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By ETHAN HARTLEY Property tax bills for the first quarter of FY2020 were technically due yesterday. However, considering how some residents in Warwick only just received their bills on the original due date, the city's decision to extend the deadline to more
By TARA MONASTESSE The Literacy Volunteers of Kent County (LVKC) program is poised to enter its 40th year of providing free, one-on-one literacy training to English language learners. As a non-profit organization, LVKC educates Basic Literacy and ESL more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick City Council is putting the ball in the Warwick School Department's court - and it remains to be seen whether or not they're willing to play. City Council President Steve Merolla called Wednesday afternoon to report he was more
By ETHAN HARTLEY For those who come to the Pilgrim Senior Center, like Rosemarie Janelle, the whole idea is to get out of the house and do something fun or fulfilling with their day. Fittingly enough, Paula Woodbine-Ducharme comes to the senior center more
By JOHN HOWELL The Warwick Sewer Authority will be presented four possible options for the installation of Bayside sewers when it meets on July 25, all involving directional drilling to avoid disturbing archeological features dating back to pre-colonial more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick City Council Appointments Committee will have two important appointments up for consideration during their upcoming meeting on Monday night, but its chairman, freshman Ward 4 Councilman James McElroy, will be unable to more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Mayor Joseph Solomon insists that the problems facing Warwick aren't insurmountable, but he also showed on Wednesday that he isn't averse to accepting help in solving those problems either. He announced Wednesday that he would be more
Profiles of the Top 10 students from the Class of 2019 of Toll Gate High School. more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Gov. Gina Raimondo has signed the state's $9.9 billion budget for fiscal year 2020 into law - although she is critical of a number of the spending plan's provisions and has reiterated her support for the adoption of line-item veto more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Immigrants from Itri, Italy, who settled in Cranston's Knightsville section in the early years of the 20th century brought the memory of a miracle. As the story goes, in 796 A.D., a mute shepherd looked into a tree on Mount Civita in more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Thinking about opening a business? A recent report indicates you might want to do it somewhere other than Rhode Island, as Wallethub's 2019 Best Places to Start a Business" study found the Ocean State to be dead last overall when" more
By JOHN HOWELL Monday was perfect for picking. It was cloudy, temperatures were in the 70s and there was a slight breeze. And, best of all, there were some ripe blueberries ready to be picked. By now Rhonda Shumaker and Joe Gouveia know pretty much what more
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