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Mayor Frank Picozzi is running for reelection although unlike two years ago there aren’t signs at virtually every intersection and planted in the lawns of neighbors and friends.  As has … more
Having validated the procurement costs for electricity, the Public Utilities Commission on Friday approved Rhode Island Energy’s request to increase the price per kilowatt hour for the basic … more
A decision may be made on an electricity rate hike as early as the end of this week. In the meantime, Ocean State residents, advocates and politicians took turns making impassioned pleas to … more
The Warwick Sewer Authority knew the aging forced main line carrying wastewater from the Cedar Swamp pumping station – a major pumping station for sewage collected from the south east section … more
Pickleball anyone? Bev Wiley, City Director of Parks and Recreation, says pickleball courts are on the top of inquiries about the city’s athletic facilities. She places the interest in the … more
Like others who took a speedy and sometimes wet ride to Conimicut Lighthouse in the city’s twin Yanmar diesel jet fireboat Friday morning, Ward 4 Councilman James McElroy had only viewed the … more
Forty years ago Carol Minear applied to be a Warwick School bus driver because it enabled her to babysit her grandchildren at the same time. Carol is still behind the wheel of a Warwick School … more
John Schmidt has started learning a bit of Ukrainian using Google, simple phrases like “good morning.” His wife Stacey is rearranging their home in Norwood to accommodate a family of … more
Rhode Island leaders announced Tuesday the state has landed a bonanza that promises to mean high paying jobs and an annual growth in the Ocean State economy of more than $76 million. The … more
It’s been more than 25 years since the Warwick Sewer Authority started talking about and then designing sewers for what has become known as the Bayside project. And now that that it’s … more
When Mayor Frank Picozzi first ran for mayor he declared he wouldn't take money from any political action committees, also known as PACs.   But after some thought, Picozzi decided that … more
Those hunting for remnants of the HMS Gaspee that colonists set afire more than 250 years ago off Namquid Point (now Gaspee Point) have located multiple targets as of Tuesday, but so far, only one … more
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