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To the Editor: John Cervone's recent letters have reached a new level of toxicity. His venomous attacks on President Obama suggest a racial bias. What else could explain his hatred for Obama while praising Donald Trump? Obama's eight years was free of more
By JOHN HOWELL Will it be a town hall meeting or a neighborhood meeting? In today's charged political environment, Virginia Barham is hopeful that Monday's meeting with Congressman James Langevin does not deteriorate into the rancorous town hall meetings more
Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea convened the first of three meetings of her Elections Task Force Tuesday at the Warwick Public Library. The task force, made up of state and local elections officials along with Rhode Island voters, is meeting to more
To the Editor: While the media continue to champion the legacy of Barack Obama, President Donald J. Trump is rapidly trying to end or overturn a few of his more significant disasters, such as heath care and illegal immigration. And what exactly was his more
An amended capital improvement bond request of $85.8 million was approved by the School Committee at Tuesday and now must gain the approval the City Council, State Department of Education and General … more
Unjust detention? Student Paula Cavanagh sent the Beacon this photo of students serving a three-hour detention as punishment for walking out of their classes for a protest of a School Committee decision to not follow the City Council's resolution to get more
By TESSA ROY When School Committee Member Karen Bachus caught wind of a debacle at Warwick Veterans last Friday, she went down to the school herself to find out what was going on. Three teachers were pulled out of their classes, accused of more
By TESSA ROY Governor Gina Raimondo continued her promotion of her manufacturing and free tuition initiatives Tuesday night at the Make it in Rhode Island Summit, which was attended by Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian and North Providence Mayor Charles more
What began as a fresh start filled with possibilities is rapidly souring into a display of intolerance for a situation that has been created by years of neglect and, unfortunately, can only be corrected by a huge outlay of capital from the taxpayers. more
To the Editor: Again this session a group of progressive Democrats led by Rep. Aaron Rugenberg has introduced the so-called high capacity magazine bill (H5155). Co-sponsors include newly-elected progressive Democrats Marcia Ranglin-Vassell, Susan Donovan more
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