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If he had it all to do over again, Superintendent Philip Thornton would still inform parents of a potential sickout by teachers and school closure as he did last Wednesday. Warwick Teachers Union President Darlene Netcoh labeled the sickout a rumor" and" more
By TESSA ROY A social media post by a worried mother sparked outrage in the Warwick school community, a statement from Superintendent Philip Thornton, and then a former senator to speak out in defense. Toll Gate parent Gina Mercurio Martin's Facebook more
Speaker of the House Nicholas A. Mattiello (D-Dist. 15, Cranston) has appointed Rep. Camille F.J. Vella-Wilkinson (D-Dist. 21, Warwick) to serve on the House Judiciary, Veterans Affairs and Municipal … more
The following Bishop Hendricken High School students have earned honors for the second quarter. GRADE 8 President's List: Joseph Beaulieu, Vaughn Doorley, Ryan Galamaga, Diarmuid Harkin, Garrison Hayes, James Madden, Michael Marsella, Christopher Relyea, more
By JOHN HOWELL Chief of staff David Picozzi is outraged; Mayor Scott Avedisian demands a correction and Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladsouceur, who caused the uproar when he charged the administration of ignoring the long-term impact of retiree health costs, more
By JOHN HOWELL The Buttonwoods Community Center senior activities have relocated or closed down in keeping with the mayor's plan to sell the former elementary school, but Ward 7 Councilman Steve McAllister holds out hope that the facility can carry on. more
By JOHN HOWELL With Warwick customers of the Kent County Water Authority already paying nearly twice what Warwick Water Division customers pay, the city objected yesterday to Kent County's request for rate increases that would boost bills by more than 14 more
Monday’s town meeting where Congressman Jim Langevin talked about “challenging times in Washington” was unlike some other meetings since Donald Trump took office. While the parking lot at … more
“We’re not going to get any other business done here tonight. In fact, I don’t know if we’re going to complete this here tonight,” said City Council President Joseph Solomon on Monday night … more
Even though the School Committee's agreement over delaying the sixth grade transition to middle school was met with relief and approval, committee members found themselves facing heat from parents who continue to be dissatisfied with the more
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