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The House of Representatives has passed legislation introduced by Rep. Joseph J. Solomon Jr. (D-Dist. 22, Warwick) that would lead to an increase in education on consent and sexual activity in secondary schools. The measure now moves to the Senate for more
By NEIL D. STEINBERG Consider the following quote from Erick-Woods Erickson: The that our Facebook friends are probably not going to water our flowers while we are on vacation and our Twitter followers will not bring us a meal if we are sick." more
To the Editor: Rhode Islanders have seen a steady erosion of basic human rights in the areas of medical informed consent and health care choice. The slow but consistent usurpation of core rights is multifaceted, manifesting in a paternalistic statewide more
My son, Ted, fell in love Sunday. So did I. She was green, not even a teenager, but she was wise for her age. You could tell she knew a thing or two - a bit of grit here and there was a giveaway - and that she had been well cared for. There were no more
Few professions can provoke the full range of emotions, from unflinching respect and trust to belligerent distrust and anger, as law enforcement. With over 900,000 law enforcement officers in the country, it would be foolish to assume that each more
Green was the appropriate color, although technically it was the day before St. Patrick's Day. But that didn't stop more than 100 senor citizens and a group from the Trudeau Memorial Center from partying Friday at the Pilgrim Senior Center. It was the more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Nathan Cornell took his first shot at earning a seat onto the Warwick School Committee during the 2016 election, the same year he graduated from Toll Gate High School. He's throwing his hat in the ring once again. more
March 5 was an exciting day for Holliman Elementary School, as watercolor artist, Sue Greco, paid the school a special visit. Greco shared her talents with students in grades 2-6 who demonstrate a special interest in art. One painting from this session more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Warwick Police Department kicked off the first session of its 30th Citizens' Police Academy on Thursday evening at the Warwick Police headquarters in Apponaug, welcoming in its second largest class ever. more
By JOHN HOWELL Two Correntes, no relation to one another, are facing off in the first skirmish of the 2018 race for mayor. Anthony Corrente, chair of the Warwick Republican City Committee, has charged Democratic candidate for Mayor Richard Corrente with" more
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