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By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Warwick School Committee voted 4-1 last Tuesday to approve the revised school budget for Fiscal 18, which totals $161,795,442. more
By JOHN HOWELL So what are those circulator stonewalls doing in the center of the Apponaug roundabouts? Didn't anyone clue in designers that you can't see through stone and if the walls weren't there motorists would have a clear view of roundabout more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Usually, school administrators go out of their way to show off what is best in school. Starting Wednesday, Aug. 23, however, and continuing every Wednesday until Nov. 8, the department will showcase what needs to be improved. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Associate Justice Susan McGuirl ruled Monday in support of a temporary restraining order to prevent large numbers of teachers from calling out sick as a means to shut down school operations. more
By TESSA ROY It may not have been as sunny as hoped, but that didn't stop about 100 people from rallying in front of City Hall on Monday afternoon ahead of budget talks set for Friday night. Mayor Scott Avedisian's budget proposes a hike in funding for more
BY JACQUELYN MOOREHEAD -- Rhode Island is making national news by becoming the ninth state to pass an Automatic Voter Registration bill, which automatically registers eligible citizens to vote when interacting with the Department of Motor Vehicles. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Motorists of Warwick be warned - obey traffic laws and respect the rights of way of pedestrians entering crosswalks. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Starting now, Rhode Island residents under 19 will be eligible to apply for the Rhode Island Promise scholarship, which will cover all tuition and related fees at the Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI). more
By JOHN HOWELL What's more Rhode Island than wieners and coffee milk? Well, what about Del's and Kenyon Corn Meal clam cakes? All four have been staples at the Rhode Island pavilion at the Big E on the Eastern States Exposition grounds that open Sept. 15 more
By JOHN HOWELL -- With revenues greater than projected and expenses less than budgeted, a preliminary audit for the fiscal year ending June 30 show an estimated surplus of $6.7 million. more
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