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By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Joseph Solomon is looking to change the budget process so the City Council has a clearer understanding of department needs when it gets his spending proposal for the fiscal year beginning July 1. Solomon recalled as a member of the more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF) reported on Friday that it is committed to making widespread systemic changes and continuing ongoing reforms in order to better serve vulnerable children and families and more
By JOHN HOWELL Donna and Rob Spencer went back to school Tuesday. They reported to Randall Holden School at 12:15 just as instructed. They were anxious to learn how their home on Betsy Williams Drive, valued at $160,600 three years ago, could possibly be more
By JOHN HOWELL Clayton Shackleton's great-grandfather and grandfather didn't always see things eye-to-eye. Both knew how to build houses. Albert Shackleton Sr. saw the future in building single-family homes. He had the right idea at the right time. It more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Utilizing cannibidiol - better known as CBD - to provide relief for a wide range of maladies, from chronic pain to lessening the frequency and severity of seizures in people with epilepsy, is becoming a growing trend in Rhode Island, and more
By ETHAN HARTLEY and JOHN HOWELL Donning red paper hearts, Warwick Neck Elementary School students showered love and admiration onto their principal, Patti Cousineau, who was awarded with the Rhode Island Association of School Principal's (RIASP) more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Warwick Neck community members are celebrating the life and mourning the loss of the late Thomas Jones, a Coast Guard veteran who passed away suddenly at age 58 on Saturday, March 30. In addition to numerous accomplishments garnered more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Around 600 people filled the Grand Ballroom of the Crowne Plaza in Warwick on Monday morning to show their support for the 25th Anniversary of Kids Count, a statewide children's policy organization that works to improve the health, more
By JOHN HOWELL Saturday's Honor Flight was Victory Flight, the 22nd since retired Providence Fire Department Chief George Farrell and the Rhode Island Fire Chiefs Association initiated the program locally to fly World War II and Korean War veterans to more
By ETHAN HARTLEY For years motorists traveling on Narragansett Parkway have passed by a degrading, singular play structure on the outer edge of Salter Grove State Park without a second thought. The rusted, gloomy-looking relic possesses one decrepit more
By ETHAN HARTLEY While on a trip to New York City to celebrate her birthday last December, Ava Librizzi - a junior at St. Raphael Academy and a Warwick native - wasn't focusing on herself. She was thinking how sad it was to see homeless individuals more
By JOHN HOWELL By state law, both the city and schools cannot run a deficit and, as soon as they project a deficit, are required to file a corrective action plan with the state general auditor. But while Mayor Joseph Solomon in his state of the city more
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