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To the Editor: I work with Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP), a group of criminal justice professionals opposed to the war on drugs. As a retired Denver police lieutenant with more than … more
GETTING OUT THE WORD: Cory Thomas Howland and his …
Cory Thomas Howland holds a master’s degree in social work. He values counseling and believes it is important in the rehabilitation of sex offenders, arsonists and those who commit domestic … more
The Warwick School Committee began Tuesday’s regularly scheduled monthly meeting by laying off 35 teachers at the recommendation of Superintendent Richard D’Agostino. According to the Warwick … more
Warwick Realtor Robert DeGregorio knew things were busy, but he didn’t have any idea that statewide single-family home sales for June produced the most active month in the past 16 … more
TRYING TO MAKE IT HAPPEN: During a recess at …
After four hearings and hours of digging into the numbers, the City Council on Wednesday night approved an amended budget that keeps total city expenditures of $294 million and tax rates as proposed … more
SOLIDARITY: More than a dozen mayors and town …
At the Senate Labor Committee hearing Tuesday afternoon, the only thing that could be agreed upon is that the “overtime bill” for firefighters is the most important legislation of the 2015 … more
Warwick School Committee member Karen Bachus said last week that she did not vote in a closed meeting of the committee on April 14 to remove William McCaffrey, director of the Warwick Area Career and … more
THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT: John Marks, who works …
You may want to answer when a representative of the tax assessor comes knocking. That knock has already come for about 20 percent of the city’s 26,285 residential properties as part of the full … more
An online video apology, a bouquet of flowers and an admission that she should have “followed her gut” and not done what she did hasn’t dissuaded Public Works Director David Picozzi from … more
PARKING LOT MEETING VOTE: City Council members …
It didn’t happen last year and it seemed like there was a conspiracy to stop it from happening this year when a bomb threat forced the City Council to adjourn Monday. After reconvening the … more
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