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FIRST WORKSHOP: The first of a series of …
The Warwick School District is operating in excess capacity with an average of eight to 10 schools more than needed, according to architect and educational planner Edward Frenette, a senior … more
Lincoln Chafee has launched a website, Chafee …
Lincoln Chafee, who has served as mayor of Warwick, governor and U.S. senator, is mulling a run for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination.“Throughout my career, I exercised good judgment … more
REPORTING TO WORK: In a display of solidarity and …
Warwick teachers returned to classrooms across the city yesterday without a contract, raising the probability that “work to rule” could become the practice until the parties reach … more
City Council frustration with the Warwick School Committee has reached a new height with the docketing of a resolution Monday night that would replace an elective committee with an appointed … more
FIRST, LET ME TAKE A SELFIE: While waiting for …
Warwick Veterans Memorial’s salutatorian, Sarah Grace Plante, began her speech by saying, “There are incredible storms everywhere.” She said storms aren’t just thunder and lighting; they … more
Doughboys are doughboys, right? Not if you’re from Rhode Island. The name that is synonymous with doughboys in this part of the world is Iggy’s. But if you’re an old-timer from Oakland … more
UPSET WITH PROCESS: School Committee member Karen …
The School Committee approved a series of deep budget cuts totaling $6.6 million Tuesday night in an effort to balance its fiscal year 2016 budget after requesting an additional $6.9 million from the … more
GOING OVER THEIR NUMBERS: Mayor Scott Avedisian …
Mayor Scott Avedisian’s $294 million budget, which was released yesterday, will bring smiles to some, scowls to others and promises to be a source of comments for the next couple … more
Shoveling sidewalks.
Put away the snow shovel yet? No, this isn’t a tease about a freak spring storm with more snow for Rhode Island. But Tuesday morning a committee of city officials and George Shuster, who was … more
Although the School Committee has yet to receive recommendations on how to respond to declining enrollment and aging infrastructure – plans that are likely to take several years to implement – … more
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