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By JOHN HOWELL -- Are Warwick voters prepared to support an $85 million bond issue to upgrade its aging schools, or would they want to upgrade schools to aspirational standards suggested by the State Department of Education at a cost of almost $118 million? more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Warwick is the second best community for senior citizen health care and the fourth best place overall to retire in Rhode Island, according to a recent report released by SmartAsset.com. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A large crowd descended onto Airport Road on Wednesday afternoon to witness the official inaugural sendoff of the New England Patriots' personalized aircraft more
By REP. AARON REGUNBERG Is healthcare a fundamental human right, or a privilege for those who can afford it? That's the core question underlying our country's healthcare debate. And it's the reason why each year since being elected I have worked with more
To the Editor: Facts are stubborn things was the theme of Chris Curran's op-ed piece in Beacon Communications papers on Thursday, 12/21 - except that most were invented by him. His first fact was that Trump has formed an oligarch in his administration. more
As of Friday, the deadline for priority financial aid, 1,100 members of the high school class of 2017 had registered under the governor's Rhode Island Promise program for free tuition at the Community College of Rhode Island. There's still time to more
The most common answer of any Rhode Islander when asked about the quality of life in our state is “great state, lousy government.” For four decades now, this writer has witnessed governor … more
The Warwick City Council, to their credit, are unquestionably dedicated public servants who put in hours of work, for very little pay, to try and make decisions that benefit their constituents and the city as a whole. It is a job that not many can do, more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Air Bed & Breakfast (AirBNB) is offering homeowners a means of making money, but how the business could alter the neighborhood has some Warwick Neck residents concerned. more
Replenishing the pantry A $1,000 legislative grant from Senator Michael McCaffrey will be used to replenish the shelves at the St. Mark's Church food pantry that opens on the last Saturday of the month. The church runs a free lunch on that day after more
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