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Mayor Joseph Solomon is “in sync” with the Warwick Sewer Authority’s course of action to extend sewers to Bayside after more than two decades of unfilled promises, WSA chairman Gary Jarvis said … more
By JOHN HOWELL Meg Splaine Carnaroli, who attended Robertson School, has plans to return to her alma mater on Election Day 2020. The school and her teacher Robert McGuire have special meaning for her. She credits McGuire with encouraging her to consider more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A picturesque, sunny fall day was the setting for a celebration at Salter Grove Memorial State Park on Saturday afternoon, as local officials, members of the public and - most importantly - lots of children gathered to bask in a renewed more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A proposed development that would reshape the Wildes Corner area of Warwick - which used to contain Benny's and now is slated to become the spot of the newest Dave's Marketplace, which would replace the existing (and first) Dave's more
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Mannequins are what cosmetology students at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center can be found practicing on as they set different hairstyles. On Tuesday, however, they were handed pumpkins and urged to put their creative skills to work. In place more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The process to potentially build a new school in Warwick has quickly picked up steam, and now the city of Warwick officially has some skin in the game as well. The Warwick City Council unanimously voted Monday night to allot $100,000 to more
“This is major league news.” That is how Stephen Salloway, MD, MS, director of neurology and the Memory and Aging Program at Butler Hospital, termed Wednesday the announcement that Biogen … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Peter Becker, coordinator of the Friends of Salter Grove (FoSG), smiled when asked how long the park's brand-new playground was a project in the making - undoubtedly re-experiencing moments that led up to the upcoming celebratory grand more
By JOHN HOWELL Eighth graders aren't especially interested in laws unless it applies to them, like you can't use your cell phone during class. So, it wasn't all that surprising that Veterans Memorial Middle School students didn't have a lot to say when more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The results for last year's RICAS assessments have been released by the Rhode Island Department of Education. The second year of the RICAS exam - a test for students in grades 3-8 which is modeled after the standard-bearing MCAS in more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Controversy has surrounded House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello on several fronts of late - but he says he has received broad support in the face of recent developments and is preparing a bid for a new term. Constituents have actually" more
Dr. Splash & the Wild West at Cedar Hill The Cedar Hill Cubs 2019 Wild West Fun Run where students obtain pledges for every lap they run in a series of races, ended with a shoot-out Friday as the students with the most in funds raised got to see if they more
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