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By JOHN HOWELL Every month, Warwick leads the state in the total number of single-family home sales, a number that consistently tops 100. But when it comes to the sale of million dollar homes, it's Newport, Barrington and Watch Hill that make the more
By JOHN HOWELL Anna Beaulieu, a junior at Bay View Academy, remembers when St. Kevin School almost closed seven years ago. She was a student at the school then along with 139 others. On Sunday she was back at St. Kevin's with 13 of her alumni giving more
Mayors from six Rhode Island cities announced their support for Rhode Island's Promise scholarship, a proposal that would guarantee two years of free college tuition for Rhode Island students at the University of Rhode Island, Rhode Island College, and more
By JOHN HOWELL After a hiatus prompted by the fact that there was no sign of progress, mediation between the Warwick Teachers Union and the School Committee has resumed, but with a twist. For the first time in the protracted effort to reach a contract, more
By JOHN HOWELL Will it be a town hall meeting or a neighborhood meeting? In today's charged political environment, Virginia Barham is hopeful that Monday's meeting with Congressman James Langevin does not deteriorate into the rancorous town hall meetings more
Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea convened the first of three meetings of her Elections Task Force Tuesday at the Warwick Public Library. The task force, made up of state and local elections officials along with Rhode Island voters, is meeting to more
By JOHN HOWELL According to the city administration, police and fire services rendered to Green Airport is costing the city about $1.5 million a year. Yet, as Rep. Camille F.J. Vella-Wilkinson notes, the airport is paying $500,000 under an agreement more
On the lines again Although Mayor Scott Avedisian has joined talks and mediation sessions on a teacher contract are ongoing, the Warwick Teachers Union held another informational picket Wednesday in front of City Hall. Asked whether the action was aimed more
An amended capital improvement bond request of $85.8 million was approved by the School Committee at Tuesday and now must gain the approval the City Council, State Department of Education and General … more
“This is my 30th year, and for my entire career I’ve been protesting,” said Pilgrim history teacher Michael Costello as the Teachers Union picketed City Hall on Thursday afternoon. Costello, … more
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