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By LAURA WEICK In the Democratic Sept. 8 primary, first-time candidate Stuart Wilson is challenging Rep. Joseph McNamara for the District 19 Rhode Island House of Representatives, a seat he has held for 25 years. McNamara, the chairman of the Rhode more
By LAURA WEICK During the Democratic National Convention's roll call, Rhode Island Democratic Party Chair and state representative Joseph McNamara presented the delegate counts in the most Rhode Island way possible: next to Iggy's Boardwalk's executive more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Flood Ford Auto topped East Greenwich in two games in the Connie Mack semifinals last week and went on to also sweep Slocum to claim the state championship on Tuesday. Flood Ford cruised past Slocum by scores of 12-6 and 11-6 to put an more
By JOHN HOWELL It was the dream job, what Christopher LaRoux had strived for. Six years ago he got that job as director of the Warwick Public Library, and it's lived up to all his expectations - and then, with COVID-19, even more. On Monday, Stephanie more
By LAURA WEICK Warwick City Council Chairman Steve Merolla used campaign funds to finance advertisements for his private law firm at least 12 times since 2014, which Merolla says was a mistake that he has acted to correct. The matter was brought to the more
By JOHN HOWELL Cam hasn't been himself since the governor shut down the state in March. He used to love going on neighborhood walks, but now he gets a couple of blocks from home and can't decide where to go. So, he returns home. He's become irritable and more
By LAURA WEICK The race for the vacant Senate District 31 seat will be one of the most crowded during the Sept. 8 primary: It's one of the few in which both the Democratic and Republican tickets will hold primaries to determine who will compete in the more
By Laura Weick After more than a month of preparing for hybrid classes, the Warwick School Committee voted 4-1 Tuesday night for schools to move completely online this fall... more
By JOHN HOWELL A month before the new coronavirus shut down the state, the Warwick Sewer Authority opened four bids to bring sewers to a collection of neighborhoods lumped under the name Bayside, seemingly signaling the start to a service to more than more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The start of school in Rhode Island will be delayed two weeks, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced Wednesday, while a final decision on how classes will resume - fully in person, through virtual learning or using a mixed approach - has also more
By ALEX SPONSELLER New England Frozen Lemonade secured the third seed in the Rhode Island 19-20 Elite League last week and is poised to make a run at a title this weekend. NEFL entered the season as one of the top clubs in the new, one-off league, and more
Final preparations are being made for the opening of the newest Dave’s Marketplace at the former site of the Benny’s Store at Wilde’s Corner. With the opening next Friday, the … more
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