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By JOHN HOWELL It's time for some taxpayer relief. That's how Ward 5 Councilman and chairman of the Council Finance Committee Ed Ladouceur is approaching this year's budget deliberations. And as a prelude to the budget debate, the committee voted to more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- On Saturday, more than 100 people gathered on Smith Hill near the Rhode Island State House front steps to protest President Trump's impromptu, unofficial ban on transgender individuals in the military. more
Sears, the anchor store that made Midland Mall the success that it was and hung in there after it became Rhode Island Mall and eventually fell victim to Warwick Mall and the big box stores of Route … more
By TESSA ROY Mayor Scott Avedisian has expressed support for releasing the $4 million in bond funds to the School Department, but City Council members are still looking for answers. I support releasing the bond money to allow the school department to" more
By TESSA ROY Governor Gina Raimondo's proposal to send students to state colleges with two years paid for has received some vocal support, but it is not without critics. Recently, the Rhode Island Society of Certified Public Accountants (RISCPA), more
It's one of the most precious yet elusive things we're all looking for: a good, peaceful, uninterrupted night's sleep. But how often do we get it? With our lives busier and more stressed than ever, juggling jobs, family and an addiction to social media, more
By TESSA ROY With Teresa Paiva Weed's decision to step down as a senator and president of the Senate last week, a Warwick legislator has gained yet another high profile state leadership role. This could serve to further highlight the city on the more
By JOHN HOWELL -- 2017 graduate James Kozusko plans to be an accountant, so it's not surprising he did the math when two years of free tuition at the Community College of Rhode Island became available on Aug. 3. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Warwick is getting another roundabout, but this one, unlike those in Apponaug, isn't on a state highway nor does it replace a signaled intersection. Rather, this roundabout is on the Knight Campus of CCRI. more
Rhode Islanders are invited to participate in a survey throughout the entire month of August to gauge statewide attitudes toward domestic violence. One hundred fifty dollars in cash prizes will be awarded each week, for a total of $600 in prizes. On more
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