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The Johnston Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a suspect involved in a hit and run crash. Around 4:45 p.m., Jan. 12, Johnston Police responded to the Shell … more
The last time a new high school was built in Warwick was 51 years ago when Toll Gate High School was built.  Now the Warwick School Committee is hopeful that not one but two new high schools … more
What has been the biggest challenge(s) regarding COVID since coming back from Christmas break? Warwick School Department Supt. Lynn Dambruch said the answer to that question is the same challenge … more
Another mystery warehouse has been pitched for Johnston. The town’s Planning Board voted unanimously (4-0) Tuesday night to accept a Major Land Development Master Plan from NorthPoint … more
When Council President Steve McAllister lobbied his colleagues to vote for him to wield the gavel at Council meetings he said he wanted to change the culture of their meetings.  Now, one year … more
In January of 2021 Mayor Frank Picozzi was sworn into office on the front steps of City Hall.   Aside from his time on the Warwick School Committee  … more
It will have you tapping The Pilgrim Players rehearse a dance from the musical Anything Goes that opens Friday at the school with additional performances on Saturday and Sunday. The Players will all be wearing masks and seating is limited to 200 with more
By JOHN HOWELL The most recent wave of Covid-19 cases hit Kent Hospital two to three weeks after Thanksgiving when the number of hospitalized patients tripled. Many of those patients were infected with the Delta variant. Dr. Paari Gopalakrishnan, more
Aramis Segura, 30, of Charlestown, has been apprehended and charged in connection to a New Year’s Eve crash that claimed a 17-year-old’s life on New Year’s Eve. Around 1 a.m., … more
Desiree DelGrosso lives in East Providence and flies frequently out of Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport so she’s been watching the transition at the intersection of Post and … more
The Warwick Land Trust has unanimously endorsed a plan that if successful would place a $15 million bond measure on the ballot next November. The bond measure would ask voters to approve the City … more
Mayor Frank Picozzi has been in the construction business long enough to know unexpected cost increases can send a budget into a tail spin. But in his experience, he hasn’t seen anything … more
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