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By DANIEL KITTREDGE A Cranston native and accomplished tennis coach is among dozens of people facing charges in connection with what one federal official has described as an international college admissions bribery and money laundering scandal." Gordon" more
By JOHN HOWELL It was a surprise. So much of a surprise, in fact, that the recipient of the Gus Capotosto Award for outstanding Rhode Island Academic Decathlon coach wasn't at Sunday's award ceremony - at least not at that moment. Toll Gate coach Steve more
By JOHN HOWELL For decades Riverview, Longmeadow and Highland Beach homeowners have been told they will have sewers. Now, understandably since little seems to be happening, some residents question if that will ever happen. The short answer is the Bayside more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Hundreds are expected to gather at the Crowne Plaza at 5:30 p.m. this Thursday to show their support and give thanks to former Warwick Police Chief Col. Stephen McCartney, who retired this past December after nearly 20 years in charge of more
By JOHN HOWELL While Rhode Island Republicans have difficulty recruiting candidates to run for public office - with many seats left uncontested - a contest has shaped up for the chair of the state party with five candidates vying for the slot. All five more
By JOHN HOWELL For the first time in the history of the Warwick Fire Department, the mayor has reached outside the ranks of the department to name a chief. Tonight, the Board of Public Safety is expected to approve Mayor Joseph Solomon's selection of more
By JOHN HOWELL The hospital is a place you go to get stuck in bed until you get better and it's time to go home. That's not the way Dr. Ana Tuya Fulton thinks of health care or Kent Hospital. And that certainly is not what's happening in the newest more
By ETHAN HARTLEY At a special meeting of the Warwick School Committee Tuesday evening, 45-year veteran Pilgrim High School Track Coach Tom Dolce was approved to resume his coaching duties for another year, following a stir that began during the more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Department received unanimous approval from the Warwick City Council Monday night to release about $6.2 million in bond funding to initiate the first phase of crucial construction projects that are set to begin this more
With a large group of protesters filling the State House rotunda on Tuesday afternoon, one holding a sign comparing abortions to the mass killings of Adolf Hitler and others chanting religious hymns … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Those who must travel Airport Road to Post Road are likely familiar with the bypass that can be accessed by taking a right onto Evergreen Avenue (near the Park and Ride), taking a left on Pavilion Avenue and then connecting to Post Road... more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Lowell Lisker likes running on the Pilgrim track. It's easier on his knees than the pavement. But while his knees may be getting a break, are the fumes from overhead jets landing and taking off at Green Airport a health risk? more
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