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This Wednesday the first of five new rotaries in the Apponaug Circulator Project will open. Since the project began last year the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) has been phasing in new traffic patterns. As part of the opening for the more
Pack 1 Warwick Cub Scouts participated in a proper flag retirement ceremony at their recent Thanksgiving campout at Cub World in Pascoag. This solemn ceremony teaches our boys respect for the flag and for those who defend it. The cubs more
During this transitional period, a President-Elect sometimes can exhibit great differences from the persona that he projected during the campaign season. In the case of Donald J. Trump, the possible future governing Trump is likely far afield from the more
With less than a month before schools reopen, work on Pilgrim High School and the new Vets Junior High is well underway. On Tuesday afternoon, Superintendent Philip Thornton, Mayor Scott … more
It's hard to recall when traffic flowed smoothly through Apponaug. That's probably because it never did, except in the dead of night. It was no better Friday morning. Bumper to bumper, cars snaked up Centerville Road to the Toll Gate Road more
To the Editor: It appears that there is a growing epidemic in this country and around the world regarding hatred and violence. Referring to the shooting in Dallas, the massacre in Nice, France, and the recent violence in Baton Rouge, La., or the killing more
He has done it again. In the face of a challenger who launched his campaign two years ago and stuck to a message that it was time for a change and an end to 16 years of tax increases, Scott Avedisian won every district in every ward in more
It’s incredible what a coat of paint, new auditorium seats, lockers and gym flooring can do for a pair of old schools. As an entourage of news media discovered in a tour of Pilgrim High School and … more
To the Editor: In Christopher Curran's Views on the News Thursday, November 17 edition he offers an explanation of the electoral victory of Donald Trump, describing the flaws and mistakes of Secretary Clinton and her campaign , the ongoing email saga and more
School Superintendent Philip Thornton expects the department will be in court this summer to argue it should have the ability to lay off more than 20 teachers because of declining enrollment and school consolidation. But that's not the way more
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