Airport after a full day of visiting the nation's war memorials in Washington. As it has done
By ETHAN HARTLEY A hearing scheduled for last night's City Council meeting in which the Warwick School Department would have presented its results from a third-party audit that analyzed its fiscal and programmatic practices was postponed in light of
By ETHAN HARTLEY Could a pasta, chicken and meatball dinner really bring people together to talk civilly about the most important issues facing us as a state? Those in charge of the experimental dinner sessions are saying, yes, it can indeed. Starting in
By JOHN HOWELL With the Democratic primary having determined the matchup for the mayoral election, Republican Sue Stenhouse opened her campaign headquarters Friday with a message that Warwick voters deserve the leadership that has the resolve and
By JOHN HOWELL Emo Gordon has been a member for 65 of the 70 years there's been a Greenwood Credit Union. He and his wife June were part of a group that gathered in the institution Thursday morning to commemorate GCU's 70th anniversary. He was also among