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Rhode Islanders for Reform plan to continue their fight to change House rules even though their demonstration at the State House on Tuesday did nothing to alter the re-election of Nicholas Mattiello … more
In pledging to maintain a course to build the economy and jobs after taking the oath as Speaker of the House, Rep. Nicholas Mattiello listed the voters of District 15 among the first to … more
If Governor Gina Raimondo could have predicted the weather, she might have included a pun in her second inaugural address that the 40 mile per hour gusts that buffeted the crowd on the front lawn of … more
It was a year ago that City Hall staffers entered the Annex to discover water pouring from the ceiling of the first floor assessor’s office. During the weekend, when temperatures dipped into the … more
The new year in Warwick will mark the first year that a man not named Scott Avedisian will occupy the corner office of City Hall since the turn of the millennium. While tenured City Councilman Joseph … more
The 31st class of the Warwick Citizens Police Academy had the distinction of hearing from Col. Stephen McCartney at graduation ceremonies Thursday, Dec. 20 at police headquarters. McCartney, who … more
Father Robert L. Marciano had no idea that he was seriously being viewed as a candidate for president of Bishop Hendricken High School when John A. Jackson, who has retired after 46 years at the … more
At 87 years old, Eugene Nadeau holds the distinction of being the oldest elected official in Rhode Island. Come January, he will be one of three Warwick School Committee members to be replaced by … more
A new statewide ranking mechanism that the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) hopes will inspire and track student growth is surely leaving districts starstruck in the midst of the holiday … more
The Warwick School Committee has officially filed suit against the City of Warwick in hopes to receive nearly $5 million in funding for their hole-riddled FY19 budget. more
By JOHN HOWELL Col. Stephen M. McCartney didn't use a microphone Tuesday night as he addressed a packed City Council Chambers. He didn't need one. The audience listened attentively. McCartney, who retires this Friday, wasn't talking about himself or his more
By JOHN HOWELL Of all the cuts made to the school budget to close what originally amounted to a $6.6 million shortfall this summer, elimination of $102,000 to the school mentoring program has generated the loudest outcry. Yet, Mentor Rhode Island chose more
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