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More than 20 parents joined the Norwood Elementary teachers Friday morning in an act of solidarity, wearing school t-shirts and holding up signs calling for an end to arbitration and a contract in … more
Superintendent of Schools Philip Thornton had a question the day former director of buildings and grounds David LaPlante was charged with misappropriating more than $70,000 in school materials and … more
It’s never happened for as long as homeowners on Warwick Pond can remember, but now that the water is green and they’re being warned not to go in it, they want some answers. Tuesday night they … more
Warwick’s new superintendent, who steps into the job next Monday, is being extended the welcome mat by Mayor Scott Avedisian. In an overview of city developments given Thursday at a meeting of … more
Before menus were even handed out, there was an order for clamcakes. Immediately, there were collective looks of curiosity, followed by a babble of words directed at interpreters, who weren’t … more
The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) has announced a call for art in honor of its 50th Anniversary. RIPTA is inviting the public to submit vibrant, eye-catching, unique designs for a bus … more
One-hundred and thirty-six children lined up Saturday morning at the Pilgrim Senior Center for Breakfast-and photos-with Santa. Braiden Sawyer, 3, and his mother Deanna Anthony, chat with elf Jessica … more
Last night’s record $1.5 billion PowerBall jackpot may not have been won by a Rhode Islander, but a few Ocean State residents did hit it big. Two $1 million tickets were sold – one at … more
With all the turmoil happening in Warwick schools, one senior from Toll Gate High School, Nathan Cornell, is trying to establish an advisory board with members of the City Council, the School … more
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