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Neighborhoods off West Shore Road and Warwick Neck Avenue are lined with tire marks and signs reading "Caution: Children at Play." This is because residents concerned with neighborhood speeding feel officials are not doing enough to keep more
Centreville Bank will open its new Warwick branch office Monday, July 6. Located at 578 Greenwich Ave. next to a new Starbucks and across from Lowe's and Stop & Shop, the branch is a full service "e;brick and mortar"e; office offering the more
As Rhode Island moves into "Phase 3" of its reopening plan, T.F. Green Airport and the Rhode Island Airport Corp. (RIAC) are providing updates for travelers regarding airport parking, available concessions, and new quarantine requirements for individuals more
Jake T. Stachurski, who graduated from Toll Gate High School in 2016, earned his degree from the United States Military Academy at West Point on June 13. He has been commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Army. After additional more
MAN FOUND IN POOL DIES A 74-year-old Warwick man died at Kent Hospital Sunday after being found unresponsive in a swimming pool at 1000 Cowesett Road, according to Warwick Police. Police and fire personnel discovered Charles Schifino, a resident of the more
Cars lined up on West Shore Road in Tuesday's night's rain as voters waited to drive by the Gristmill road home of independent mayoral candidate Frank Picozzi to sign his nomination papers qualifying him as a candidate. Citywide more
The Larry Mouradjian Rocky Point Fishing Pier officially opened Wednesday morning after more than a year of construction, and even more years of planning. The new pier is a T-shaped, 280-foot long timber structure with rails, built-in more
The Warwick City Council's approved Monday a $3.1 million contract to convert streetlights to LED lights in order to save energy and improve visibility in neighborhoods. The city first discussed converting to LED powered street lighting more
The traffic signal at Main at Buttonwoods Avenues, the site of three accidents since it was placed on the flashing mode in mid-June, will remain blinking for at least a week and maybe longer as the city waits for the delivery of repairs more
Although American Legion Baseball cancelled its summer tournament due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, local legion clubs in Rhode Island will be suiting up for their own competition, as teams and league directors established a new, more
Rhode Island is moving into the third phase of its reopening plan, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced Monday, although troubling trends across the country have led officials to scale back a handful of the … more
Rhode Island has confirmed its first case of a rare inflammatory illness that has affected children in other parts of the country during the COVID-19 crisis, Department of Health Director Dr. Nicole … more
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