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The stories were genuine and compelling. The anger was visceral. And the outcome to an issue some council members say has generated the loudest outcry they can recall is a resolution calling for an … 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
A Depression-era song crooned by legendary singer Bing Crosby depicted the sense of fruitlessness one feels when one has to beg to survive. Throughout world history, the lowest echelon of any society has resorted to begging as a means of survival. Some more
With passage of enabling legislation that will allow the Warwick Sewer Authority to revise the current linear foot process of assessment, lower interest costs and offer a program for hardship cases, … more
Rhode Island has found itself back in the headlines, but not for a reason anyone who cares about the Ocean State would hope. CNBC last week released its list of 2016’s “Top States for … more
Warwick Vets and Pilgrim High haven't looked as good as they do now for decades. Some work has still to be done and there's a rush to see it's completed in time for the schools to open on Aug. 31, but overall two weary buildings are showing new life, more
The last of the major construction projects - for the time being, anyhow - is about to take off at Green Airport. Last Wednesday, the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) awarded Cardi Corporation a $37,876,958 contract for the more
Moving a cemetery may sound like the plotline for a horror movie, but thanks to a dedicated five-year project that’s nearing completion, a local historic cemetery now has two homes.  Warwick … more
There's going to be changes in City Hall and at the State House in the wake of Tuesday's primary elections. And while the November election is the deciding factor, two of the 26 candidates on the city ballot won't face a contest. As of more
It's become an increasingly familiar sight at busy intersections of late - people stationed on medians and at corners, holding handmade signs, seeking money from passers-by. A number of communities, including Providence, Cranston, Warwick, and Johnston, more
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