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SHOPLIFTING On January 28 at approximately 8:35 p.m. Officer Anthony D'Abrosca was dispatched to the Bald Hill Road Macy's for a report of a shoplifting. At the store he met with a loss prevention associate who stated that approximately 7:30 p.m. she more
A group of citizens have made plans to thank Col. Stephen M. McCartney for the nearly 20 years he served at Warwick Police Chief at a reception in his honor and start a fund to benefit the department. The reception will be held Thursday, March 14 from more
By JOHN HOWELL When the City Council approved a resolution calling on the General Assembly to approve legislation giving the city $900,000 in payment in lieu of taxes (PILOT) as the host city of Green Airport, the immediate reaction of the Rhode Island more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The relationship between the Warwick School Department and the City Council has seen better days, and school department officials are now concerned about being able to fund needed capital projects for the next two summers within a more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Rhode Islanders will have a hometown hero represented in the world's biggest game this Sunday (Feb. 3) for the second year in a row. He won't be catching passes from Tom Brady or pressuring the high-powered offense of the Los Angeles more
By JOHN HOWELL St. Kevin School, which was forced to close after a burst heating pipe filled the building with steam and water cascading from a second-floor restroom during the Thanksgiving Day weekend, is buzzing again - only now with workmen in place more
Photographing a planet is by far the hardest thing to do with film (yes, some people still use it), with cameras and software. Conrad Cardano, longtime Skyscrapers member, will demonstrate how he does capture Venus, Saturn and Jupiter using a camera more
STOLEN VEHICLE At approximately 7:37 a.m. on Jan. 22, Officer David O. Thompson reports responding to the Crown Court Condominiums on Post Road for a report of larceny of an automobile. Upon arrival, Thompson made contact with the reporting party and her more
Ray Pontbriant is completely blind, mostly deaf and has a developmental delay, but there is nobody else in the state, maybe the country, that you’d rather have repair your antique chair. With … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Municipalities looking for some guidance on how to responsibly implement solar arrays at a time when such projects are booming will receive some help in the coming weeks from the state Office of Energy Resources, which is set to release more
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