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By TARA MONASTESSE Students are demanding action - in schools, in the streets of their communities and in government office. And the next big step of their mission will be taking place soon. The Rhode Island Coalition Against Gun Violence will host a more
Slimming down A section of Greenwich Avenue from Apponaug to the Crowne Plaza has been reduced from four to two lanes by the state Department of Transportation as part of its road diet" program to reduce speeds and enhance safety on four-lane roads that" more
By KELLSIE KING -- Peace and Providence Community Outreach Center on Warwick Avenue has been a busy place since opening last month. more
Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI), a senior member of the House Committee on Homeland Security, issued the following statement after the Joint Task Force to Combat Opioid Trafficking Act, legislation he introduced with Congressman Peter King (R-NY), passed more
Due to an increase in the cost of electricity that National Grid buys for its customers, Rhode Islanders can expect to pay more for electricity this winter. For the second consecutive winter, most of the region will be confronted with higher electricity more
Designs on winning Graphics arts students at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center have a way of winning design contests sponsored by nonprofits and corporations. Instructor Jann Rogers Gartner has high hopes of continuing the trend. Her students more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- As a heavy summer rainstorm pounded the roof of the Warwick Veterans Middle School auditorium Tuesday evening, the Warwick School Committee poured over line item after line item looking for any unnecessary fat to trim from their FY19 budget... more
Pilgrim's Class of 2018 was filled with many scholars, and the top 10 were no exception. All involved in multiple clubs and sport teams. Many of the top 10 were involved in the community, participating in community service and extracurricular activities. more
By JOHN HOWELL It's been a couple of months since police and municipal employee unions approved contracts that would carry them through the next three years, yet it won't be until after their current employment agreements expire on June 30 before the more
To fulfill the requirements of the law, the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) will host public sessions regarding its recently released Environmental Assessment (EA) for 10 new toll … more
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