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By JOHN HOWELL Virginia Sardelli wasn't sure what to expect on her Thursday morning walk on Gauvin Drive, a quiet neighborhood of mature trees and expansive lawns behind Inskip Motors, a stone's throw from busy Route 2 and Centerville Road. In front of more
By ETHAN HARTLEY If the City of Warwick were a family living on a $75,000 household income, it would have an ever-increasing credit card debt of about $240,000 - a gloomy fiscal reality that would prevent the family from addressing the issues presented more
By ETHAN HARTLEY In 1979 Linda Sullivan was looking for any place in the city of Warwick that could potentially serve as a part of a solution to an issue that most in the community didn't even realize was a problem. Forty years later, what was originally more
By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Joseph Solomon wants to see the numbers before endorsing the Bayside sewer project that would bring sewers to 937 homes, many of which depend on cesspools and outdated septic systems. But Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur says more
By ETHAN HARTLEY If Warwick is to build a new high school in the near future - as has been discussed in meetings between city and school officials lately - time is of the essence, as complex details must be ironed out to ensure that looming deadlines are met... more
By PETE FONTAINE Margaret Pinelli DiMuccio has been amazing people for all of her 105 years To this day, for example, her granddaughter's husband George Arakelian still marvels of DiMuccio's unique story of never - ever - having a license to drive an more
The humor and drama surrounding the relativistic enormity of childhood awaits to be celebrated and rediscovered at the Gamm Theater, as cast and crew gear up for their eight-show run of "Judy Moody"... more
By JOHN HOWELL As long as water flows from Warwick spigots, the city's water division is taking a cautious approach to the repair of a 30-inch main that runs under Interstate 95 and Route 37 - one of two major supply lines for the city - that has been more
The Hoxsie Elementary PTO helped raise over $8,000 with their second annual Color Run on Saturday, where over 100 students from all grades joined to run around the school's soccer field while parent volunteers and school staff sprayed them with colorful more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Could Warwick really see the construction of a brand-new high school in the near future? It's a conversation that, amidst the dreary fiscal reality that played out over the summer that nearly made school sports and after school more
By JOHN HOWELL With projections that the pumping station will be operational by mid-October, Governor Francis Farms residents who have put up with construction crews for the last 18 months will be able to connect to the sewer system by mid-December. Even more
By JOHN HOWELL There was a cast of five and an audience of only one - this reporter - as the Rhode Island Airport Corporation held a fourth in a series of public workshops on the master plan for Green Airport Thursday afternoon. Airport planners weren't more
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