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It's heating up, which looks to be a good thing unless things get too hot. We're not talking about the weather, although, so far, we've only had a few days that could be classified as bone chilling. Temperatures are rising in the housing market, more
A more than 14 percent increase, no matter what it's for, sounds like a lot. So it's not surprising Mayor Scott Avedisian would oppose the Kent County Water Authority's request to hike rates in order to implement capital improvements, in particular a more
In the story of the Little Dutch Boy, a young boy returning home from school finds a leak in a dam and, recognizing the danger it posed, stuck his finger in the hole to plug the leak. There he stood resolute overnight until his calls for help were more
Freshmen legislators aren't the only ones who should hear what their leadership believes are important rules of conduct. In a day of orientation Tuesday for the 12 Representatives-elect and four Senators-elect, House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello and Senate more
It's a time for turkey, or turkey leftovers if you're reading this later in the week. It's also a time to review Black Friday circulars and make lists, or to head to work and stock shelves so the stores are ready for the rush of doorbusters that signal more
A new chapter has opened with the election of four new members to the nine-member Warwick City Council. There hasn't been as many fresh faces at one time on the legislative branch of city government in decades nor, for that matter, as many lawyers. With more
You have got to see this South County band, The Moonstones, at the Courthouse Center for the Arts on Saturday, November 12, at 8 p.m. With a mix of rock, alternative rock, '90s rock and original rock, The Moonstones are tearing up the town. These Rhode more
We write this week before the polls close, and before the winners are known. We write at the conclusion of a campaign that may be described most charitably as long - many would say interminable - and perhaps more accurately as largely joyless and more
Any time now, the signs should come down. On the national level, pundits sought to rationalize their misreading of Trump's popularity as the standard bearer of change by calling this an election that will go down in the history books, an anomaly. Indeed, more
Many Warwick voters will go to the polls Tuesday angry that they don't have better choices for the nation's top elective office and, perhaps for the first time, prepared to vote for someone other than the Republican or Democratic nominee. We urge them more
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