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He's got the key now Warwick School Superintendent Philip Thornton turned over the keys to the former school administration building and former Hoxsie School built in 1926 to Mayor Scott Avedisian yesterday afternoon. School administration offices have more
Richard E. Johnson, 70, of Duncan, OK, passed away peacefully and surrounded by his loving family on Thursday, August 3, 2017 at Mercy Hospital in Oklahoma City. Richard was born on March 28, … more
By JOHN HOWELL Last week's news that the bond rating of state's second largest hospital group, Care New England, had been downgraded because of mounting losses hasn't thrown a wrench into CNE's intent to be acquired by HealthCare Partners of Boston, or more
By JOHN HOWELL A proposal that the city should pay for the repaving of roads after the installation of sewers rather than the property owners who would gain sewer service has spurred Riverview homeowners to rally in an effort to reduce sewer assessments more
It’s any first-time homeowner’s worst nightmare. “Water is dripping into my basement and I have no idea why!” When Louise Carriere, co-treasurer of Habitat for Humanity, West Bay and … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Warwick School Committee members David Testa and Karen Bachus successfully carved out $155,000 from the FY18 Warwick Public Schools budget to save 1.5 elementary guidance counselor positions, out of the six total that were laid off, at more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Committee approved $866,290.57 in contract awards for a wide variety of endeavors during Tuesday night's meeting at Toll Gate High School. They also approved $415,823.23 in bid awards, covering projects including new more
RECKLESS DRIVING AND MORE Officer Kevin McGuire was dispatched to Post Road and Elmwood Avenue on August 6 at 10:12 p.m. for a check condition call. As he was headed to the scene he observed a blue pickup truck traveling southbound in the breakdown lane more
`The class of 2017 at Bishop Hendricken High School achieved extraordinary things, whether it was in the classroom, on the field, or on the stage. This year's top ten students are a good example of some of the spectacular accomplishments of the class of more
By JACQUELYN MOOREHEAD -- Gina Russo spoke at the 2017 Rhode Island Preparedness Conference about surviving the Station Club fire and how she refused to be a victim and would choose to be a survivor instead. more
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