December 21, 2014
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To the Editor: This is an open letter to Lonnie Barham. I am very sorry to see you go, but I must tell you that you wrote excellent columns. You knew your subjects and it was a pleasure to read … more
FINDING FRIENDS: Lilly Pigeon is delighted to …
As of noon yesterday – the first day of school – everything was running smoothly, reported Superintendent Richard D’Agostino. D’Agostino joined Mayor Scott Avedisian shortly after 7 a.m. … more
“38GATE”: Representative Mich-ael Chippendale …
At 6 p.m. last Thursday only a few people had walked into the Republican Headquarters and picked up the thick packets of papers with names and dates strewn across the pages. Slowly people eased their … more
Discussions and dealings between the school department and the city administration have often been contentious. In an effort to bridge that gap, resolve differences, and strengthen communication … more
FIELDS AND EARTH: Contractors continued screening …
Homeowners in the Lakeshore Drive neighborhood, who found themselves in a dust storm last fall as a result of the relocated Winslow Park fields, received a token for their aggravation this week from … more
NOT JOLLY: Paul McNeil of Warwick, dressed as …
Santa made an appearance at the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission hearing on National Grid’s request to increase electric bills by nearly 24 percent starting next month. But he wasn’t … more
This year’s general election will feature seven extremely important referenda question for voter approval or rejection. Question 1: Would allow table games to be added as another form of … more
When it comes to protecting individual, economic and educational freedoms of Rhode Islanders over the past two years, Warwick was ranked 23rd among the 39 cities and towns in the state, according to … more
When schools open today, police will be present, but unlike last week following receipt by Johnston Police of an anonymous letter threatening the beheading of an elementary school student, they … more
HE’D LIKE THEIR VOTE, NONETHELESS: Ward 5 …
Ed Ladouceur doesn’t face an opponent in Tuesday’s election, but that hasn’t stopped him from campaigning. Recently Ladouceur, who represents Ward 5, had a plan to visit 100 homes in an area … more
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