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By JOHN HOWELL Nina McPherson had the feeling she would be paying more taxes this year, but when she didn't get a bill by last Friday and with the July 15 deadline for the first quarterly payment fast approaching, she took matters into her own hands. On more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Six-year-old Zeya Castelli could have been plucked straight from a Norman Rockwell work. With big eyes, rosy red cheeks and a shy smile, she marched in her nautical red white and blue dress around the large backyard at Bill Nixon's more
A new report from the Warwick School Department has revealed that school lunch debt skyrocketed following an outpouring of donations to the district after national media attention shined a spotlight … more
Boston’s Logan has long been the big boy on the block and the airport T.F. Green needs to outperform to capture a bigger share of the 7 million-people market they both serve. Even before … more
In less than two years, 13-year-old Chloe Pena will have gone from receiving the life-changing diagnosis of Type 1 diabetes to advocating before the United States Congress in the hopes of improving … more
The City of Warwick has decided how to allocate its $150,000 in contributive support for 30 various groups and organizations throughout the city – and although there are many groups benefiting from … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Starting Monday, residents of other communities will need to be accompanied by an adult Cranston resident when using the Budlong Pool. The policy change comes following concerns about overcrowding and a recent incident involving a more
By ETHAN HARTLEY As citizens in Warwick continue to mobilize in response to a perceived fiscal storm looming in the city - one rooted primarily in what some claim are irresponsible and unsustainable legacy costs - the Warwick Financial Crisis Committee more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Department and city of Warwick continue to be at odds regarding the means to solve budgetary deficits for the fiscal year that officially ended on June 30 and the one that began on Monday. Worse, the two sides appear more
By SOPHIA AIGNER Although small in size, the state of Rhode Island has plenty of history - from colonial times, to the American Revolution, Civil War and the Industrial Gilded Age, the Ocean State has seen it all. On Thursday morning, Warwick officials more
By JOHN HOWELL In a shakeup of the Board of Canvassers, the director of elections is out, a longtime board member has been replaced by a retiree as secretary, and Dorothy McCarthy is assuming the title of interim director. Patty Aylesworth, who had more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Even if you're not particularly interested in history, if you live in Pawtuxet Village, you definitely know about the Pawtuxet Rangers. Ronald Barnes is a big reason for that, and on Thursday he was honored with the Warwick Rotary Club's more
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