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By ETHAN HARTLEY With another election season set to kick into gear, the question has already begun to swirl regarding who may jump into the race and declare their candidacy for various elected positions in Warwick. Primarily, one may wonder if there more
By JOHN HOWELL Spring Grove residents are excited about the former Benny's at Wildes Corner becoming a Dave's Marketplace, but they don't want the traffic they believe a neighborhood access road would bring. And Carpionato Group, that owns the 26.5-acre more
By JACOB MARROCCO The Gaspee Days Committee swore in its newest president on Sept. 12 as Ryan Giviens passed the torch to Gina Dooley during a ceremony at the Aspray Boathouse. State Rep. Joseph McNamara (D-Dist. 19, Cranston, Warwick) - bearing an more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Improvements could be coming soon to Goddard Memorial State Park, following a significant increase in federal grant funding from the Land and Water Conservation Fund, which was announced Monday morning during a brief press conference on more
By JOHN HOWELL The Warwick Public Library had a display tent Saturday in the Warwick Mall parking lot, one of 20 tents representing agencies dealing from substance abuse recovery to suicide prevention. The occasion, run by Rally 4 Recovery, was the first more
By ROB OAKLEY On Wednesday morning, Warwick residents and government officials joined together at the Warwick 9/11 Memorial in Oakland Beach to reflect on the past 18 years, and pay their respects to those lost as a result of the terrorist attack. Those more
By JOHN HOWELL Minor adjustments and common sense can make for major changes. That could well be the maxim of Robert Haffey, who will mark his first year as president of Kent Hospital this Friday. Haffey took an hour Thursday afternoon to review the more
Aaron Meredith was just 18 years old when the first season of “Survivor” aired on CBS and cemented the reality genre as a hallmark staple of network television. Ever since, it has been a dream of … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Whether a struggle with drug addiction creates a situation where you become unemployed long-term, or a bout of long-term unemployment causes depression leading to a substance abuse problem, experts attempting to combat the vicious cycle more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Thanks to an unexpected increase in state aid courtesy of the ever-changing nature of the state's educational funding formula, the Warwick School Department was able to restore some student-centric services and line up about $12 million more
By JOHN HOWELL For the second consecutive year, the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) and the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) are advising people to avoid contact with Little Pond (also known as Sandy Pond) behind more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Public health officials are warning residents that the buzz around Eastern Equine Encephalitis and West Nile Virus is not simply being drummed up or exaggerated - and they've taken to the skies to prove it. It's definitely not a media" more
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