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WARWICK VETERANS HIGH SCHOOL
In a 13-2 vote yesterday afternoon, the Long Term Facilities Planning Committee (LTFPC) recommended Warwick Veterans High School be re-purposed as a new junior high within two years. The official … more
While the city and schools ended the 2013 fiscal year with a collective surplus of $7.7 million, it’s too early in the budgeting process to know how that might affect expenditures and taxes going … more
TAKING ON CLIMATE CHANGE: Last Friday, Governor …
Over the past few days, both the Rhode Island government and one of the state’s institutes of higher education have taken important steps to address the challenge of climate change, proving the … more
EISEMANN
What was forecast as a subdued local election year only a week ago may not be all that lacking in drama after all. From declaration papers filed as of yesterday’s 4 p.m. deadline, it appears … more
LADOUCEUR
Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur did something out of character Monday night. He backed away from what he believes is preferable, so that the rest of what he says is needed to bring accountability to … more
RUNNING FOR A FIX: The Pilgrim track is covered …
“Our team has so much potential. We work so hard. It would mean the world to us if we could get a better track. We could have better practices and maybe improve as a team,” said Rebecca … more
Thomas L. Hewes
A Cranston resident who teaches social studies at Gorton Junior High School in Warwick is facing child pornography charges after allegedly posing as a teenage girl online to solicit sexual images from underage boys. more
PREACHING TO THE CLIMATE CHANGE CHOIR: Senator …
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse laid out a three-step battle plan to get Congress to address climate control at a Climate Leaders Summit hosted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) … more
LET’S DO IT: William Roberge told his neighbors …
Give it a chance and then decide if there are problems. That, essentially, was the offer Comprehensive Community Action Program (CCAP) made Tuesday when neighbors turned out to protest a plan to … more
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved $6,094,017 to pay for relocating recreational ball fields at Winslow Park to a new area near T.F. Green Airport and to continue work on … more
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