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To the Editor: Having been a regular attendee at city council meetings for at least a decade and attending budget hearings for years, there has been one issue that has been spoken about over and over, year after year, and remains unchanged to date. That more
To the Editor: The Warwick Beacon’s large front page article “Ladouceur requests RIDE investigation of special education” (11/8/16) was a disgraceful affront to our beautiful students and … more
By JOHN HOWELL The Warwick Firefighters Union is contesting the Tier II pension plan implemented in 2012 to reduce pension costs and improve the city’s ability to pay pension obligations going … more
While more than 150 people were at City Park beach on Aug. 14, in its investigation of the drowning of Jamir Stewart, the Warwick Police Department did not find anyone who witnessed the six-year-old slip beneath the water. It was like he" more
The elementary consolidation process showed no signs of slowing despite pleas to put the brakes on the plan to close Randall Holden and Wickes Schools and re-purpose John Brown Francis School as the district's early childhood center. A vote more
The city administration started an 18-week academy for fire recruits knowing that possibly more recruits could graduate than there were jobs in the department. And that's what happened. A class of 24 graduated, giving the department eight more
Renovations to Pilgrim High School and Vets that opens as a junior high school on Aug. 31 are in high gear and, according to school director of buildings and grounds Steve Gothberg, on schedule for completion on Aug. 29 and 30. A more
Was it the blue flu, “stress” as union president Darlene Netcoh suggests, or just the alignment of the stars? Whatever it was, when 33 Veterans Junior High School teachers called in sick … more
Applying the logic that Democratic candidate for mayor Richard Corrente is really a member of the Tea Party attempting to unseat incumbent Republican Scott Avedisian, the Rhode Island Progressive Democrats announced their support of more
As the school district continues to adjust to the pains of secondary school consolidation, parents and teachers learned Tuesday night of the recommendations of a subcommittee to shutter John Wickes … more
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