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The Warwick School Committee began Tuesday’s regularly scheduled monthly meeting by laying off 35 teachers at the recommendation of Superintendent Richard D’Agostino. According to the Warwick … more
ROUTE 2 TRAFFIC: Jackie and Carlos Franco make …
As long as the law is on the books, Warwick Police are advising residents and businesses to shovel their sidewalks. It’s not that some members of the City Council don’t want the walks cleared … more
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In an executive session held Monday night, the Warwick School Committee voted to suspend Gorton science teacher Mario Atoyan without pay. Atoyan, 49, is charged with first-degree and second-degree … more
The Cranston Teachers’ Alliance (CTA) on Monday announced it is taking legal action over the ability of its membership to observe the Good Friday holiday. According to a press release from the … more
CHAMPIONS: David Mariano leaps into the arms of …
The first half of Saturday’s Division I Super Bowl between Bishop Hendricken and La Salle looked like everything you’d expect from a typical Hawks-Rams showdown. The score was 12-7, with both … more
With House leadership calling tax relief a priority for 2015, Rep. Patricia A. Serpa (D-Dist. 27, West Warwick, Coventry, Warwick) has submitted legislation that would exempt income from Social … more
Already, the Senate report about the CIA and torture has sparked partisan outrage among Republicans, who know it doesn’t reflect well on the two administrations of George W. Bush. But, in their … more
This offer was mailed to 500,000 Rhode Islanders, …
Like 500,000 Rhode Islanders, Kellie Bryda of Cumberland received a letter within the last week from North American Power offering relief from the 28-percent increase in the cost of electricity as … more
THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT: John Marks, who works …
You may want to answer when a representative of the tax assessor comes knocking. That knock has already come for about 20 percent of the city’s 26,285 residential properties as part of the full … more
Tainted by a possible violation of the state’s Open Meetings Act and rumors swirling around an investigator’s findings relating to an incident at Gorton Junior High School, Mayor Scott Avedisian … more
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