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In performing their due diligence on behalf of the citizens of Warwick, we feel it appropriate to give a nod to the Warwick School Department for their ongoing professionalism and tact when it comes to allocating bond money to fix up the city's ailing more
Those who aren't fans of the over-commercialization of the holiday season likely lament what the post-Thanksgiving weekend has become. Thanksgiving is a holiday for family and gratitude - a time to come together and appreciate what we have while enjoying more
Each year the Champlin Foundation releases its list of organizations that will benefit from their astounding generosity, and each year we're amazed at how great of an impact their charity has on the entire state. Tangibly, what this means for Warwick is more
Each year the Champlin Foundation releases its list of organizations that will benefit from their astounding generosity, and each year we’re amazed at how great of an impact their charity has on … more
This week, the members of our communities will gather around tables for one of our most celebrated shared traditions. Marking the start of the holiday season, Thanksgiving provides an opportunity for each of us to reflect on the blessings we enjoy. It is more
While we cannot take for granted the encouraging signs of progress that comes from the tentative agreement forged between Mayor Joseph Solomon and the membership of the Local IAFF 2748, we feel it is important to scrutinize the terms of said agreement to more
Can the full picture of a school’s success be captured up through a five-star rating system? We imagine most people would respond, “Of course not.” There are so many factors to consider that … more
As our three-part series exploring union benefits comes to a finish, it is our hope that the articles have given our readers a greater understanding of what benefits are given to your city’s … more
As our three-part series exploring union benefits comes to a finish, it is our hope that the articles have given our readers a greater understanding of what benefits are given to your city's employees, and what impact that has on Warwick financially. more
Observers might not think of Rhode Island as a major player on the national political stage. In terms of presidential and congressional elections, it has been reliably Democratic for many years, resulting in fewer candidate visits - and less outside more
While nobody likes to admit it - time is an undefeated opponent. Take all the supplements in the world, work out seven times a week, buy sketchy natural health booster tablets off the internet, and the end result will be the same. Time passes, we age, more
It was 101 years ago, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, that an armistice ended fighting in World War I. That agreement - and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles months later - capped what had become commonly known as the war to" more
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