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By JOHN HOWELL The world's largest owner of marinas, which has acquired about 50 percent of the more than 3,000 slips in Warwick, is always looking for the right opportunity, said Tim Moll, regional vice president of Safe Harbor. But while the company more
By JOHN HOWELL Looking back at his tenure as Warwick Superintendent of Schools in an interview Friday, Philip Thornton singled out school consolidation as the major challenge he faced and successfully completed and high school scheduling as a challenge more
By ARDEN BASTIA Lionn's mane jellyfish have eerily floated their way into Rhode Island waters for another summer, and with it, fascination from the state's residents. One Warwick local, Dave Chartier, snapped a picture of a lion's mane in the waters of more
By JOHN HOWELL Next to Kansas, Rhode Island had the greatest increase in identity theft - a whopping 1,002.3 percent - from 2019 to 2020, according to a report completed by QuoteWizard, a LendingTree company, and one of the nation's online insurance more
By JOHN HOWELL At one time, 316 Warwick Neck Ave. was a cute sidewalk shop where you could buy flowers. About four years ago, it transitioned into an art and antique store. And then in February, in addition to clocks, scented candles, wreaths and more
By ARDEN BASTIA Warwick Superintendent Dr. Philip Thornton is set to be confirmed as the new superintendent of Cumberland Public Schools this evening, leaving behind a legacy former Mayor Scott Avedisian calls one of "professionalism" and "change". In a more
By ARDEN BASTIA Declining student enrollment is a growing concern for the School Committee as they discuss the district's budget and the high school renovation plans. Superintendent Philip Thornton's $185.8 million spending package calls for level city more
By JOHN HOWELL Miss Nelson is not missing. She is teaching fourth grade at Scott Elementary School. But this week, her class will focus on the University of Rhode Island Theatre Department production of the children's play "Miss Nelson is Missing." more
By ARDEN BASTIA It's not everyday that a 9-year-old asks for snail mail for his birthday. In fact, in this age of social media, Brady Wright could have had thousands of people wish him happy birthday from around the world in a single online post. more
By JOHN HOWELL COVID-19 is blamed for a lot of ills, but like so many things in life, there's also a silver lining. Such is the housing market. For months, Realtors have moaned there's not enough inventory of homes to meet the demand. According to Leann more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The high school golf season teed off earlier this week, with Toll Gate, Pilgrim and Classical taking on one another at Valley Country Club. The Titans went 2-0 in the match with a score of 204, while Pilgrim went 1-1 with a score of more
By JOHN HOWELL In a matter of hours after learning of possible grants from the office of Congressman James Langevin, Mayor Frank Picozzi's administration drafted a $775,000 grant application supported by letters from 19 organizations and individuals to more
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