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By JOHN HOWELL -- In August of 1999 when he accepted the job as city finance director, Ernest Zmyslinski imagined that he would stay at most no more than two years. Now, 18 years later, making him arguably the city's longest serving finance director, he is returning to assume the role of West Warwick town manager. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Committee is ready to agree on a new mediated contract, which would end over two years of bitter disputes between the school administration and the Warwick Teachers' Union (WTU). However, the union maintained on more
By JOHN HOWELL -- It's almost ready after more than a decade of various proposals, public hearings and even a lawsuit initiated by the City Council. On Monday sometime around 10 p.m., the new runway extension at T.F. Green will be officially unveiled. more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Aaron Regunberg has been trying to create change in Rhode Island as a state representative for the past three years. Now the Democrat from Providence will look to continue this work in a different position - Lieutenant Governor of more
To the Editor: Mayor Polisena, Mayor Avedisian and the other municipal leaders have been wrong in characterizing the continuing contract bill for teachers and municipal leaders as a bill that hurts taxpayers. The legislation that overwhelmingly passed more
By JOHN HOWELL It may seem like reverse math, but it makes perfect logic that the more you take out, the more you save. We're not talking about a bank account, but rather trash. Department of Public Works Director Richard Crenca is all about reducing the more
Legislation introduced by House Majority Leader K. Joseph Shekarchi would require health insurers in Rhode Island to fully cover all costs of mastectomies, including medical supplies needed subsequent to surgery. The legislation (2017-H 6294) updates more
By JACQUELYN MOOREHEAD -- For the Scuncio family, a relaxing morning walk turned into a nightmare on July 18. Robert, 64, went into cardiac arrest at 8:30 a.m. more
Now that a contract has been reached, this publication will be ecstatic to report on educational stories that don't involve picketing, angry misunderstandings or personalized agendas. The negativity that festered from the imbalance created by the two more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The House Minority Leader announced Monday she is throwing her hat in the ring for the upcoming joust to become the Republican candidate for Governor – a fight that she vows to take on in order to bring economic prosperity back to all Rhode Islanders. more
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