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The following is a digest of scheduling changes, cancellations, policy announcements and other updates from local institutions, organizations, groups and businesses related to the COVID-19 crisis. … more
FOR COVID-19 INFORMATION AND GUIDELINES, VISIT THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH'S WEBSITE. Joining Massachusetts in another unprecedented step meant to help curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, Gov. … more
A student at Cranston High School West is among the nine new positive coronavirus cases announced by state officials on Friday. In a message to members of the community, Cranston Public Schools … more
The following statement was issued from the Mayor's office at 2:05 on Friday:    Mayor Joseph Solomon has declared a state of emergency for the City of Warwick, Rhode Island, in order … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The number of coronavirus cases in Rhode Island jumped from three to five on Tuesday, health officials announced, while organizations across various segments of the community have canceled events and taken other steps aimed at curbing more
By JOHN HOWELL Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur says members of the City Council and the mayor could do a better job of representing their constituents and tackling the major issues that face the city if they didn't have to focus on running for reelection more
By TYGER ALLEN For their new playground at Warwick Neck Elementary School (WNES), the PTA Playground Committee is looking to raise $30,000 in addition to the $150,000 allocated from the voter-approved Phase I school bond. Julie Loffredi, co-chair for more
Editor’s note: The office of Mayor Joseph Solomon issued the following press release Wednesday afternoon in the wake of the latest guidance from Gov. Gina Raimondo and Rhode Island Department … more
By JOHN HOWELL It's on navigational charts, taxes are regularly paid on it, and it shows up on deeds going back to the 1700s. And yet most of the time, it's not there. It's under water. It's Greene Island off shore of Cole Farm and Gaspee Point. The more
By BEN KANE In a month where the corona virus has dominated the headlines, it seemed ironic that this year's theme for the Academic Decathlon is "e;In Sickness and in Health."e; But concerns over the virus didn't cancel the state decathlon where more than more
By TYGER ALLEN In April, former New England Patriots offensive tackle Matt Light's foundation will host a Youth Wild Turkey Hunt in Rhode Island. After over a decade of youth events in Ohio, the Light Foundation is bringing their hunt to Rhode Island. more
By JOHN HOWELL Superintendent of Schools Philip Thornton has a new top-tier team that is getting rave reviews from the School Committee and the Warwick Teachers Union with expectations of moving the district forward and restoring the prominence of more
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