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Bill Coty says he has a high threshold for pain. Yet on the morning of Nov. 23 he was doubled over. On a scale of one to 10, he was at a 10. He felt as if his bladder was going to burst, but he couldn't relieve himself. Cote knew what the more
By TESSA ROY Warwick Public Schools have again caught the attention of the Rhode Island American Civil Liberties Union, this time for a draft social media policy that was tabled at the last School Committee meeting. A letter from the ACLU's Steven Brown more
Elementary school stars shine Cedar Hill Principal Dr. Colleen Mercurio K - Callie Nelson 1 - Colin DelPrete 2 - Ali Samii 3 - Andrew Bacon 4 - Joshua Maynard 5 - Marcus … more
By TESSA ROY The average student loan debt per student in Rhode Island is about $35,000, and a bill from Representative Evan Shanley seeks to ease that cost. The Rhode Island Get on Your Feet Loan Forgiveness Program" (2017-H 5889) would relieve" more
An open letter to U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse: This is an open letter to Senator Sheldon Whitehouse. Last month Brexit came across the pond and the results were an extraordinary victory for Donald Trump and a stunned and divided nation. Blue-collar more
By JOHN HOWELL Every month, Warwick leads the state in the total number of single-family home sales, a number that consistently tops 100. But when it comes to the sale of million dollar homes, it's Newport, Barrington and Watch Hill that make the more
Editor's note: Father Robert Marciano, pastor of St. Kevin School, delivered this homily at each mass on Oct. 16. His comments on the upcoming election were picked up by the news media and widely disseminated. more
In post-election America, young people, social activists, and municipal leaders across our nation are anticipating doom and see Donald J. Trump’s election to the presidency as a harbinger of an … more
By JOHN HOWELL Anna Beaulieu, a junior at Bay View Academy, remembers when St. Kevin School almost closed seven years ago. She was a student at the school then along with 139 others. On Sunday she was back at St. Kevin's with 13 of her alumni giving more
To the Editor: In an attempt to undermine progress in our beloved city, Eugene Nadeau's recent attack on distinguished Councilman Ed Ladouceur has instead demonstrated how out of touch he is with the pulse of our city. You know what is pale and cruel, more
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