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Renewal Easter morning provided perfect conditions for two traditional Warwick sunrise services. The first, which actually started before the sun made its appearance rising above the Bristol shoreline, was held at Warwick Neck Light. Commencing soon more
By JOHN HOWELL Not until she learned of a proposal to operate a medical waste facility on Division Street in West Warwick did Denise Lopez hear of the word pyrolysis. Now, Lopez - who lives in East Greenwich about a quarter-mile away from 1600 Division more
By JOHN HOWELL Warwick rescue was transporting a patient - according to reports, a 4-day-old baby who was having difficulty breathing - to Providence last weekend when the vehicle started shaking. They were on Interstate 95. They knew they had to get to more
By JOHN HOWELL As the director of school finances, one would expect Robert Baxter to pay attention to revenue and expenses. He does that, but he says there's more to it than money. It's students. On a visit to Vets Middle School on Thursday, Baxter more
By ARDEN BASTIA "When you enter this loving school, consider yourself one of the special members of an extraordinary family," reads a large poster with brightly colored letters in the foyer of the WELC preschool at John Brown Francis. It hangs on a more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Providence City Council President Sabina Matos has, for some time, been seen by many observers as the clear frontrunner in the lieutenant governor sweepstakes. After all, she has been a frequent, visible presence at Gov. Dan McKee's more
Show time Charles Brogioli, a former Warwick resident now living in Oxbridge, MA says it only takes him 40 minutes to pay a visit to Contimicut Point, breathe in the salt air and be greeting by lots of friends. They provide the show; he brings the more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The defending state champion Bishop Hendricken football team came out strong in its season opener, cruising past visiting Burrillville 42-7 to get its title defense off on the right foot. The Hawks offense will have a new look this more
By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Frank Picozzi has tapped Lyn D'Abrosca, who has served as interim city clerk since 2018, to fill the job on a permanent basis. The appointment requires City Council confirmation, which is on the agenda for the April 4 meeting. "She more
By PETE FONTAINE It's obvious people still love the Easter Bunny, as people of all ages showed up at the Tri-City Elks and enjoyed Saturday's sparkling sunshine during Lodge 14's free and first ever Drive-Up Easter event in Warwick. They came more
By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Frank Picozzi has nothing against the color blue. But he can't stand the steel blue planter boxes that line both sides of the section of Post Road that runs in front of City Hall. He wants to get rid of them and plant trees like the more
By ARDEN BASTIA What was billed as an interactive community forum to discuss the future of Warwick high schools attracted little engagement, the only community questions coming from the president of the Warwick Teacher's Union. Warwick Public Schools more
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