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By JOHN HOWELL It takes an hour, and often a bit longer, to travel by train from Providence to Boston. Peter Alviti, director of the Rhode Island Department of Transportation, would like to cut that time in half. He thinks that possible, although it's more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Department sent a budget request to the city council for an additional $8.53 million in city funds on Monday, after four days of budget hearings last week resulted in a budget that produced no significant cost savings more
By JOHN HOWELL Christine Choiniere doesn't remember the time. All she knows is she was asleep in her room at Warwick Terrace housing on Elmwood Avenue when she was awakened. It happened so fast I didn't even know what was happening. It was like a bomb" more
By ETHAN HARTLEY If administrators or members of the Warwick School Committee are unable to find significant savings throughout the coming days, The Warwick School Department will once again need to request a figure from the City Council in the range of more
Local municipal leaders, with Mayor Joseph Solomon conspicuous by his absence, gathered at the State House Library on Monday afternoon to voice bipartisan opposition to the so-called “evergreen” … more
By JOHN HOWELL Gregory Lucini, president and CEO of ISM Solar, told Cowesett residents Monday night he can understand why they might be wary of his plan to build a 13.5-megawatt solar farm on 40 acres of the 94-acre Little Rhody Beagle Club. From what" more
By JOHN HOWELL Kent Hospital could use a facelift, and that would be one outcome if the state were to approve the acquisition of Care New England by Partners HealthCare of Boston, CNE president Dr. James Finale said in an interview Thursday at Beacon more
By JOHN HOWELL The battle lines have been drawn for nearly 18 months now. On one side is Charles Anderson of PRW Holdings LLC, who plans to purchase Pond Plaza and add a 655-unit self-storage unit. On the other are homeowners around the pond and more
By ETHAN HARTLEY As a former city councilman and a school committee member, Bob Cushman has spent years trying to get people to listen to him as he warned about an impending fiscal doom hanging over Warwick - a cloud rooted in unsustainable retiree more
By JOHN HOWELL The citizens group spawned in the wake of the city's recent revaluation where homes valued between $150,000 and the mid-$200,0000 range three years ago saw the greatest increase in valuations will meet Wednesday at the Warwick Public more
An Oakland Beach tradition The First Congregational Church of Warwick and St. Rita's Church joined to celebrate Easter on the shore of Oakland Beach, where they held a reenactment of Jesus revealing himself after his crucifixion to the disciples by the more
By JOHN HOWELL Michael Vieira of Warwick was one of the lucky Stop & Shop shoppers. He wasn't inconvenienced by the strike of five locals of the United Food Commercial Workers that put many of the company's 31,000 workers in three states on the picket more
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