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By JOHN HOWELL Toni Andersen is putting out a call for a ship's captain, gravedigger, bailiff, class of students, member of the militia, teacher, blacksmith and jailor, along with a prisoner or two. To qualify, they should at least be a third-grader - more
By TYGER ALLEN On the eve of Toll Gate students and faculty returning to classes, the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) issued a response to Superintendent Philip Thornton's request to allow five days out of classes. Wednesday afternoon, RIDE more
By JUSTIN MORETTI The coronavirus has captured the world's attention in recent weeks, with more than 2,000 deaths reported worldwide, more than 75,000 cases reported in China and another 1,000 cases confirmed in locations around globe as of Wednesday. more
By JACOB MARROCCO "e;The microcosm that it represents is incredible, it makes your brain want to explode,"e; said Jillian Butler, director of the Wavemaker Fellowship at the Rhode Island Commerce Corp. Butler has led the Wavemaker program since its inception more
By TYGER ALLEN At 84 years of age, Edgar Edwards could have been sitting back and enjoying his almost 30-year retirement from teaching music at East Greenwich schools. Perhaps he could spend his days going back to Kent Hospital where he and his Bernese more
By JOHN HOWELL Two incidents in the past year - a situation in which a Warwick police officer shot a dog that attacked him, and an accident in which an officer hit and killed a pedestrian who was crossing West Shore Road - have Warwick Police Chief Col. more
By JOHN HOWELL There's a point where you know the path forward may be challenging but it's manageable. Efforts to restore Toll Gate High School after a section of the lower building was flooded on Feb. 8 reached that point Friday after removal of floor more
By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Joseph Solomon is equipped to withstand the heat following the promotional ceremony of 63 firefighters, including Chief Peter McMichael, Wednesday night before a crowd of more than 400 people at the Crowne Plaza. The celebration more
By TYGER ALLEN There was a level of optimism mixed with a dash of skepticism and plenty of questions as to how it could all work Wednesday at the first of two public workshops on planning for the future for Toll Gate and Pilgrim High Schools. More than more
By TYGER ALLEN There's no knowing when Warwick Schools could be the target of a cyber attack. A seemingly normal email with embedded links or a PDF file could pop into the mailbox of any faculty member. A click by just one employee could render the more
By JOHN HOWELL David Levesque believes in the value of a hand shake. It's what landed him the largest of his Brewed Awakenings stores - the one on Route 2 in Warwick in the shadow of Barnes and Noble - and set him on the path to developing a different more
By JOHN HOWELL When K. Joseph Shekarci holds a fundraiser, he gets a crowd. It's been that way for some time, and on Tuesday night the state representative from Warwick and House minority leader did it again at the Crowne Plaza. Shekarchi packed the more
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