The area's fastest growing fast food chain is getting yet another Southern New England location.

After first opening in Johnston, Rhode Island, in January and Seekonk, Massachusetts, in March, Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers is growing again.

In February came the announcement that the chain had signed a lease at 323 William S. Canning Blvd in Fall River. Now a fourth location is being planned as well.

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This newest Raising Cane's location will be by Warwick Mall, 336 Bald Hill Road, where the former Red Rice Asian restaurant was located.

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Already, construction netting is around the site and demolition of the Red Rice building in underway. Raising Cane's plans to start its new location with a brand new building seems ready to open sooner rather than later.

The company has already posted a restaurant manager job opening for the Warwick location on its website. The post went up in early April listing pay rate, job benefits and manager responsibilities.

Between the posting and the construction already underway, chicken lovers in Rhode Island could have a new place to grab a bite before the end of the year.

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Warwick is already quite popular for chicken fast food chains. Chick-fil-A chose the city for its first standalone Rhode Island location back in 2014 and Popeye's Louisiana Kitchen took over the building at 1000 Bald Hill Road a few years ago.

Now, a third chicken choice will be available as Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers continues its New England growth.

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