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The New Year brings with it hope that Warwick schools and the Warwick Teachers Union will finally reach an agreement as Mayor Scott Avedisian joins the parties in resumed mediation talks. While the parties continue to meet in interest arbitration, a more
To the Editor, It used to be that if you were a good student and worked hard, you could go to college, get a job, have a successful career, buy a home and live the American Dream. Today, that dream for millions of young people is impossible. Escalating more
By LONNIE BARHAM I'll admit it. I'm a football junkie. Whether it's watching NFL games, following NCAA college football or just rooting for high school gridiron heroes, I'm captivated. In all cases I want to see competitive football, not one-sided, more
We all knew there was going to be a second round of school closures. The School Committee made that clear following a consultant's report that in response to declining enrollment, consolidation could save millions on the upkeep of aging buildings while more
We're getting an introduction on how it's going to work, and that is a good thing. For if the series of roundabouts making up the Apponaug Circulator were to open all at once, it would be mass confusion. Still, the project designed to expedite 25,000 more
In a presidential campaign season that has been a roller coaster ride of the absurd, the latest tactic employed is a dangerous one indeed. Recently, GOP nominee Donald J. Trump has assailed Democrat nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton with charges of bigotry. more
House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello will rightfully earn the title of magician" if he can deliver on his promise to eliminate the automobile tax in the next five years as he promised during his campaign for re-election. The motor vehicle tax is levied by" more
To the Editor: Why do temperatures continue to rise every year? Why are we fearful of and denying immigrants the opportunity for a safer and better life? Why are we fighting war after war, destroying cultures, killing innocents, and creating hatred? Why more
Any time now, the signs should come down. On the national level, pundits sought to rationalize their misreading of Trump's popularity as the standard bearer of change by calling this an election that will go down in the history books, an anomaly. Indeed, more
The administration and the City Council took a step in 2011 to contain the escalating costs of municipal pensions, passing an ordinance that significantly altered the benefits of employees hired after July 1, 2012. One change requires firefighters hired more
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