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By JOHN HOWELL Kevin Martin didn't have to think twice when Mayor Joseph Solomon asked what the city could be doing for him. Martin is the owner of Image Printing, and Solomon was there Tuesday afternoon as part of his one-on-one weekly business visits more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Michele Rothgeb, the 55-year-old Oakland Beach woman who is awaiting trial in a child neglect case that resulted in the death of her 9-year-old adopted daughter with cerebral palsy, owed more than $15,000 in collective various debts more
By JOHN HOWELL Windows are broken or boarded up, there are no lights, and it is evident the building is unoccupied. The saw tooth building, a survivor from the 1961 fire that destroyed much of the Apponaug Mill, appears unchanged since the adjoining more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Plans for a Topgolf facility in Cranston are on the proverbial green. On a 6-0 vote, the City Council's Ordinance Committee on Jan. 17 gave its backing to a zoning change needed to accommodate a proposed sports-entertainment complex more
District 20 Rep. David Bennett is a man on a mission. In fact, it’s a mission that he wished he undertook 40 years ago, when at 23 years old he first started smoking cigarettes. “I know all … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A teaching assistant who worked in special education for Hoxsie Elementary School was relieved of her position after a unanimous vote by the Warwick School Committee during an executive session meeting Friday afternoon. The decision to more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Facing a roughly $200 million budget deficit between the end of Fiscal Year 2019 on June 30 and Fiscal Year 2020, Governor Gina Raimondo's new budget plan, released this past Thursday, looks to stabilize the near future through legalized more
By TIM FORSBERG At Monday's 36th annual scholarship breakfast hosted by the Ministers Alliance of Rhode Island at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet, hundreds of attendees celebrated the life and message of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. while encouraging student more
By JOHN HOWELL Mathew Solitro was awakened by his cell phone at 10:30 a.m. Monday. Maybe he'd gotten three hours of sleep. He wasn't counting, but the acting director of Public Works was wide awake when it came to questions about the storm that started more
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