September 2, 2015
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Investigation of an incident at Gorton Junior High School has revealed another situation where the administration took little or no action after being informed a teacher had drawn a penis on the arm … more
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
GORTON
The Gorton Junior High School science teacher facing charges of first- and second-degree sexual assault involving a teenage relative was reprimanded by the school administration for inappropriate … 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
ROOM FOR ANOTHER RESTAURANT? The house pictured …
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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