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By JOHN HOWELL Upwards of 40 people, including students, teachers, school administrators and community leaders, spent last Wednesday and Thursday working in groups of six to explore what education and Warwick high schools of the future should look like. more
By JOHN HOWELL While the city and the Warwick Firefighters signed a three-year contract with a no pay increase in the first year last week, the parties will be back before an arbitrator this Friday to argue over pay. The issue is not how much of a pay more
By JOHN HOWELL On Thursday, Warwick GOP chair Richard Cascella checked to see how many reservations he'd received for the party's campaign kickoff pasta and meatball dinner at the K of C Hall on Sandy Lane. It looked bleak; six had signed up for the more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The battle over the state's gaming future has ended - at least on one front. IGT and Twin River last week announced a truce in their long-running dispute over Rhode Island's lottery contract, presenting plans to create a new joint more
By JUSTIN MORETTI Things were backwards at Park Elementary School Tuesday. That's because it was "e;wear your shirt backwards day."e; First-grader Lacy Franzone knew why. "e;Because words that hurt can't be taken back,"e; she said. Backwards day is part of The more
By JOHN HOWELL In a conservative move, despite an appeal from City Council President Steve Merolla to add new high school playing fields to the plan, the School Committee agreed Tuesday to request City Council and legislative approval to put a $56 more
By JOHN HOWELL While he's not participating in the "e;think tank"e; sessions this week on the future of secondary education and Warwick high schools, Mayor Joseph J. Solomon isn't lacking suggestions when it comes to the playing fields at Toll Gate and more
By JOHN HOWELL Centreville Bank dates back to 1828 when local business and civic leaders, textile manufacturer John Greene and surgeon Sylvester Knight, started a bank in the village of Centreville in West Warwick. A hundred years later in celebration of more
By JOHN HOWELL It was the books, not the breakfast, that had an audience "e;chewing"e; Tuesday morning at the Warwick Public Library. The library holds "e;Breakfast with Books"e; semiannually. The winter breakfast focuses on prize-winning books, and in the late more
By JACOB MARROCCO Presidential campaign volunteers and representatives came out to the Rhode Island Democratic Party's headquarters at 200 Metro Center Blvd. Saturday to gather signatures in an effort to get their respective candidates on the April more
By JOHN HOWELL By a 4-1 vote Thursday night, the Warwick School Committee denied Superintendent Phil Thornton's plan to restructure the school administration now that Robert Littlefield has left the post of director of secondary education. Thornton was more
By JOHN HOWELL Forgot password? How many times has that popped up on the screen? Brandon Fontaine, a senior at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center, defines that impasse as a "e;forensic question"e; in illustrating what sort of issues competitors more
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