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From Frying Pan to Fire:Many Warwick voters in house district 21 tired of former State Representative Eileen Naughton for her many years of disregarding constituents. Her failure to ever attend … more
To the Editor:I was appalled that students in our city high schools are even involved in this “squirt gun” activity. To use it to pick on and abuse other students seems cruel, to say the … more
To the Editor: $640 million. That’s a pretty big number. Especially when you realize that’s how much the state of Rhode Island takes on in tobacco-related health care costs each … more
This is the tale of Ollie’s great escape; the very thing we feared could happen on one of our visits to upstate New York. Carol had taken measures to ensure the day would never come. Last … more
What has become tagged as the “Warwick Teachers Contract bill” by legislators is one of the hot issues legislators face in the waning days of this session of the General Assembly. Introduced by … more
To the Editor: Just what did Hillary Clinton do to deserve such a venomous letter by Sam Parente (Deceivers in the Democratic Party, 6/8/17)? I must assume Parente cast his vote for Donald Trump. If so what did the nation get? A so-called president who more
To the Editor: Protecting the environment and leaving a cleaner world to future generations should not be a controversial proposition, and government policies to make that a reality don't all need to be divisive either. The Consumer and Fuel Retailer more
To the Editor: I recently read the article about the Ethics Commission fining Donna Travis over her involvement with three charity-type organizations that she donates hundreds of hours of her time to and receives no money from. Got that? She doesn't more
By ATTORNEY GENERAL PETER F. KILMARTIN Craig Price. The name alone conjures up visions of a monster, a boogeyman, a serial killer 30 years later. The cause of such visceral reactions are the crimes he committed and the age at which he committed them. more
No matter what you're paying for, a 550 percent price hike sounds outlandish. Using that statistic alone, one would imagine taxpayers would be marching on City Hall after receiving their quarterly sewer utility bill and learning the renewal and more
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