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The Ocean State’s garbage cans empty into Johnston. But how long will Johnston remain Rhode Island’s dump? Estimates for the landfill’s lifespan are shifting. The Rhode Island … more
By JOHN HOWELL “We’re local blue collar guys who grew up in Warwick,” says Artak Avagyan. But that’s not the way some Pawtuxet residents see Avagyan and his partner Lee … more
Rhode Island leaders announced Tuesday the state has landed a bonanza that promises to mean high paying jobs and an annual growth in the Ocean State economy of more than $76 million. The … more
The Ocean State’s garbage cans empty into Johnston. But how long will Johnston remain Rhode Island’s dump? Estimates for the landfill’s lifespan are shifting. The Rhode Island … more
Former Massachusetts congressman and U.S. Speaker of the House Tip O’Neill coined the famous phrase: “All politics is local.” In Rhode Island, local politics tend to be … more
It’s been more than 25 years since the Warwick Sewer Authority started talking about and then designing sewers for what has become known as the Bayside project. And now that that it’s … more
Lt. Michael Carreiro, president of the Warwick Firefighters union, hit one rough patch in his quest to succeed Michael McCaffrey as the District 29 senator when it was revealed last month that he … more
Building Warwick’s Future, a group formed to raise funds in support of building new Toll Gate and Pilgrim High Schools, announced its platform Monday afternoon at Pilgrim with the group … more
The Rocky Point Midway made a return Tuesday afternoon. More that 100 tents lined the park walkway as vendors sold a variety of goods from clothing to collectibles and non-profits and municipal … more
The Rocky Point Midway made a return Tuesday afternoon. More that 100 tents lined the park walkway as vendors sold a variety of goods from clothing to collectibles and non-profits and municipal … more
By JOHN HOWELL The excitement was high and the dogs barking made it all the more palpable. Karin Muller pulled open the door and in an instant the larger of the two – a German shepherd … more
Greenwood Church is holding a special recital on Sunday, July 31 at 2:00 p.m. to dedicate a unique instrument: a harpsichord, built in 1976 by NYU computer science professor Paul Abrahams, who will … more
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