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By ETHAN HARTLEY A classic New England joke advises that if you don't like the weather, one simply has to wait a minute for different weather to occur. Anecdotally speaking, Rhode Islanders are well aware of the region's seemingly moody nature. Sometimes more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A new legislative proposal has reignited debate over panhandling in the Ocean State. Rhode Island House of Representatives Deputy Speaker Charlene Lima (D-Dist. 14, Cranston) last week introduced House Bill 5330, which would impose more
With flames that could be seen from as far away as West Shore Road, fire consumed the better part of the second story of 20 Overton St. in Oakland Beach Thursday morning. “I thought it was the … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Warwick is the most affordable place to live in Rhode Island, at least according to a study recently released by, which assessed the most affordable places to live in America. The study examined cities and towns of more more
By JOHN HOWELL Usually when Mayor Joseph Solomon is invited to Green Airport it's to be a part of an announcement that another airline has chosen to fly out of Rhode Island, opening new destinations and bringing more economic opportunities to the city more
By JOHN HOWELL Former Warwick firefighter captain and former state Representative Peter Ginaitt is no longer chair of the Warwick Sewer Authority - when his term expired last month Mayor Joseph Solomon named Carlo Pisaturo to succeed him - but he more
By ETHAN HARTLEY No meetings have been scheduled yet between the city and the Warwick School Committee to continue negotiations towards resolving the nearly $5 million budget deficit in the schools, and a deadline is set for later today that, if no more
John “Jack” Fay was a “man of habit,” according to Warwick Detective Capt. Joseph Hopkins. A 66-year-old father, retired postal worker and Vietnam veteran, Fay’s routine included jogging … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY In an attempt to reach a resolution outside of a court room - and wary of time restraints concerning capital construction reimbursements for projects scheduled for this summer - the Warwick School Committee voted Tuesday night to more
By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Joseph Solomon is reshaping city government, making board and commission appointments and, in the case of the Warwick Sewer Authority, bringing back a former councilman to the surprise of some. With little notice, Solomon dismissed more
By ETHAN HARTLEY An ordinance amendment intended to prevent people from inadvertently (or even purposefully) feeding rats through other forms of wild animal feedings and contributing to quality of life issues within the city has stalled once again after more
The Warwick Police Department released the following information on Tuesday evening pertaining to an arrest made in the case of the murder of John "Jack" Fay, who was killed in City Park in 2013. more
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