October 23, 2014
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RAINA TO THE RESCUE: Mia Godbout and her sister …
Two local sisters, who’ve tapped into young girls’ infatuation with horses and created an educational toy which develops students’ leadership skills and Science, Technology, Engineering and … more
To the Editor: In this rather vexing campaign season, the most provocative race is unquestionably the race for mayor of our capital city. Facing Republican Daniel Harrop, whose chances are … more
WHAT IT MEANS: Mayor Scott Avedisian outlines the …
Southwest Airlines changed commercial aviation in Rhode Island when it picked Green Airport as the place to introduce its low-cost airfares to New England. Green became one of the faster growing … more
Two men are being sought in connection with the …
he men reportedly selected two carriages worth of tools – including DeWalt combo kits and a Husqvarna chainsaw – before running past the clerk out the door and leaving the scene in a gold or silver SUV. more
Students may not be the only ones leaving public schools. A new report from the Alliance for Excellent Education suggests that Rhode Island may be losing between $4 million and $10.4 million due to … more
To the Editor: I am a candidate for Warwick City Council Ward 3. As I walk and talk with the citizens of the ward, a number of questions and concerns were expressed concerning Councilwoman Camille … more
LOOKING FOR DONATIONS: Bill Roche stands next to …
A Warwick man has parked his car at an intersection on Bald Hill Road in hopes of gaining donations from drivers to buy back the house that he was evicted from last year. Sometimes drivers honk … more
WATCH YOUR TURN: Police have cracked down or turn …
Right turns are usually easy, even at a crowded intersection and when the light is red. But try a right turn from heading west on Airport Road onto Evergreen Avenue between 7 and 9 a.m. and you could … more
The Warwick School Committee and the Warwick Teachers Union (WTU) have come to an agreement on a one-year contract for the 2014-15 school year. The WTU ratified the agreement last Thursday afternoon. … more
With the announcement that the city expects to have a greater than projected surplus for the fiscal year ending June 30, some council members urged Mayor Scott Avedisian not to delay road repairs and … more
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