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Monday’s town meeting where Congressman Jim Langevin talked about “challenging times in Washington” was unlike some other meetings since Donald Trump took office. While the parking lot at … more
“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 In a show of unanimous support from his future colleagues on the City Council, Ward 4 Councilman Joseph Solomon was elected City Council president at a council caucus Sunday. Solomon, who did not actively seek the position, praised the more
Schools could be closed today. That was the warning issued yesterday afternoon to parents on the Connect-Ed system by Superintendent Philip Thornton in response to reports that the Warwick Teachers Union had planned a sick-out." Warwick" more
The Conimicut Village Association is exploring a rip tide warning system that an oceanographer believes could be the first of its kind for installation at the Conimicut Point spit, the site of several drownings - the most recent being July more
According to information provided by the school administration, almost 90 percent of Warwick's 897 teachers would make more than $79,000 - and some with longevity and coaching stipends more than $100,000 a year - under the contract 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
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 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
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