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He points to performance artist and perennial candidate Vermin Supreme as an inspiration, and he acknowledges not everyone will appreciate, or be in on, the joke. But he says he is serious about shaking things up in City Hall. more
The Rhode Island Board of Elections has ruled that a district committee’s endorsement of City Council President Steve Merolla for State Senate was valid, striking down a complaint from another … more
Lifespan Urgent Care in Warwick has now resumed normal operating hours and is ready to provide quick, convenient care to patients seeking medical attention for a wide range of medical injuries and … more
Woodbury Union Church that burned in a Thanksgiving eve fire in 2018 is close to reopening. With erection of the steeple, the last major phase of exterior construction was completed. Meanwhile, interior work including drywall, painting, more
In my home state of California, fireworks were outlawed in the city where I lived as a kid. But I remember the screaming Piccolo Pete, the little charcoal black snakes that left marks on the sidewalk, and the sparklers which tickled my more
They come with different experiences and perspectives but a common goal to improve state health care services. Therefore, it wasn't surprising that two former presidents of Kent Hospital, John Hynes and Dr. Robert Baute, should question more
Two candidates have dropped out of the School Committee race, leaving the two incumbents unopposed for additional terms. According to Dottie McCarthy, director of the Board of Canvassers, Gary Costantino and Gregory Fraginis are the only more
The DiMaio family found conditions perfect for flying kites Monday at Rocky Point. In fact, the wind was a little too good, or maybe the string not strong enough, for one of the kites ended up in the bay. They sent out a search party. more
Centreville Bank, established in 1828 and headquartered in West Warwick opened its first Warwick office at 578 Greenwich Avenue (across from the Stop & Shop/Lowe's plaza) on Monday. "Our goal is to be the first-choice, community bank option for Rhode more
Twenty-three organizations across the state will be able to provide help with food, rent, utilities and other expenses thanks to more than $700,000 in grants from the COVID-19 Response Fund created by the Rhode Island Foundation and the United Way of more
Warwick taxpayers now have an extra month to pay the first quarter of their no-tax increase property tax bills thanks to what Mayor Joseph J. Solomon described Tuesday as his "e;proactive"e; approach to dealing with the impact of the coronavirus. The first more
MOTORCYCLE CRASH A Hope man was hospitalized following a Fourth of July motorcycle crash on Route 37, according to a statement from Warwick Police Lt. John Kelly. Officers responded to the Route 37 west on-ramp from Post Road just before 5 a.m. on July 4 more
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