November 28, 2014
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In a release issued last week, Sen. William A. Walaska (D-Dist. 30, Warwick) said he is extremely disappointed that the Rhode Island Airport Corporation acted unilaterally and without required public … more
After a lengthy process that started in March, the subcommittee drawing up a Request for Proposals (RFP) to hire an outside consultant to examine the school district and create a long-term plan has a … more
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This June, when it came time for candidates to declare and collect signatures to appear on the ballot, there was a lack of candidates across the city. Many incumbents found themselves unchallenged. … more
MAN OF HONOR: Luke Gibeau was chosen as the Man …
The Vikings stormed Sherman Elementary School last Friday. They didn’t pillage and, in fact, left the school with some unusual memories, like twirling around 10 times holding a pole in the … more
In another month, teachers and students will be preparing to return to school. The first day of class is Aug. 27, but teachers return earlier for orientation. George Landrie wants to have a … more
Richard D'Agostino, Superintendent of Warwick Schools, said this morning that police officers were present at all city schools this morning and that staff have been reminded to ensure that building … more
A PARTY PLACE: Carmino “Cap” Paliotta and DEM …
Sue Bergeron wrapped her fingers through the chain link and leaned into the fence. Walter Belonos was beside her. They were walking the city trail at Rocky Point Thursday and were curious why a group … more
The sky is lit up once the sun is down on the Fourth of July holiday, although Tropical Storm Arthur has already forced a change in plans. The city’s scheduled Thursday fireworks display has been … more
MEETING FOLKS: Gubernatorial candidate Clay Pell …
Clay Pell is looking for the roots – the grassroots of Rhode Island. That’s why the Democratic candidate for governor met with more than 70 people Tuesday evening at the William Shields Post … more
If you are throwing away clothes; stop. That’s the message from R.I. Resource Recovery (RIRR), who wants Rhode Islanders to rethink about how to dispose of clothes, shoes, towels, blankets, and … more
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