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By JOHN HOWELL The governor's office took to the road last week to promote her plan to provide car tax relief starting next year and to underscore elimination of the tax, as House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello's proposes, can't be sustained. But the more
The School Committee's $85 million proposal to upgrade the city's aging schools starting as soon as next year was sidetracked Monday as the City Council demanded additional information, including options for the construction of a new high more
To the Editor: What is happening to the Warwick Public Schools? They used to be one of the best in the state. Now, substitutes are reluctant to sub in the schools. Teacher morale is going down rapidly. I have been a Warwick resident since 1964 and am a more
By JOHN HOWELL Following a statewide trend, Warwick single-family home sales, totaling 1,303, led the state for 2016 according to a report released Wednesday by the Rhode Island Association of Realtors. Single-family home sales in the city were more than more
To the Editor:“Lincoln’s Chair” by Robert Houghtaling was beautifully written and well expressed for the majority of us who voted for Clinton. When I was a young child, rummaging … more
By JOHN HOWELL City department directors can expect to hear the same message they got last year when it comes to putting their budgets together for the upcoming fiscal year - hold down costs. City Finance Director Ernest Zmyslinski said the budget more
Election seasons are known for being heated. But District 24 candidate Stacia Huyler seems to be experiencing especially bizarre and scary occurrences. Huyler's strangest claim is that a drone flies around her neighborhood harassing her and more
That this year's presidential campaign would be unusual - and unusually nasty - became evident to most observers some time ago. But in recent days, it has sunk to new levels of corrosiveness and ugliness. The most significant moment of the race thus more
The former Lockwood Junior High School is one example of what Aldrich Junior High School could become, says principal planner Richard Crenca. With the construction of Winman Junior High in the 1970s, Lockwood was closed. It sat empty for more
To the Editor: To all those who may consider writing a letter to the editor: beware! No longer is free speech met with responding free speech; it is now commonly met with thinly veiled attempts to physically intimidate those who exercise the rights more
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