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Multi-million dollar projects, such as the proposal to build a dog lodge on Jefferson Boulevard or a garage for use by contractors to store vehicles and materials on Post Road, in Pawtuxet have a way … more
By JOHN HOWELL Wayne Kezirian, president of the Rhode Island Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, was prepared for the opening of their new home on Plan Way in Warwick Thursday … more
At 10:11 p.m. on Sept. 18, the Warwick City Council voted 8-1 to release $350 million in bond funding to build two new high schools, slated to replace Pilgrim and Toll Gate High Schools. The … more
The American Veterans Traveling Tribute’s (AVTT) Traveling Wall stopped in Warwick from Thursday to Monday, and was host to a ceremony on Friday afternoon paying tribute to those who died in … more
By JOHN HOWELL As the City Council weighs whether to release voter-approved bonding for new Pilgrim and Toll Gate High Schools on Sept. 18, questions will focus on the projected costs of the … more
With conceptual drawings and engineering plans nearing competition, the administration is moving ahead with advertising for the naming rights of Mayor Frank Picozzi’s dream for a City Hall … more
Jim Palmisciano wants to give Rhode Islanders a new political party. Palmisciano, a graduate of Bishop Hendricken High School and Providence College, is chair of the Rhode Island Forward Party, … more
It was a hot start for Warwick schools Tuesday unless it was Sherman, Warwick Neck and one of the schools with HVAC systems. “It’s very toasty,” said School Committee member … more
Highlighting the people of Warwick and their stories has become a passion for Scott Nerney- one that he finds particularly enjoyable. Nerney, who was born in Warwick, went to Warwick Veterans … more
A Narragansett-based company that has a 40 year history in restoring aging buildings, including lighthouses, has been selected to bring new life to a Warwick icon that is showing its age and visually … more
As students prepare  to end their summer vacations, the Warwick School Department is ready to welcome them back. The administration projects an enrollment of 7,963 students on Sept. 5, … more
“Even though you wouldn’t know,” Steve Gothberg said Friday of renovations nearing completion at Warwick Neck School, “it looks like a bomb went off.” It was an … more
It was a poor pun but US Senator Jack made it anyway last Thursday in announcing three grants totaling $4.37 million to enhance the city’s sewer infrastructure, build in environmental … more
Most parents stop thinking about breastfeeding once their child is weaned but not Amanda Couture. Amanda, a Warwick mother of two, is a Breastfeeding Peer Counselor at the East Bay Community … more
By JOHN HOWELL It’s predictably difficult to find a parking place in front of Warwick Neck School. But this is summer and it’s Saturday. The parking lot is full. The front door to … more
“Pick me,” read the wording on the package of Pacific Northwest granny apples. If I saw it, it registered subliminally. I knew what I wanted and pulled the green apples out of the cooler … more
“Merry Christmas!” The speaker, a young girl, was greeting Stephanie Van Patten, who laughed and replied “Happy New Year!” The girl took some candy and left the rest for … more
Clouds Hill Victorian House Museum offers visitors “a portal to the past,” but its heating system could use a portal to the 21st century. The museum, an estate built between 1872 and … more
By JOHN HOWELL “Coming up,” Warwick Police Officer Andrew Chretien said above the hum of the twin outboards. The engines went from a purr to a roar as police marine vessels cleared … more
The July 14th deadline has come and gone, and United States General Service Administration (GSA) Spokesman Paul Hughes says “over a dozen” parties have expressed interest in Warwick Neck … more
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