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By ETHAN HARTLEY You might never think about what happens to the water in your toilet after you flush, but that very quandary fuels an entire industry of engineers, mechanics, scientists and office personnel who populate the wastewater treatment field. more
The public’s help is being sought in locating a 17-year-old West Warwick girl who has been missing since fall of last year. Desarae Hickey was last seen in West Warwick on Oct. 19, 2018, … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Cranston-based Alex and Ani has often been held up as a 21st-century American success story. Its ties to the state's jewelry manufacturing history and its enormous success in the years following its 2004 founding have made it a more
By JOHN HOWELL It's not over yet, and it may be years before a 630-unit self-storage facility at Pond Plaza in Norwood is either built or shelved for good. On Wednesday, after 18 hours of testimony at three meetings, the Zoning Board of Review granted more
By ETHAN HARTLEY It took almost seven months to get here, but the financial audit for the city of Warwick's fiscal year that ended June 30, 2018 is finally out - and among many highlights garnered during a cursory read through its 194 pages, the report more
By ETHAN HARTLEY With a unanimous vote during a special meeting Thursday night, the Warwick School Committee made official a nearly $4 million allocation of funding from the Warwick City Council that will enable the schools to fund its sports program and more
By JOHN HOWELL Elaine Lepold, legs up, reclined in the chair beside her bed. Her right knee was bandaged following the surgery she had undergone, and an oxygen tube ran beneath her nose. She was watching Live PD" on television and spooning chocolate" more
Helen Maccrone has lived near Wildes Corner for 60 years. She remembers when Dave Cesario opened his fruit stand on West Shore Road in 1969. The stand was affectionately known as “the … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Two men walk into the Warwick Tax Collector's office in the newly re-opened Buttonwoods Community Center and start filming people as they pay their taxes. They don't answer questions from city employees inquiring what they're up to, but more
By ETHAN HARTLEY With the clock striking close to midnight on a deadline that would have closed the curtains on school sports for Warwick students for the upcoming season, the Warwick City Council supported an amended resolution put forth by Mayor Joseph more
By ETHAN HARTLEY In 2017, one of the nation's three largest credit bureaus, Equifax, experienced a security breach that left the personal information - including names, birth dates and social security numbers - of 147 million Americans vulnerable. This more
By JOHN HOWELL So, what do you do as a follow-up to the country's only parade celebrating the 50th anniversary of the historic landing on the moon? Lonnie Barham isn't lost for words, although some of those who helped him stage the event on Saturday that more
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