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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
Elementary school stars shine Cedar Hill Principal Dr. Colleen Mercurio K - Callie Nelson 1 - Colin DelPrete 2 - Ali Samii 3 - Andrew Bacon 4 - Joshua Maynard 5 - Marcus … more
It was 20 years ago and Patti Goldstein remembers the first day of operations at the Bruce Sundlun Terminal like it was yesterday. The late governor made the terminal “his” project, pushing … more
There's a lot to be said for a fresh coat of paint. Of course, much more than paint has gone into $3.2 million in school renovations, most of which were completed in the nick of time for yesterday's opening. It was a massive program that is most visible more
A few months ago, Gary Lonergan and some of his Chapmans Avenue neighbors heard rumors about upgrades to the Shell and Dunkin Donuts service station at the intersection of Routes 5 and 13. Since the location is so near their homes, Lonergan more
By JOHN HOWELL Every month, Warwick leads the state in the total number of single-family home sales, a number that consistently tops 100. But when it comes to the sale of million dollar homes, it's Newport, Barrington and Watch Hill that make the more
By JOHN HOWELL Anna Beaulieu, a junior at Bay View Academy, remembers when St. Kevin School almost closed seven years ago. She was a student at the school then along with 139 others. On Sunday she was back at St. Kevin's with 13 of her alumni giving more
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