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By JOHN HOWELL & ETHAN HARTLEY -- After rejecting a motion to strike, according to reports, the teacher's union voted to abide by the terms of the 2015 CBA, and not to participate in the NEASC process until a new contract is completed. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Warwick held multiple remembrance events to honor the nearly 3,000 men, women and children who were killed in four separate instances of terrorism on Sept. 11, 2001. more
By DAWN ANDERSON Eight-year-old Warwick resident Aurora Christiansen felt right at home Sunday as she and her teammates proudly displayed their First Lego League Jr. (FLL Jr.) project, Bee S.M.A.R.T. (St. Mary Academy Robotics Team), at this year's Robot more
Insane Zane [Photo gallery]
No, actually Zane who was rescued from the animal shelter 12 years ago, stayed on dry land Tuesday as his master Mike Motulski took the Pit Bull Plunge with scores more at City Park Beach raising … more
By JOHN HOWELL -- In August of 1999 when he accepted the job as city finance director, Ernest Zmyslinski imagined that he would stay at most no more than two years. Now, 18 years later, making him arguably the city's longest serving finance director, he is returning to assume the role of West Warwick town manager. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Associate Justice Susan McGuirl ruled Monday in support of a temporary restraining order to prevent large numbers of teachers from calling out sick as a means to shut down school operations. more
Cheryl and Rick Hamel did their share of praying, hoping and wishing to no avail as the Baltimore Ravens stole the Patriots’ Super Bowl dreams Sunday night. The couple did get in some cheering … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Warwick Teachers' Union gathered again outside of Warwick City Hall to picket in protest of their lack of a new contract. This is the second such demonstration this month, and this time they also drew the support of the Local 251 Teamsters. more
Earlier this year, Toll Gate High School was one of two schools in Warwick to receive a VSA Arts Grant to promote the importance of arts education, especially for special education students. Toll … more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Warwick resident Gabriele Savard, a Pilgrim High senior, first approached Paul Carpentier, co-owner of TinTown Studio in Cranston, last September and asked him to be her mentor for her senior project. The studio is also co-owned by more
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