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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
Governor Gina M. Raimondo, joined by legislative sponsors and community advocates, recently ceremonially signed legislation prohibiting domestic abusers from possessing firearms. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- While the School Committee has approved an $85 million bond request to upgrade the city's aging schools, Warwick taxpayers might have to foot less than they think. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A total of 33 cats were taken from PAAWS RI, a nonprofit animal shelter located on Post Road, last week in what may have been a crime of passion following the dismissal of an employee. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- The success or failure of an $85 million bond to address the aging condition of Warwick schools may come down to the expenditure of $10,500 for 5,000 doorstops. more
By THOMAS GREENBERG -- A press conference was held Monday afternoon to discuss an amendment that requires the Department of Defense to address climate change as a national security threat. more
When something seems too good to be true, it's wise to wait a little bit and feel out the situation for some more information - basically to make sure you're not being taken for a fool. But in the case of the bid to occupy the old Aldrich Middle School more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Despite the pleas to deny the 53 percent rate increase to supply electricity from National Grid, the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission (PUC) voted unanimously to approve the hike. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Are Warwick voters prepared to support an $85 million bond issue to upgrade its aging schools, or would they want to upgrade schools to aspirational standards suggested by the State Department of Education at a cost of almost $118 million? more
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