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By JOHN HOWELL Still reeling from the loss of key people within the finance department with the change of administrations, the city has yet to finalize the audit for the 2017-18 fiscal year, although in the next three weeks the mayor and the City Council more
By JOHN HOWELL Bill Patenaude checks his watch. He'd had a full day at the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, where he is a principal engineer at the Office of Water Resources, before stopping by the Brewed Awakenings on Pontiac Avenue more
By JOHN HOWELL Rhode Island Department of Human Services Director Courtney Hawkins made pizza last week. This wasn't edible pizza, although it did look tempting, and Hawkins did more supervising that making. How about the triangle?" she asked of the" more
By JOHN HOWELL With the debate heating up over whether Rhode Islanders come out ahead or fall behind with acquisition of Care New England by Partners HealthCare, both CNE and Lifespan have launched websites outlining their points of view. Yesterday, CNE more
By JOHN HOWELL The fight over the proposed development of a self-storage unit at Pond Plaza came no closer to being resolved after nearly four hours of testimony before the Zoning Board of Review Monday night. The board heard the argument to grant PRW more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Over the course of two school years, Oakland Beach Elementary teacher Mary Chisholm tried - without success - to get additional special education support due to a fellow teacher in her co-taught classroom being chronically absent. When more
By JOHN HOWELL The city and the Warwick firefighters have reached a tentative agreement that promises to save in excess of $2 million, according to Mayor Joseph Solomon's estimate, as well as clear away a number of grievance and arbitration cases that more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Department's lingering deficit for the current fiscal year, which sits in the neighborhood of $4 million, has reportedly been solved - but to the detriment to the Warwick Independent School Employees (WISE) Union... more
By ETHAN HARTLEY One of the oft-forgotten perks of living in Rhode Island is that history is all around us. For Cranston residents in Edgewood, a pretty significant piece of history has been discovered, literally, right in their back yards. Cranston more
By JOHN HOWELL The top soil has been cleared, the site leveled and heavy earth moving equipment lined up, ready for the work to start. All that was needed was the official groundbreaking to what is another piece to a bio-medical campus at the Crossing more
By JOHN HOWELL Groups from across the city put on their gloves, armed themselves with rakes and pulled debris from Pawtuxet Park, Avalon Park on Warwick Pond, and along the banks of Buckeye Brook on Saturday. Another army numbering nearly 100 volunteers more
This is the first year Andrew Martin won’t be at the Doughboy Dash. Andrew died August 8, 2018 of Ataxia-telangiectasia. He was 19. “This is a very big one in our minds,” said Andrew’s … more
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