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By ETHAN HARTLEY With the first day of school rapidly approaching for Warwick's students, school officials are emphasizing that electronic devices, primarily cell phones, will not be given a warm welcome back once class is back in session. It's a good" more
By JEN COWART Driving by Cranston High School West athletic fields on any given day and will reveal signs of significant progress at its football field. According to Cranston Parks and Recreation Director Tony Liberatore, the project - a public-private more
By ETHAN HARTLEY While hundreds of Warwick residents annually have their properties listed for a tax sale because of unpaid utility bills or taxes, some of the most egregious delinquents haven't made the list or never had their water shut off. Based on more
By JOHN HOWELL It was a busy Saturday on Warwick Cove with boaters headed to distant places such as Block Island and Cuttyhunk for the long weekend. Jerry English had been pumping gas at Warwick Cove Marina pretty much all day when the activity slowed more
By JOHN HOWELL A proposal that the Warwick Sewer Authority seeks to lower the cost of sewers for 937 Bayside property owners by using conventional means of construction has outraged a member of the Narragansett Indians and runs counter to an agreement more
“It’s really devastating that we’re here again.” The crowd, which contained politicians, activists, faith leaders and citizens from across Rhode Island, listened Friday evening as … more
By JOHN HOWELL Don Ryan knows how to make pizza, spinach pies, meatball grinders and a score of tasty delights. Many people know that and have been customers of Don's Pizza on Warwick Avenue since it opened in 1982. Don says the fare isn't going to more
Rhode Island State Police on Aug. 9 announced multiple arrests as part of “Operation Heat.” The investigation – which officials said remains ongoing – involved three months of court-authorized wiretapping. more
A night to remember JPD Captain Christopher Correia, who coordinated Tuesday's National Night Out, joins Pawtucket Red Sox mascot Paws and some of the many children who were also in attendance in War Memorial Park. For more coverage and photos, turn to more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Is a proposed $1 billion, 20-year extension of the state's casino gaming contract with IGT a good deal for the state that will save more than a thousand quality jobs, or a thinly-veiled subsidy that subverts common economical sense in more
By JOHN HOWELL Bayside is at least two years away from getting sewers - maybe longer - yet the Warwick Sewer Authority is moving ahead with the repaving of Tidewater Drive where the major interceptor line will run. Riverview residents, promised sewers more
By JOHN HOWELL Lifespan, which owns and operates Rhode Island Hospital, will open the first in a series of Urgent Care clinics at Hoxsie Four Corners in September, the health care provider has announced in a release. On behalf of Lifespan Physician" more
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