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By ETHAN HARTLEY With its third show of its first season in Warwick, the Sandra Feinstein Gamm Theatre looks to transport audiences back to the Blitz in London during the heat of World War II and the stories of people who were left to pick up the pieces more
“Remember the days at the Rocky Point Palladium?” asked former Ward 5 Councilman Carlo Pisaturo from the shoulder-to-shoulder crowd in the corridor outside the grand ballroom of the Crowne … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY As the nation enters the third consecutive week of the partial government shutdown, Rhode Island's relatively small configuration of federal employees - it has the sixth fewest total federal workers in the nation, with 6,864 as of more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick City Council officially welcomed its two new members Tuesday night during the city's inauguration ceremony, in addition to electing its leadership and committee chairs and members. Ward 9 Councilman Steve Merolla - the most more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Mayor Joseph Solomon, in his first speech after being officially inaugurated as the city's first new mayor in nearly two decades, could have easily spent his moment in the spotlight - with cameras and the eyes of hundreds of Warwick's more
Ring the security buzzer at most Warwick schools, look up at the camera that you know is focused on you and wait for the squawk on the speaker – “Yes, who’s there?” That doesn’t happen … more
By IAN WEINER With the Democratic Party resuming control of the House of Representatives, Congressman Jim Langevin's opportunity to preside over the House as Speaker pro-tempore on the first day of the 116th congress was filled with debate over ending more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Another financial practice of the Warwick Fire Department has raised more questions than answers at this time, as documents outlining negotiations for the 2012-15 collective bargaining agreement seem to conflict with the fiscal reality more
By JOHN HOWELL How do you fit an airplane - not a model, but the real thing - into a classroom? That was only one of the questions Brian Lussier, instructor for the state's only high school avionics program, faced. Before getting an airplane into the more
By JOHN HOWELL If the weather is cooperative and all goes according to plans, Sandy Lane from Warwick Avenue to Wilde's Corner will reopen to traffic this Thursday. As of Friday, replacement of more than 150 feet of sewer line and a manhole was completed more
The forecast was for gale force winds and that had some of the Frozen Few thinking twice about frostbite sailing on New Year’s Day. But killing a tradition is not in character for members of the … more
What a difference a year makes. Last New Year’s Day there were a few diehards, ready to plunge into an ice-caked hole in a frozen Greenwich Bay all for the sake of helping Mentor RI maintain the … more
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