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By JOHN HOWELL Even in these days, Phil Slocum is a glass-half-full guy. This is a good time to sell a house and, it goes without saying, it is also a good time to buy a house. It didn't look that way in March with the shutdown. Open houses were more
By JOHN HOWELL All Warwick students will be required to wear masks and Superintendent Philip Thornton will be given another year to run Warwick schools. Those were two expected outcomes of Wednesday night's School Committee meeting, which commenced soon more
By LAURA WEICK It's not unusual for Oakland Beach traffic to swell in the summertime. But with the COVID-19 pandemic on the up tick in certain parts of the country, some locals fear crowds could spell trouble. In addition, Ward 6 Councilwoman Donna more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A recent "e;small spike"e; in number of new COVID-19 cases and concerns over the spread of the virus at social gatherings will keep Rhode Island in the third phase of its reopening plan for another month, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced more
By JOHN HOWELL Within a day of the shutdown in March, lines 40-deep stretched outside the door of D&L Gun Shop in Warwick's Buttonwoods section as people waited to buy guns and ammo. The lines tapered off by April but surged again after the murder of more
Tim Reardon has joined New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) as Vice President of Enrollment Management and Marketing. In his new position, Reardon will draw upon his years of enrollment management experience in higher education to more
The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH), Care New England and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will conduct a COVID-19 antibody testing program to determine the spread of the virus among essential workers. As of July more
Summer Camp is a right of passage for any child. Playing all day with friends with not a worry in the world. The idea of summer camp has been turned upside down in today's corona world. No intermingling with children outside of your more
Advanced Placement [AP] course scores for Toll Gate and Pilgrim high schools are being viewed as a validation that teachers taught and students performed well even though they didn't return to the classroom this academic year after the more
The last three months of senior year weren't exactly what the Toll Gate High School Class of 2020 expected with the usual spring traditions and celebrations interrupted by a more
The United Service Organizations (USO) held a socially-distanced car parade at the Meadowbrook Stop and Shop last Thursday to celebrate the store raising the most money out of New England Stop and Shops for the organization last year. more
Gov. Raimondo and Lt. Gov. Daniel McKee agree small businesses are going to need more help to weather the impact of COVID-19 on the economy. But does the state use $125 million in CARES Act funds to assist 10,000 small businesses with more
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