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Barbers Mark Maggiacomo and Alan Ferla had the time to watch Donald J. Trump take the oath as the nation’s 45th president, as Louie’s Barber Shop in Conimicut was quiet Friday at midday. Usually, … more
From Australia to Alaska, London to Saudi Arabia, Nigeria to Antarctica, pink-knitted hats stretched, as an estimated 4.7 million people from all over the world attended simultaneous, peaceful … more
After an unexplained hiatus where they took off for places unknown, swans have made a return to Pawtuxet. Dave Chartier took this picture near the causeway at Salter Grove Park off Narragansett … more
A “friendly rivalry” between neighboring cities is sure to ignite, as Cranston looks poised to overtake Warwick as the second largest city in the state. “The mayor would certainly take … more
Pumped up Patriots Michaela Mercurio was surprised to be greeted by Pat Patriot when she stopped for a coffee at the Wildes Corner Dunkin Donuts Tuesday afternoon. Team representatives handed out Patriots t-shirts and other mementoes as part of the One" more
By JOHN HOWELL One point of the city's new phone system is to streamline calls so that instead of dialing 738-2000 and then an extension to reach a department, you can dial the department directly. But that hasn't always happened since the city more
By JOHN HOWELL The former Elaine Yates was back in Warwick Wednesday to face a charge from Oct. 14, 1988 that she had abducted her two daughters. Yates' apprehension in Texas on Monday was a long awaited break for Russell Yates, who for more than three more
Hands-on learning There's been no lack of interest since Toll Gate boosted classes in robotics, says technology/education department chair Dennis Dubee. Dubee credits the administration with coming through with about $25,000 for materials to get the more
By JOHN HOWELL Janine Burke-Wells has been smoking out some foul odors. The executive director of the Warwick Sewer Authority was on Haven Street Wednesday morning with a crew that was literally blowing smoke into city sewer lines. It is all part of an more
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
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