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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
This past week, Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo stated she was open to the idea of using the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) as a barometer whether or not a high school student has fulfilled the … more
To the Editor: The United States and China on September 3 formally joined the Paris climate deal, with U.S. President Barack Obama hailing the accord as the “moment we finally decided to save … more
To the Editor: With the primary next week, I am curious as to if and when the residents of Ward 7 will ever have representation and a voice that realizes the problems that Warwick is facing. For the last 16 years the residents of Ward 7 have had, in my more
To the Editor: Larry Lucchino is talking about spending 65 million dollars to renovate McCoy Stadium and improve the infrastructure around McCoy Stadium. Rhode Island and Pawtucket should not be asked to provide millions of dollars to renovate McCoy more
To the Editor: As we read the news headlines and view them on our news cable channels, one wonders as to how long we have left before total annihilation strikes us. And these chaotic events that we are viewing, in many ways, are totally beyond our more
I've never met a sailor who would prefer to be running a race than racing a race. Competition is the nature of those who love racing, not setting a course and counting down the seconds to the start. And far worse, as the boats cover the course, the race more
To the Editor: My name is Nathan Cornell and I am running for the Warwick School Committee because we need different results and more transparency in the process. The majority of the current School Committee has not listened to their constituents, nor more
Most Rhode Islanders know that in recent years, our state has become a significant front in the nation's ongoing opioid epidemic. The story of how we got to this crisis point is now all too familiar. As powerful prescription painkillers increasingly more
Labor Day has come and gone and many Americans think of it as a well-deserved holiday for workers - and it is. It is also a holiday about workers. This annual observation that dates back to September 5, 1882, is a direct result of more
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