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Hexagons: a symbol seen often in nature; the building blocks of many different integral functions such as the cells of trees and the individual parts of a honeycomb. That’s  precisely … more
Rhode Island Second Congressional District Congressman Seth Magaziner had a plane to catch at Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport on Tuesday, as he headed back to Washington for final … more
The city and the Warwick Neck Improvement Association plan to team up in an effort to obtain the Warwick Neck Light that the United States General Service Administration (GSA) aims to give away. … more
Have you seen the blue building, the really blue building, on Buttonwoods Avenue across from Job Lot? No, that’s not the color it’s going to be when finished, but as Joanne McGonagle … more
Throughout this school year, Warwick students will use their Chromebooks to access various programs, take statewide tests and monitor their learning progress. Nationwide, Google’s … more
“Destination” is frequently used to describe all the venues accessible from Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport. There are 32 of them and more are likely to be added in the … more
Next Thursday the Johnston Zoning Board will hear from developers who want to build a slightly smaller 157-acre solar farm along Winsor Avenue. “I would say if they’re going back to … more
Multi-million dollar projects, such as the proposal to build a dog lodge on Jefferson Boulevard or a garage for use by contractors to store vehicles and materials on Post Road, in Pawtuxet have a way … more
By JOHN HOWELL Wayne Kezirian, president of the Rhode Island Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, was prepared for the opening of their new home on Plan Way in Warwick Thursday … more
School Superintendent Lynn Dambruch and Assistant Superintendent William McCaffrey were still on Cloud Nine Tuesday morning following city council approval to issue bonds for new high schools Monday … more
At 10:11 p.m. on Sept. 18, the Warwick City Council voted 8-1 to release $350 million in bond funding to build two new high schools, slated to replace Pilgrim and Toll Gate High Schools. The … more
GEBHART COMMENTS:   Made after the public comment session Tonight is about hope. It’s about being brave. It’s about the future. I heard two themes tonight, … more
The water looks deep. But that guy made it through. I can’t back up now. Just accelerate and pray? Ocean State drivers find themselves in an increasingly familiar quandary. Drive … more
The American Veterans Traveling Tribute’s (AVTT) Traveling Wall stopped in Warwick from Thursday to Monday, and was host to a ceremony on Friday afternoon paying tribute to those who died in … more
By JOHN HOWELL As the City Council weighs whether to release voter-approved bonding for new Pilgrim and Toll Gate High Schools on Sept. 18, questions will focus on the projected costs of the … more
Warwick School Superintendent Lynn Dambruch is mystified by reports that a group of teachers passed a vote of no confidence in her and Assistant Superintendent William McCaffrey last week and why … more
With conceptual drawings and engineering plans nearing competition, the administration is moving ahead with advertising for the naming rights of Mayor Frank Picozzi’s dream for a City Hall … more
Extraordinary expansion! Those two words best describe preparations for The Feast of La Madonna della DiFesa that begins tonight and continues through Sunday at a famed Festival field on … more
Members and guests of the Rotary Club on Post Road in Warwick got the opportunity to talk with Senator Jack Reed, a Cranston native,  and hear more about the goings-on in Washington this past … more
When pulled to the side of the road for no apparent reason, Barry Cook says he feels “intimidated” when a uniformed police officer approaches his door with his hand resting on his weapon. … more
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