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To the Editor: The present candidates for president don't have the experience, the judgment, the transparency or the conscientiousness to solve the problems facing the United States in today's world. The people of the United States need a candidate who more
Garden City Center hosted the third annual Rhode Island Drive Electric Day on Saturday, Sept. 10. Electric vehicle drivers, enthusiasts, and intrigued local residents attended the show to learn about the benefits of electric cars as more
By JOHN HOWELL Few things - not even taxes - can mobilize Warwick citizens like the annual Warwick calendar. Print the wrong month in it, as happened several years ago, and the vendor is required to mail out 30,000 corrections for the month of July. more
At a short and rowdy special session held Tuesday evening in a small room where people were turned away because the room was at capacity, stood in the hall and chanted “change the venue,”” the … more
At the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, the GOP faithful formally nominated a man who is perhaps the most inordinate candidate in Republican Party history. Donald J. Trump, a real estate developer from New York City, became the party's nominee. In more
The first of three public hearings on the school administration's plan to implement the next phase of school consolidation with the closing of three elementary schools will be held next Thursday beginning at 6:30 p.m. at Veterans Junior High School. more
Mayor Scott Avedisian has named Brian Silvia, who served as internal auditor for the city for five years and currently is the director of finance for Cumberland, as Warwick City Treasurer. Silvia will start in the job that has been vacant since David more
Parents, teachers, students, administrators and all those interested are invited to a public forum tomorrow night to discuss special education in Warwick. The forum, called for by Councilman Ed … more
By TESSA ROY The Warwick Public Schools Building Committee met Tuesday night to discuss school safety and hear from members of the public on safety-related issues they'd like to see prioritized in a proposed bond issue to upgrade schools. Educators, more
Many Warwick voters will go to the polls Tuesday angry that they don't have better choices for the nation's top elective office and, perhaps for the first time, prepared to vote for someone other than the Republican or Democratic nominee. We urge them more
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