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“We’re not going to get any other business done here tonight. In fact, I don’t know if we’re going to complete this here tonight,” said City Council President Joseph Solomon on Monday night … more
Even though the School Committee's agreement over delaying the sixth grade transition to middle school was met with relief and approval, committee members found themselves facing heat from parents who continue to be dissatisfied with the more
By JOHN HOWELL A Superior Court ruling by Justice Bennett Gallo on Feb. 2 has shifted the balance of teacher contract talks to the School Committee by casting aside the long-held argument that the terms of an expired contract remained in place until a more
Yesterday the city shut off water service to 40 customers – the first of 900 – who have not responded to numerous letters that they have failed to pay their bill, which in some cases goes back 12 … more
Bill Coty says he has a high threshold for pain. Yet on the morning of Nov. 23 he was doubled over. On a scale of one to 10, he was at a 10. He felt as if his bladder was going to burst, but he couldn't relieve himself. Cote knew what the more
By JOHN HOWELL For the first time in decades, the Warwick Teachers Union targeted City Hall and the mayor to demonstrate their frustration in failing to reach a contract and what they consider the department's waste of money pursuing arbitration and more
By TESSA ROY Warwick Public Schools have again caught the attention of the Rhode Island American Civil Liberties Union, this time for a draft social media policy that was tabled at the last School Committee meeting. A letter from the ACLU's Steven Brown more
By TESSA ROY The average student loan debt per student in Rhode Island is about $35,000, and a bill from Representative Evan Shanley seeks to ease that cost. The Rhode Island Get on Your Feet Loan Forgiveness Program" (2017-H 5889) would relieve" more
By TESSA ROY Though Saturday was met with a few raindrops, the spirits of several hundred supporters of President Donald Trump were not dampened. They took to the streets of Providence with flags and signs, marching up to the State House steps to declare more
By JOHN HOWELL Where's there's smoke, there's fire. Fortunately, there wasn't any smoke at Norwood and Holliman Schools last week, but there was a lot of heat and fiery rebukes over how the school administration downplayed the failure of the fire alarm more
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