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Will developers build an Amazon in the jungles of Johnston? The timeline has yet to be settled, but Johnston’s mayor expects details will soon emerge. “I don’t know the date … more
By JOHN HOWELL When he entered the corner office at City Hall, Frank Picozzi made the sale of vacant school properties one of his priorities. He imagined it wouldn't take too long to advertise the four properties and to receive offers from developers more
By ARDEN BASTIA Thanks to $900,000 in funding from the CARES Act, the Ocean State Center for Independent Living (OSCIL) has launched a home access program, allowing those with disabilities to live more independently through adaptive and accessibly more
By ARDEN BASTIA Warwick resident Robin Ramos says she doesn't want anyone else to deal with "[the] horrific disease" that is ALS. An ALS patient and community advocate with the ALS Association of Rhode Island, Ramos isn't letting the disease stop her. more
By ARDEN BASTIA Across the country on August 3, residents and citizens will gather with law enforcement to celebrate National Night Out, an event to promote police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie. The Warwick Police Department, the more
As Jeff Bezos shot into space, the company he founded attempted to land a new retail distribution facility on a 196-acre Johnston woodland parcel. The agenda for Tuesday night’s Johnston … more
By JOHN HOWELL School finance and operations director Robert Baxter, whose bold plans to showcase schools, streamline busing, increase community use of school buildings and build enrollment were featured in a July 1 Warwick Beacon front page story, has more
There are still lines Warwick tax collectors knew what to expect as soon as bills were delivered - lines out the door at the City Hall Annex at Buttonwoods. While the bills have a first quarter payment deadline of July 15, the grace period has been more
By ARDEN BASTIA Amy Kuiawa may be able to drive her kids to school as a stay at home parent, but she says the "mama bear in [her] jumped out" when the Warwick School Department released the new guidelines for bus transportation. The Warwick Public more
By ARDEN BASTIA Now 15 years old Francesca Beagan started dancing at Distinctive Dance when she was just 19 months, and has no plans to stop. The dancer had a challenging start to her life. When she was born, she was diagnosed with a lung condition that more
By ARDEN BASTIA According to data from the Department of Labor and Training, 20,386 Rhode Islanders collected unemployment in May 2021, about 79 percent of the state's unemployed population. But despite the number of Rhode Islanders who say they are more
By JOHN HOWELL At 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announced it has denied the Medrecycler-RI Inc. application to build a medical waste-to-energy plant at 1600 Division Road in West Warwick - 90 days after more
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