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An open letter to Mayor Avedisian, Col. McCartney, City Council members and School Committee members: Ladies and Gentlemen, In view of the recent events of the “alleged” outrageous theft … more
Democratic candidate for mayor Richard Corrente has issued a report card on the five years Mayor Scott Avedisian served on the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority board of directors, concluding the agency was ripped off" by the mayor" more
Time was on the minds of school officials early Tuesday morning - they are anxious to get building projects started in time to have them completed when schools reopen in the fall and to encumber the funds before the start of a new fiscal more
Could plans for a new Shore Dinner Hall be on the horizon for Rocky Point Park? Or might the state draw from the former amusement park’s history and return rides to Rhode Island’s summertime … more
After the Department of Health (HEALTH) mandated all 7th graders receive at least one dose of the HPV vaccine for school inclusion last summer, parents across the state were outraged. There were … more
For many of us elementary school is where we fall in love with learning for the first time, where we make our first lifelong friends, where we first begin to place ourselves in the world around … more
If it's not raining, Mayor Scott Avedisian is prepared to throw some cold water on the Gaspee Days parade.literally. Confused? So were some of those who gathered Wednesday morning at Pawtuxet Park. Avedisian brought along a bucket of water more
To the Editor: On March 1, the editors of the Sun Rise bravely jumped on the politically correct bandwagon along with the New York Times, Providence Journal, Boston Globe and a host of others to … more
The long-awaited release of the Ragosta Report – named for attorney Vincent Ragosta, who completed an investigation of the school administration – finds that three top-level personnel dismissed … more
Both say the numbers tell the story. But the story is different in each case. Democratic mayoral candidate Richard Corrente argues the numbers show that Warwick is in decline, and more people and businesses need to be brought to the city. more
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