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By JOHN HOWELL How much of a good thing - in this case beer - is a bad thing for the wastewater treatment plant operated by the Warwick Sewer Authority? That may seem like a pretty obscure question unless you're one of two breweries operating in Warwick, more
After numerous announcements over the past two years that it would soon happen, the state has awarded a contract for the construction of a 280-foot-long T-shaped pier at Rocky Point Park... more
Warwick Veterans Middle School was evacuated Tuesday morning after a bomb threat written on a note was found. Updates will be provided as they become available. Superintendent Philip Thornton's … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Committee will commence budget hearings on Monday to work on the FY2020 budget (which begins July 1), despite still facing an approximately $4.6 million deficit in the current year's budget, which ends June 30. It's a more
By JOHN HOWELL Nine years ago, Kent Hospital emergency room nurse Jeanette Geary didn't want to be a union member, but her co-workers voted to join the United Nurses and Allied Professionals (UNAP). Even as a non-member of the union, she and others who more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Committee unanimously codified two new policies and approved multiple construction projects during their meeting last Thursday, held at Pilgrim High School. The first policy pertained to a district-wide ban on cell more
By JOHN HOWELL Flush the toilet and it sounds like a jet taking off. That's one feature of the toilets at the 481 units of elderly housing run by the Warwick Housing Authority. There could be another in the 26 units of the newest complex, Shawomet more
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By JOHN HOWELL In the 30 years she has worked at Stop & Shop, Linda Fry of Warwick never thought she would walk a picket line. Now, she and her co-workers are wondering when they will return to work as the impasse between the company and the more
By JOHN HOWELL Alan J. Whittaker knows what it is like to be an Eagle Scout and to have the Eagle license plate. Whittaker was a member of Troop 1 Conimicut when he attained the rank of Eagle on November 9, 1964. Hardly two weeks later he was at the more
By JOHN HOWELL The air was stale. Produce bins were less than full, and the fruit looked tired. There were no green bananas. The robot was parked in its station, its two pairs of green lights glowing. Checkout lanes were empty, but the lights were on at more
By JOHN HOWELL Last year, when Norwood Baptist Church held their first community Easter Egg hunt, people came up to the organizers and wanted to know who they should pay. But the church wasn't looking for payment and they weren't looking for money this more
By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Joseph Solomon is looking to change the budget process so the City Council has a clearer understanding of department needs when it gets his spending proposal for the fiscal year beginning July 1. Solomon recalled as a member of the more
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