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Treasurer Seth Magaziner and Attorney General Peter Neronha commended lawmakers for passing a Student Loan Bill of Rights to protect Rhode Islanders through new consumer protections and oversight of student loan servicing practices. There is a growing" more
Same great flavors, new place What better than a new flavor of ice cream on a summer day? Diane Dorsey provided the treats last week when Mayor Joseph Solomon and Lauren Slocum, president and CEO of the Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce, visited more
The following students have earned honors at Winman Middle School for the 4th quarter: Grade 6 High Honors: Olivia Bradford, Lena Butera, Ashley Byrnes, Isabella Cambio, Lyla Costa, John Dacey, Kamryn DeAngelis, Isabelle Dionne, Victoria Edge, Skylar more
Telescopes, constellations, movies, crafts and books—these were only some of the excitements that filled the Central Warwick Public Library last Friday morning. This commotion has not stopped since … more
All natural, all good The Westbay Farm stand on Centerville Road, not far from West Warwick, is now open every Thursday through September from 3 to 6 p.m. The farm, run by Westbay Community Action, that grew more than 20,000 pounds of produce for the more
With the weather turning warmer and recreational activities on Rhode Island's lakes, ponds and rivers increasing, the Rhode Island Department of Health and the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management are reminding everyone to be on the more
DUI On June 18 at approximately 9 p.m., Officer Ali M. Jaafar responded to a motor vehicle accident in the area of Post Road and Bellair Avenue. At the scene, Jaafar made contact with the operator of one of the vehicles involved, a 2018 Ford F150. The more
No money? No matter. Game on. The Toll Gate women's soccer team has been taking their future in their own hands in spite of not knowing whether or not they will be able to field a team and play games next year due to drastic budget cuts. They have been more
By ETHAN HARTLEY As citizens in Warwick continue to mobilize in response to a perceived fiscal storm looming in the city - one rooted primarily in what some claim are irresponsible and unsustainable legacy costs - the Warwick Financial Crisis Committee more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Department and city of Warwick continue to be at odds regarding the means to solve budgetary deficits for the fiscal year that officially ended on June 30 and the one that began on Monday. Worse, the two sides appear more
By SOPHIA AIGNER Although small in size, the state of Rhode Island has plenty of history - from colonial times, to the American Revolution, Civil War and the Industrial Gilded Age, the Ocean State has seen it all. On Thursday morning, Warwick officials more
By JOHN HOWELL In a shakeup of the Board of Canvassers, the director of elections is out, a longtime board member has been replaced by a retiree as secretary, and Dorothy McCarthy is assuming the title of interim director. Patty Aylesworth, who had more
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