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By JOHN HOWELL Bobby Martorelli launched his landscape business, Martorelli Property Services, with a single lawnmower when he was a student at Vets High. It took many hours of work plus a number of odd jobs like delivering pizzas to get to where he is more
By ETHAN HARTLEY For the first time in Warwick's history, faculty and staff from all four of the city's Catholic schools - Bishop Hendricken High School, St. Peter, St. Rose of Lima and St. Kevin - gathered at St. Benedict Church on Beach Avenue for a more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Warwick Public Schools has emerged from the darkness of a national nightmare into the promising light of hope - creating a new assistance program to help vulnerable members of the community afford school lunches when times get tough. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Nancy Leonard took a step onto a portion of her back yard that used to be a clean, sandy beach leading out to the waters of the southern tip of Warwick Pond. Her foot sucked down into the mud. She walked out another 20 feet, now shin... more
By JOHN HOWELL When one of the two 30-inch water lines feeding the city's system ruptured in December, the first concern of Warwick Police was how it would disrupt morning commuters on Route 37 and Route 95. An advisory was sent to the news media and more
By ETHAN HARTLEY In the midst of a historically polarizing presidential administration, U.S. Marine Corps veteran and North Kingstown native Alexander McCoy has firmly chosen his side. McCoy is one of the founders of Common Defense, a civic engagement more
Speedy stop at Warwick Cove The gas dock at Warwick Cove Marina was humming Saturday afternoon, although the cause for all the commotion - about 50 ocean racers - didn't arrive until much later than expected. Stops elsewhere on the bay took longer than more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Warwick schools open for the 2019/20 school year this Thursday for K-6 and ninth grade students, with all students beginning on Friday. It will mark the end of a drama-filled summer that was rife with uncertainty regarding whether or not more
By JOHN HOWELL Faced with one of the more complicated and costly projects of its history - construction of Bayside sewers - and a deteriorating infrastructure with the threat of additional pipe collapses like that which closed Sandy Lane for months, the more
By JOHN HOWELL Rick Corrente has a red nose. Actually, he has 560 of them, and next Monday, Labor Day, he hopes the noses will have helped him raise thousands to build a free hospital, the dream of Dr. Hunter Patch" Adams. A mortgage broker and former" more
By JOHN HOWELL While Mayor Joseph Solomon would love to find buyers for the former Aldrich Junior High School, John Wickes Elementary School and the shuttered former school administration offices on Warwick Avenue, he has no plans of parting with Randall more
Citing sentiment from constituents and a belief that Congress is being “stymied” by the administration, U.S. Rep. James Langevin on Wednesday announced his support for an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. more
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