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By JOHN HOWELL This is the time of year when marinas are sleeping. Boats sit "e;on the hard"e; in their shrink-wrapped cocoons like rows of giant pillows. Docks are bare and slips empty except for a few hardy souls who want to keep their boats in the water more
By JOHN HOWELL The Warwick Water Division, serving more than 25,000 customers, is looking at a 20.7 percent increase in wholesale water rates this year with additional increases in the following two years, according to a filing made in December with the more
By JOHN HOWELL Jo-Ann Schofield, president and CEO of Mentor RI, wasn't know what to do. She was registered to attend the National Mentor conference next week in Washington, D.C., and then received an email from the school administration asking her to more
By PETE FONTAINE Sophia Skaltsis and Megan Ranucci stood on the Stadium Theater stage in Woonsocket on a recent Sunday afternoon, their hearts pounding and nerves understandably at an all time high as they held hands awaiting the announcement of who more
While Warwick recorded more single-family home sales in 2019 than any other municipality - 1,270 - the increase in median price was slightly below the state average increase of 5.6 percent according to statistics released this week by the Rhode Island more
By JOHN HOWELL Students can't be expected to learn anything in school unless they attend class. And teachers aren't teaching class unless they show up at school. It's that simple, so it's no wonder that Superintendent Phil Thornton is making a big deal more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE As the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump gets underway this week, Rhode Island's senators say they want the process to be thorough and even-handed - although each acknowledged the political realities surrounding the more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Carlon Howard has lived in Rhode Island for nearly a decade, although his roots lie in Georgia, hundreds of miles south of the Ocean State. In his adopted home, he sees a unique opportunity for change - a chance to "e;transform"e; a more
By JOHN HOWELL It appears that in addition to a new Dave's Marketplace, which is a certainty, Wildes Corner will get another traffic light - and Spring Grove Avenue, just as the neighbors have lobbied for, won't be used as an egress and access to a more
By JOHN HOWELL Jeff Flath, who started eNow in 2011 with the goal of developing solar-based charging systems for the transportation industry, likes talking about hockey sticks these days. It's not that eNow, based in Warwick, has taken a turn and gone more
By JOHN HOWELL The Warwick School Committee tabled until its meeting next Thursday the proposal of Superintendent Philip Thornton to restructure the administration to eliminate the positions of director of elementary schools and director of secondary more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The state's educational and economic fortunes are inexorably linked, Gov. Gina Raimondo said during her State of the State address Tuesday night - and with her administration set to unveil its budget plan for the coming fiscal year, more
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