Editorial
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To the Editor, The Warwick City Council’s Public Hearing on Monday, March 7 provides a valuable opportunity for residents to advance what so many of us have been fighting for over the past … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: “It’s absolutely soul-crushing, heart-breaking, the Rev. Borislav Kroner, pastor of St. Michael’s Ukrainian Church in Woonsocket, tells my colleague Joe Tasca, … more
For 22 continuous years, Rep. James Langevin has represented Rhode Island in Washington with steady calmness and determination. His rise to the halls of Congress is a story of perseverance, and … more
To the Editor, Many Warwick residents have tried communicating their concerns over the disregard of some of their elected officials to consider permitting developers the approval of zone changing to allow for solar farms. Most of these properties are more
Good morning Mayor Picozzi and All, There is an issue that is bothering me, so please listen as I share it with you. I believe in "For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction." Some of those reactions are unknown and take time to reveal more
Three or four of us squeezed into the room. The heavy door closed with the sliding of a lock clearly audible. We looked at one another imagining what it would be like to know that it would be a long time before you went through these doors again. Ahead more
To the Editor, Warwick voters may soon be asked to authorize $350 million in borrowing to construct two new high schools.   When additional borrowing for elementary and school … more
With the Governor's mandate on masking in schools set to expire next Friday, scores of parents will gleefully send their children off to school buildings throughout the state (save for some districts that have elected to continue their own mandates) free more
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