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By JOHN HOWELL After being on the job for more than 12 weeks, Peter McMichael, the first man to head the Warwick Fire Department who did not come up through its ranks, is impressed by the department's personnel and in awe of the range of conditions its more
By JOHN HOWELL City Council Chambers were as quiet as a courtroom Tuesday night for the latest chapter in the efforts of PRW Holdings LLC to convert a portion of the Pond View Plaza on Post Road into a 630-unit self-storage facility overlooking Sand more
By ETHAN HARTLEY It was early in the afternoon on a Thursday, and Father Andrew Messina was cranking up his computer speakers. He had navigated to a YouTube video featuring his favorite Russian-Ukrainian cover band Leonid & Friends, which take well-known more
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By DANIEL KITTREDGE Allan Fung is no stranger to the local airwaves. As Cranston's mayor since 2009 and a two-time candidate for governor, he has been a regular presence on Rhode Island television and radio stations for the last decade. Now, he is poised more
By MAX FRAZIER Last Wednesday was a first for many in the Hendricken community: for the principal, the school president and the entire 2019 class that is now embarking upon a new path in their lives. Two hundred and eighteen Hendricken boys made their more
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By JOHN HOWELL Eunice Pratt was just where she should be - seated at the head of the table. She looked bright on this rainy Thursday, eyes shining, a smile and a lay of colorful flowers around her neck. This was the annual meeting of alumni of Friends of more
By ETHAN HARTLEY For Mayor Joseph Solomon, the grass is always greener in Warwick. This isn't simply a reflection of his oft-spoken affinity for the city he resides over as mayor, but also because for the first time in recent history, the city once again more
By JOHN HOWELL When the Rhode Island Airport Corp. conducts back-to-back Warwick public workshops next week on a 20-year master plan for Green Airport, it will be looking for suggestions on how to improve the existing facility as well as how to be more
By ETHAN HARTLEY In observation of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, Saint Elizabeth Community held their fourth annual recognition breakfast at the Crowne Plaza on Friday, June 14 to thank people from all across the spectrum of elder care for the work more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Mayor Joseph Solomon reiterated Wednesday morning that the city is committed to ensuring that sports programming continues uninterrupted during the 2019-20 school year, which at this time is in jeopardy of being cut due to the school more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Rhode Island Office of the Child Advocate has concluded through an extensive report released Tuesday that the Rhode Island Department of Child Youth and Families (DCYF) created" the situation that led to the death of a 9-year-old" more
By JOHN HOWELL Former Rhode Island first lady Marguerite Garrahy stood outside the closed doors to the Senate chambers Tuesday afternoon. Two people were on their knees praying, while another dozen talked over the chants of pro-lifers - who appeared to more
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