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FROM THE DARK SKY: These images of the Amazon construction site in Johnston, following the sunset, were captured by drones piloted by Trevor Bryan, an FAA Licensed and insured drone pilot, the owner … more
More than 150 Hendricken football team alumni returned to the school Friday for the naming of the football field and stadium for longtime coach Ed Fracassa. Fracassa embraced the school’s … more
The Boston Celtics of the NBA announced last week that Johnston native Joe Mazzulla would be promoted to interim head coach for the upcoming season after the suspension of Ime Udoka. Mazzulla, 34, … more
Under an ordinance given first passage earlier this month and coming up for second passage on Oct. 17, the Warwick Police Department’s use of ALPR (automated license plate recognition … more
The Warwick Police officer who has run the Citizen Police Academy for years, worked in community policing and has trained the Warwick Boys and Girls Clubs in security procedures earning it the … more
Having validated the procurement costs for electricity, the Public Utilities Commission on Friday approved Rhode Island Energy’s request to increase the price per kilowatt hour for the basic … more
A decision may be made on an electricity rate hike as early as the end of this week. In the meantime, Ocean State residents, advocates and politicians took turns making impassioned pleas to … more
“Joe would be very proud of what’s going on here today,” offered Richard Quetta, an official and dedicated member of the Rhode Island Antique Fire Apparatus Society. “He loved … more
The Department of Environmental Management (DEM) had some good news for the otherwise catastrophic situation last week when a forced main sewer line ruptured on Lakeshore Drive. Contrary to … more
“We’re in a wait and see mode at this point.” That was Ginny Leslie’s assessment of any further developments concerning more than 15 acres with frontage on the Pawtuxet … more
A Warwick mother is looking to have her daughter opt out of a school program slated to begin this fall that would provide personal information to the School Department that she claims is in violation … more
In spite of the ruling Wednesday by U.S. District Judge William Smith that the state’s program of tolling trucks violates the U.S. Constitution, Speaker of the House Joseph Shekarchi said … more
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