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“This is my 30th year, and for my entire career I’ve been protesting,” said Pilgrim history teacher Michael Costello as the Teachers Union picketed City Hall on Thursday afternoon. Costello, … more
By TESSA ROY Governor Gina Raimondo continued her promotion of her manufacturing and free tuition initiatives Tuesday night at the Make it in Rhode Island Summit, which was attended by Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian and North Providence Mayor Charles more
What began as a fresh start filled with possibilities is rapidly souring into a display of intolerance for a situation that has been created by years of neglect and, unfortunately, can only be corrected by a huge outlay of capital from the taxpayers. more
To the Editor: Again this session a group of progressive Democrats led by Rep. Aaron Rugenberg has introduced the so-called high capacity magazine bill (H5155). Co-sponsors include newly-elected progressive Democrats Marcia Ranglin-Vassell, Susan Donovan more
When it comes to cutting the car tax and sending students to college with two years of free tuition, Governor Gina Raimondo’s Deputy Chief of Staff Kevin Gallagher thinks Rhode Island can walk and … more
David LaPlante, the former director of school building and grounds who was charged with misappropriating more than $70,000 in school materials and equipment, pleaded nolo to charges on April 4 and sentenced to five years suspended with five years of more
While a recent poll continues to show the majority of Rhode Islanders support legalizing and taxing marijuana, local, state and law enforcement officials are taking a not so fast" approach towards decriminalizing and regulating the plant" more
This year is the 25th anniversary of the teachers strike that closed schools and saw 18 teachers arrested and sent to the Adult Correctional Institution. In many ways the rancor and distrust caused by that incident still simmers today. Some teachers say more
By TESSA ROY The Warwick Teachers Union (WTU) announced yesterday it plans to hold another informational picketing today at City Hall to alert the public to the Warwick School Committee's continued negligence in reaching a successor collective" more
By JOHN HOWELL City Hall was prepared to handle an onslaught of calls Tuesday as Water Division crews shut off service to customers for the non-payment of water and sewer bills. But, said administrative assistant Bruce Keiser, as of 3:30 p.m. the mayor's more
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