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By TYGER ALLEN Toll Gate High senior Elana Caparco is one of 106 students across the nation to earn the Horatio Alger National Scholarship for 2020. Caparco will receive $25,000 from the organization to put toward her college education. more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A former Cranston state representative has set his sights on a seat in Congress. Robert Lancia, a Republican who previously represented District 16 in the Rhode Island House of Representatives, this week announced he plans to more
By TYGER ALLEN A rusted metal plug no larger than a silver dollar and costing less than $6 has forced the closure of Toll Gate High School for the week. At about 8 a.m. Saturday the plug burst from a water valve inside a utility well in the floor of the more
By JOHN HOWELL There's a lot more to the FIRST Tech Challenge than robots. Indeed, high school and middle school students build and program robots to perform a series of tasks autonomously and then by driver control. Like prizefighters, Robots perform in more
By TYGER ALLAN and JOHN HOWELL Unlike Western Cranston, Exeter and West Greenwich as well as other rural areas in the state, Warwick does not have extensive woodlands and fields that could become sites for solar farms. But that doesn't mean Warwick more
By TYGER ALLEN Local Community Action directors are hailing a bill that could come before the House of Representatives for a vote as soon as Thursday. The bill would increase minimum wage in the state by $1. It will be heard by the House Labor Committee more
By JOHN HOWELL The city has filed as an intervenor in the Providence Water Supply Board's application to increase the wholesale cost of water by more than 20 percent. Warwick is served by both the Warwick Division of Water, with more than 25,000 more
By JOHN HOWELL It's February, but spring is in the air and the birds are migrating. Nineteen Warwick Neck area families have already been visited by the flocks, and from what we're hearing they haven't completed their tour by any means. Who knows - maybe more
By TYGER ALLEN Representative Joseph J. Solomon Jr. is looking to pass legislation to erect protective barriers along the sides of three bridges in the state. He said that these barriers would certainly be a deterrent for anyone contemplating taking more
By TYGER ALLEN In an effort to address long neglected repairs to elementary and middle schools and take advantage of state reimbursements of up to 52 percent of the costs, the City Council approved Monday a $56 million bond to appear on the November more
By JOHN HOWELL Mark Desdourian gave an audience of angry Warwick taxpayers Monday night the three keys to winning an election, and not one of them was money. In fact, all three words were the same - "e;walk, walk and walk."e; Desdourian, who will be running more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Garden City Center, a decades-old fixture of the Ocean State's retail shopping scene, has been sold to a Massachusetts-based company. The transaction was announced this week in separate press releases from the purchaser, WS more
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