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The hunt On the morning of March 8th Thomas Theroux, who lives just north of Rocky Point, photographed this coyote on the hunt. In case you were wondering, it didn't bother making a plunge for the ducks. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Many must traverse Jefferson Boulevard to get to work, but if you stick solely to the main drag you may miss some exciting, hidden businesses operating just enough off the beaten path. Mayor Joseph Solomon paid a visit to one of those more
By MERI R. KENNEDY More than 120 people plunged into the chilly waters of Greenwich Bay Saturday to assist families with the expenses of preemies. Founded 10 years ago, Project Sweet Peas helps to support families with a baby in NICU. A NICU (Neonatal more
For the fifth year, girls in grades five through eight across the Ocean State are being invited to apply for a chance to become “Governor for a Day.” Gov. Gina Raimondo recently announced this … more
A decade to study With the 1960s as the theme for this year's Academic Decathlon, graphics arts students at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center had plenty to choose from in designing t-shirts for the state competition held Sunday at the Knight more
The House of Representatives will host its third annual Military and Veterans Outreach Day on Thursday, March 21, from 2 to 4:30 p.m. The event, which is being organized by Rep. Camille F.J. Vella-Wilkinson (D-Dist. 21, Warwick), will give veterans and more
By JOHN HOWELL During a recognition and promotional ceremony Tuesday, Col. Rick Rathbun, Warwick's new police chief, said he looks forward to working with Warwick citizens and businesses to address quality of life issues and establishing a strong sense" more
DUI Shortly after 7 p.m. on March 2, Officer James P. Wenneman and other officers responded to the area of Atlantic Avenue following reports of a vehicle going off the road and striking a parked vehicle. At the scene, the officers observed a white 2017 more
By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Joseph Solomon says he's tightening the screws on city spending in an effort to deal with the looming financial crisis he outlined in his state of the city address two weeks ago. In an interview Monday, Solomon said he has instructed more
Coming along With the high work completed, scaffolding has been removed from City Council Chambers and painting and flooring crews are concentrating on completing renovations to the room following the rupture of a sprinkler head that soaked the floor more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Senior citizens are getting a lot of help from the Rhode Island legislature, as five out of the six legislative priorities that would either extend existing programs or create news ones to benefit the elderly are on track to work through more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Governor Gina Raimondo joined Rhode Island College (RIC) president Frank S nchez on Thursday morning to discuss the potential benefits of expanding the Rhode Island Promise scholarship program to the state university. The proposed more
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