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The suspect shown in the sketch is described as being in his early 20s with a thin build, standing between 5 feet, 10 inches and 6 feet tall more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The undefeated, No. 1 seeded Bishop Hendricken Hawks drubbed the No. 5 seeded Portsmouth Patriots 35-8 on Saturday afternoon at Cranston Stadium to win their second straight Division I Football State Championship. Hawks senior wide out more
Warwick schools aren’t scoring lots of stars, and that has some people upset. Last week, the Rhode Island Department of Education released its 2019 school accountability results. The report card … more
After wondering where it came apart in June when he announced a three-year contract with no raises only to have the agreement shot down by city firefighters, Mayor Joseph Solomon announced Thursday … more
Last April, Becky Rossi got some of the worst news imaginable. Her mother, Linda Ahern, had not been feeling well, but nobody expected the diagnosis – stage four cancer that had already … more
Mayor Joseph Solomon announced on Thursday evening that he had reached a tentative, three-year contract with the Warwick Fire Department, which had been without a contract since its last collective bargaining agreement expired on July 1, 2018. more
Words like “befuddled” and “surprised” are being used to describe the action of 16 cities and towns to sue the General Assembly and the governor over the so-called “lifetime contracts … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The students at Holliman Elementary couldn’t believe it. Bugs Bunny was an honorary member of the United States Marine Corps? Popeye the Sailor Man used to be Popeye the Coast … more
By JOHN HOWELL Henry Brown always has a story. He's written hundreds of them; he's authored many books, which are frequently referenced when it comes to Rhode Island history. And even today, his memory doesn't elude him when it comes to growing up in more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Are the healthcare and pension benefits provided to members of the city's fire department, police department and municipal departments contributing to a cost burden that is ultimately unsustainable in Warwick in the long run, which could more
Eagles have had an impact on the Pawtuxet Rangers, or more accurately on the Rangers’ Armory on Remington Street in the village. Over the past four years, five Eagle Scout projects have … more
Sarah Stoves is known among her friends for her smile. Anyone who has been to a business event around the city or walked into the main office of the Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce in … more
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