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By JOHN HOWELL The city is chasing down 26,000 people and companies that haven't paid their tax bills, going as far back as far as 2008, for a total of $7 million. If that sounds like hard work, it is, says City Tax Collector Kayla Jones. What makes more
By JOHN HOWELL As if what she has already disclosed isn't enough of a revelation, Lara D'Antuono says she has an announcement - surprise" - that she's keeping until Thursday evening. What the executive director of the Warwick Boys and Girls Clubs will" more
Rhode Island students could get a significant financial boost under a “historic” proposal from Governor Gina M. Raimondo. The plan, dubbed “Rhode Island’s Promise,” would guarantee two … more
By JOHN HOWELL Frances Amico has blown out many candles during her lifetime. There's only guessing how many. On Saturday evening she was faced with three more, which is a good thing because if there had been a true representation of her age the cake more
By JOHN HOWELL Senator Sheldon Whitehouse had people laughing at a rally to save the Affordable Care Act. The Republicans have already taken the first steps to dismantle it in the wake of Donald Trump's election and their impending control of both the more
Open again The fence that divided the Dave's Marketplace parking lot at Hoxsie Four Corners causing confusion and frustration last Tuesday was removed on Saturday, according to Sue Budlong, marketing and communications manager. The fence extended down more
By JEN COWART The last few months have left Matt Donnelly and Jeff St. Germain unsettled and worried about the future, especially as the inauguration looms. Warwick residents and small business owners, Donnelly and St. Germain have been partners for 34 more
By TESSA ROY Local students have teamed up with area organizations to lend some helping hands to kids in need. Rocky Hill School's Interact Club and the New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) Rotaract Club, sponsored by East Greenwich Rotary's New more
By BRIAN JONES Manny Gomes was celebrated at a memorial service Dec. 14 that recalled the many lives he touched after surviving a catastrophic accident while he was homeless and later becoming known as The Mayor of Apponaug" for the good works he did" more
By PETE FONTAINE The St. Barnabas Church community loves Rev. James Robert Bocchino. From the time a four-member search community held a half hour telephone interview with Bocchino on Labor Day, Sept. 2, 2013 until the closing of Sunday's emotional more
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