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It's a sight we've all witnessed in the wake of winter storms - vehicles, still covered in ice or snow, making their way along the roadway. The windshield, in most cases, is at least partially clear - after all, some degree of visibility, no matter how more
To the Editor: Many thanks to Mayor Solomon for coming forth and telling the fiscal truth to a small group of residents who gathered at Warwick Vets last Wednesday evening. The daunting truth of how disastrous the previous long-term administration was to more
By MEGHAN HUGHES and JULIAN L. ASSID Rhode Island is now home to one of the most significant experiments to align education and workforce development that will reap benefits for college students, employers, and the digital economy. At the center of this more
To the Editor:If continuing attempts at a coup d’etat are unsuccessful, the Trump Administration is threatening an imminent military invasion of Venezuela.On CNN’s Sunday edition of Jake … more
To the Editor: We'd like to set the record straight. In his guest column (Budget, education in spotlight at State House, Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019), speaker of the house Nicholas Mattiello misrepresented the legislation being considered that would protect more
Finally some snow. Okay, I know winter is wearing thin, but did you really expect to get through it without at least one “respectable” snowstorm, not these measly slushy messes? Besides, a … more
Now that the dust is settling on the City of Warwick's financial situation - and it's not a pretty picture - there is one fact that emerges abundantly clear: there is a razor-thin margin of error for Mayor Joseph Solomon moving forward. While Solomon more
To the Editor: On the afternoon of February 26, a very large number of people who seemed to be members of RI Right to Life were at the State House to demonstrate against the right of women to make their own decisions about their own health care. At the more
To the Editor: At the February 25 City Council meeting, a number of major developments occurred that will have positive, long-term effects on our community. The City Council and the mayor continue to work to make Warwick a great place to live and to more
To the Editor:It is with great sadness and anger to have read the Providence Journal’s article (2/8/19), “Labor, municipal leaders clash on binding arbitration.” To learn that our … more
To the Editor: I would like to thank the Warwick School Committee Chair Karen Bachus for bringing to light the importance of qualifications for elected officials as well as employees of the Warwick school system. Take for example the recent treatment of more
An Open Letter to the Mayor of Warwick: Support the Arts! Save the Warwick Center for the Arts! As an artist, a long-time resident of the City of Warwick (just over a mile away), an Artist member, an exhibitor, a volunteer, and supporter of the more
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