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Promoting school choice In observance of National School Choice Week, students, parents and administrators from across the state joined Thursday at the State House at an event planned by Rhode Island Families for School Choice and Ed Choice Rhode Island. more
Pastor Mark Burns, who traveled across the country with Donald Trump and spoke at many of his rallies, will discuss the president's accomplishments and his coverage by the news media at a free event Friday at the Crowne Plaza. Republican turned more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Sam's Inn restaurant in Warwick faced some heat from customers who got sick after dining at the restaurant on Jan. 20, which prompted an investigation from the Rhode Island Department of Health on Jan. 24. more
BREAKING AND ENTERING On Jan. 15 at approximately 9:40 a.m. Officer Brian Murray to the Greenwood Flower and Garden on Maine Avenue for report of an overnight break-in. At the store, the Officer saw that a window of a door to the building had been more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Rhode Island Department of State has responded to a complaint levied by Warwick resident Rob Cote in regards to his allegation that Warwick Fire Chief McLaughlin improperly disposed of records. more
Students hop onto the school bus along West Shore Road on Tuesday morning. While many districts across the city closed down, schools in Warwick were only delayed for an hour after a stronger-than-expected snowfall dumped over five inches of snow on the more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Rhode Island politicians responded quickly and candidly to President Donald Trump's first State of the Union address on Tuesday night, which ran as the third-longest State of the Union in the country's history. more
By THOMAS GREENBERG -- St. Kevin School had a total of 251 students enrolled at the beginning of this school year, 103 more than there were seven years ago. more
Warwick visitor When Connie Mero got the call from a neighbor to check out the bird in her yard Friday afternoon, she was astounded to discover it was a bald eagle. Mero said she and her neighbors crept as close as they could. They feared their barking more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Warwick School Department will be able to go forward with their request for a bond to repair the city's schools, however they will only be eligible to receive less than half of what they originally hoped for more
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