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By JOHN HOWELL If the presidential preference primary was a scrimmage with a predicable outcome and the Sept. 8 state primary an intramural game, then the Nov. 3 general election is the Super Bowl for voting in the midst of a pandemic. Secretary of State more
By JACOB MARROCCO Mayor Joseph J. Solomon won't be following the lead of Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena when it comes to Warwick Police providing assistance to other municipalities. "e;I understand Joe's anger.I would never have officers not respond (to a more
LARCENY At approximately 8:18 a.m. on Sept. 7, Officer Nicholas DiNardo responded to a Helen Avenue home for a report of larceny from a motor vehicle overnight. At the scene, the reporting party told DiNardo that both his vehicle and his wife's vehicle more
By JOHN HOWELL After more than four hours of online deliberations by the City Council Finance Committee last Wednesday night, and with an untold number of Bayside residents waiting to weigh in on plans to bring sewers to the area, the meeting came to an more
The Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is asking Rhode Islanders to monitor their beech trees for signs of leaf damage from Beach Leaf Disease (BLD). Early symptoms of BLD include dark striping on the tree's leaves parallel to the leaf veins more
United in marriage Beavertail State Park was the setting for the August 15 wedding of Kori Alyssa Cardoza and Justin Timothy Maguire, both of Warwick. Ryan T. Meyer performed the ceremony that was followed by a reception at the newly weds' home in more
Two financial services veterans in the Commercial Banking Division of Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) have received promotions. Scott Lajoie has been named Senior Vice President, and Joann Khamvongsa has been promoted to Assistant Vice President, Portfolio more
The Oakland Beach Association will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday, Sept. 17, at 6 pm, at the gazebo on the Commons. Guests will be Community Development Director Bill Facente and principal planner Lucas Murray. Project plans for the recently more
By JOHN HOWELL Two Warwick Democratic incumbents lost their bid to appear on the November in last Tuesday's primary, while surely in the most hotly contested seat in the city - Senate District 31 - progressive Democrat Kendra Anderson got out her vote to more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Bucci versus Hopkins. That's the choice Cranston voters will face in November as the city elects a new mayor for the first time since 2008. In the Democratic mayoral primary, former Ward 4 councilwoman Maria Bucci maintained her lead more
T.F. Green Airport and the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) announced Wednesday a free, “pop-up drive-in movie,” in partnership with newportFILM’s summer and fall series of … more
Doris M. Cole, age 88, passed away on Wednesday, September 9, 2020. Born in Providence, she was a daughter of the late Herbert A. Cole and Alice L. (Odell) Cole. Doris graduated from East … more
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