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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
To the Editor: I would like to take a moment and humbly apologize to Barry for my letter concerning Obama's vacationing. These were my inane and pathetic observations, but I never meant to cause such emotional turmoil in Barry's life. For him to write more
In 2012 Sandra Coletta, then CEO and president of Kent Hospital, looked at hospital records and was alarmed to discover the number of deaths resulting from overdoses of prescription drugs. On examination the overdoses, whether resulting in death or not, more
Just the touch she needed Heather Clark (right), a first grade teacher at Randall Holden School, will be able to give her students some extra thanks to the efforts of Colleen Collins (left), owner of Tranquil Touch Aesthetics Boutique in East Greenwich. more
Drum call to Oakland Beach For the first time the Rhode Island Indian Council held its annual powwow in Oakland Beach over the weekend. The beat of drums that could be clearly heard as far away at St. Rita Church brought Dot Quinn to the event featuring more
In a new adventure for Rhode Island high school students looking to brandish their brain power among peers for the glory of winning a championship title, WSBE Rhode Island PBS launches High School Quiz Show: Rhode Island, a team-based single-elimination more
Mayor Scott Avedisian, along with Governor Gina Raimondo, U.S. Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse, U.S. Representative James Langevin, Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (RIDEM) Director Janet Coit, and members from Leadership more
This year’s graduating class at Toll Gate High School achieved many things, both inside and outside of the classroom. “I feel strongly that the Class of 2017 has the gifts and tools to move … more
The water dug a hole A city crew was working to relocate a fire hydrant on Post Road in Apponaug as part of the circulator project when a valve on a 30-inch water main blew, sending a geyser that washed out the adjoining parking lot and sending mud and more
As the Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick (BGCW) prepares to open a new branch in the former Cooper Armory on Sandy Lane focused on the arts and catering to middle school students, the club announced this week that a former member who became a staff worker is more
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