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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 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
By KOBY GARTNER -- Lorie Andrews and her daughter-in-law, Challice Perdomo, arrive at 7 a.m. to begin preparing ingredients for the onslaught of hungry customers... more
By JOHN HOWELL President Trump won't be on the November ballot. That hasn't stopped former Warwick State Representative Joseph Trillo from running as Rhode Island's Trump candidate for governor. A Republican turned independent, Trillo ran the president's more
By JOHN HOWELL -- The teacher contracts approved by the School Committee and yet to be ratified by the union membership would require an additional $12.6 million in local funding over the next three years. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Secondary students around the state participated in a national demonstration that intended to raise awareness and, in some cases, spread a political message about gun violence in schools. more
Mayor Scott Avedisian will join Fire Chief James McLaughlin, the Board of Public Safety and members of the Warwick Fire Department to celebrate the promotion of nine firefighters on Wednesday at 6 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza, 801 Greenwich Avenue, Warwick. more
To the Editor: Almost immediately after receiving news about the church attack in Texas, President Trump said it was too soon to discuss gun control. This is a common Republican assertion, but they never seem to disclose a reasonable time to begin more
By JOHN HOWELL What two mothers started as a drive to save their neighborhood school from closing this academic year has evolved into a campaign to shelve the larger elementary school consolidation plan because of conflicting data and state efforts more
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