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By JOHN HOWELL -- Barring a dramatic shift in positions, Warwick teachers will enter a third year without a contract when school doors open on Sept. 5. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- To many, the concept is alien and excessive. However, what does this policy entail beyond the surface, and are the teachers getting a bad rap for unfair reasons? more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- With summer nearly over and school scheduled to start on Tuesday, the current relationship between the Warwick Teachers Union and the school administration is anything but sunny. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Warwick resident Rob Cote is calling for the dismissal of Warwick Fire Chief James McLaughlin, claiming he violated state record retention laws. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Despite a slight setback, the state-led process which will result in a public pier at Rocky Point Park in Warwick is well underway and nearly out of the design phase, according to Andres Aveledo, an engineer contracted through the more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Offering a rare insight to contract negotiations with Warwick Firefighters, Warwick activist Rob Cote emailed photographs from two pages of the city's proposal to the news media and public officials... more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Saying his message to cut taxes resonated with the voters - although when the polls closed in 2016 he wasn't the winner - Richard Corrente announced Saturday he is running as a Democrat for mayor again. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Superintendent Philip Thornton revealed last week a list of potential line items on the chopping block in order to free up money to pay retroactive pay raises for the teachers. more
By JOHN HOWELL & ETHAN HARTLEY -- After rejecting a motion to strike, according to reports, the teacher's union voted to abide by the terms of the 2015 CBA, and not to participate in the NEASC process until a new contract is completed. more
By JOHN HOWELL The City Council holds the key on whether voters will have the chance to decide in November whether $85 million should be spent over the next five years to address school building deficiencies. But unless the council acts quickly, they more
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