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By DANIEL KITTREDGE Recent efforts to expand the choices available to local families in need were celebrated last week during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Comprehensive Community Action Program's newly expanded Choice Food Bank. Food banks are" more
By ERIN O'BRIEN We peered inside the bedroom where Jamie lay sleeping beside an open laptop on the bed, clothes strewn about, half-finished sugary drinks on the shelves. Nothing seemed out of the ordinary, only what you might expect to find in an average more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Thomas Dolce has spent the better part of 45 years working within the athletics department of Warwick Public Schools coaching boys and girls track. He has helped his teams accrue high win percentages, win numerous championships, guide more
By JOHN HOWELL It closed as a Warwick school in 2008 and, despite a year when rented to the Rhode Island School for the Deaf, Christopher Rhodes School has sat vacant, a target for vandals and an irresistible temptation - at least for some children - as more
By JOHN HOWELL The full length of Sandy Lane is open to traffic again, and 18 feet beneath the pavement waste water is flowing to the Cedar Swamp pumping station on its way to the treatment plant between Route 95 and the Pawtuxet River. It's all good, more
With two days notice the mayor's office announced Monday afternoon that Mayor Joseph J. Solomon would deliver the city's first State of the City address this Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Middle School, 2401 West Shore Road. The general public more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A report outlining the status of air pollution produced by T.F. Green Airport recommends the airport move two of its monitoring apparatus in order to better gauge the degree of pollutants airport neighbors, including children playing at more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A study commissioned last summer by the Warwick School Department and approved by the prior iteration of the Warwick School Committee for $12,900 to look into the efficiency of the district's bus scheduling and routing systems has been more
By ETHAN HARTLEY If school faculty and staff in Warwick were paid under the same contractual rates as those positions in Cranston, Warwick would save about $8.1 million in salary costs. Including fringe benefit costs, that number creeps closer to $9.7 million... more
By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Joseph Solomon isn't in a rush to name the next fire chief, a post that has been filled by acting chief Marcel Fontenault since last May when James McLaughlin retired. Now Fontenault plans to retire effective March 17. In an more
When Mayor Joseph Solomon learned the news media would be visiting the Warwick Center for the Arts Wednesday to follow up on the story he is considering using the space for municipal offices, he … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Warwick Representative Joseph McNamara announced Tuesday he would be seeking re-election as chair of the state's Democratic Committee, focusing on a message that the Democrats must maintain the strong momentum established in the past more
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