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To the Editor: When I began my campaign for the Warwick City Council last year, I quickly learned the number one issue on the minds of the voters in Ward 1. Do you support the closing of John Brown Francis Elementary School?" My response during the" more
To the Editor: There has been a lot of talk on how well (or poorly) New England Grid handled restoring power after the big storm. My complaint is with the Warwick Police Department. Let me say upfront, I don't live in Warwick but work there. For more more
I now understand why they made a 24-hour day. Twenty-five hours just doesn't work, or more accurately there's more time than what's good for us. Of course, that's not how most people view the return to standard time. Rather, it's touted as an opportunity more
More to come Motorists traveling south on West Shore Road won't have any question as to when they're entering Conimicut Village. When completed, the new sign will be solar powered and have a flowerbed enclosure, reports Lonnie Barham of the village more
There are simply no words to express life's most tragic sorrows - and nothing drives that point home more than when a bright, well-liked and happy teenager is taken too soon by forces beyond the advances of modern medicine. In the end, a not-well-known more
Arnold E. “Arnie” Stillson, 53, passed away Saturday, November 4, 2017. Born in Warwick, he was a beloved son of Catherine (Chipman) Stillson, and the late Ernest C. Stillson. Arnie worked … more
Former firefighter and EMT Captain Michael Morse will talk about his work as an EMT at the Warwick Public Library on Tuesday, Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. EMTs have astonishing and hard stories, and Michael Morse has 23 years of tales about working as an EMT in more
Who says it isn't spring? Its leaves having been blown off by Tropical Storm Jose and with record high temperatures in October, some forsythia has blossomed and sprouted new leaves. Does the plant world know something we don't...that there won't be a more
Representative Jim Langevin visited manufacturing companies throughout Rhode Island on Friday, Oct. 27 in honor of Rhode Island Manufacturing Month, as part of what his office dubbed “Manufacturing … more
Norman J. LaPlante, 88, died Monday, November 6, 2017. He was the son of the late Emile and Margaret (Turner) LaPlante. Mr. LaPlante had been employed for many years in the construction industry … more
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