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By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Committee officially reversed course Tuesday on a policy that was enacted in April which sought to reduce a nearly $80,000 lunch debt problem in the district, but instead drew a firestorm of national media attention more
By JOHN HOWELL Ever since she home schooled her daughter, Brenda Boronski has been in the routine of getting up early to prepare for the day. That is a good thing. Around 4 a.m. on Aug. 6 last year, she was sitting at a table in their small home on Huron more
By JOHN HOWELL Kyla Jones stepped outside the tax collector's office and into the hallway of the former Greene School, which has served as city offices since the annex behind City Hall was forced to close because of a burst water pipe in January 2018. more
By JOHN HOWELL Richard Corrente believes in laughter. No, it wasn't a laughing matter when he embarked on a two-year long campaign, although he never quit smiling and even waving from street corners in his effort to unseat former mayor Scott Avedisian. more
By JOHN HOWELL Rick Corrente has a red nose. Actually, he has 560 of them, and next Monday, Labor Day, he hopes the noses will have helped him raise thousands to build a free hospital, the dream of Dr. Hunter Patch" Adams. A mortgage broker and former" more
By ETHAN HARTLEY With the first day of school rapidly approaching for Warwick's students, school officials are emphasizing that electronic devices, primarily cell phones, will not be given a warm welcome back once class is back in session. It's a good" more
By JOHN HOWELL The home real estate market has been on an upward swing in the past three years, with median prices rising and houses being bought within days of them going on the market. Inventory is down. It's a seller's market. It's no wonder to Dean more
By JOHN HOWELL Bayside is at least two years away from getting sewers - maybe longer - yet the Warwick Sewer Authority is moving ahead with the repaving of Tidewater Drive where the major interceptor line will run. Riverview residents, promised sewers more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Since Mayor Joseph Solomon assumed mayoral duties in May of 2018 following the departure of long-tenured mayor Scott Avedisian, the perception emanating from City Hall has been one of long-awaited cohesion - an environment where the more
“It’s really devastating that we’re here again.” The crowd, which contained politicians, activists, faith leaders and citizens from across Rhode Island, listened Friday evening as … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Rhode Island Office of the Child Advocate has concluded through an extensive report released Tuesday that the Rhode Island Department of Child Youth and Families (DCYF) created" the situation that led to the death of a 9-year-old" more
By JOHN HOWELL The battle lines have been drawn for nearly 18 months now. On one side is Charles Anderson of PRW Holdings LLC, who plans to purchase Pond Plaza and add a 655-unit self-storage unit. On the other are homeowners around the pond and more
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