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As a practice, city planners write an opinion as a guide for the Planning Board on most applications for major land development/subdivisions. An approval was drafted for Safe Harbor Greenwich … more
By ADAM ZANGARI Governor Dan McKee visited Warwick on Monday to hand out certificates of special recognition to seven small businesses along West Shore Road. McKee was flanked by State … more
The Commissioner of Education for the State of Rhode Island, Angélica Infante-Green, visited Tides Restaurant at Warwick’s Career and Technical Center last week for a chat with members … more
The yellow brick road leads to the Robert J. Shapiro Cultural Arts Center at Toll Gate High School, March 22 and 23, , at 7:00 PM as  the Toll Gate Drama Club presents The Wizard of Oz. The … more
It would be impossible for George Donahue to keep count. “We were down to one bed and then all of a sudden we have 14,” he says surveying the lot and open garage at the Robert J. … more
Mayor Frank Picozzi’s decision to run for reelection was never really in question, yet the banquet hall of Chelo’s Bar and Grille on Post Road in Warwick was packed Wednesday  with … more
Not long after taking office, Mayor Picozzi put his foot down on speeders. He’d listened to the complaints at neighborhood meetings, heard how motorists traveling roads with 35 MPH limits were … more
New 4-year mayoral term has McAllister thinking By JOHN HOWELL Last time Governor McKee and House Speaker K. Joseph Shekarchi hosted a reception for City Council President Steve McAllister, … more
For a first time, Friends of the Warwick Animal Shelter have posted rewards to “bring justice” to abandoned animals. Triggering efforts to abate what appears to be a growing trend to … more
After a half-year and counting, a Special Legislative Commission studying decreased quahog catch is nearing the finish line. The commission will discuss their recommendations in an early April … more
By late May those big black pipes snaking down Airport Road and buried at intersections such as Commerce Drive should be gone and a major link in the city’s sewer system conveying about a third … more
Matt Hayden couldn’t let all of that heavy wet snow go to waste in front of his aunt’s home on West Shore Road, so he decided to send a message to a friend. Her birthday was coming up and … more
Cranston high school students are not likely to know the name Frank Lenox, but rest assured teachers at East and West  have been in contact with him since the beginning of the academic year. … more
Congressman Seth Magaziner visited Greenwich Farms at Warwick, a senior assisted  living facility located on Minnesota Ave, this past Wednesday to speak on issues and answer questions. … more
Cora Smith triumphantly carries her snow board to the top of the hill outside the Gorton School complex following a successful run in fresh powder Saturday afternoon. A student at St. Rose of Lima … more
There aren’t many who knew him that don’t have a special place in their hearts for Bob Shapiro. Last week, the Warwick City Council declared Sept. 20 as Robert A. Shapiro Day. All … more
The hill off Narragansett Parkway, a favorite sledding spot, is usually packed on snow days. That wasn’t the case Tuesday for Gaspee newcomers, Kerri Tahir and her daughter, Sophia who recently … more
You wouldn’t imagine history could come alive in a cemetery until you talk with Pegee Malcolm. Malcolm is chair of both the Warwick Historic Cemeteries Commission and the Rhode Island … more
The purchase of the Warwick Police Department’s first armored car- estimated to be delivered to the department in fourteen months- drew significant attention from the public at Monday … more
The sun made more than a five minute appearance over the weekend after about two weeks of gray skies. It was so gray that ground hog Punxsutawney Phil didn’t see his shadow Friday morning at … more
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