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Three days – 72 hours – since the last snowstorm is the grace period before residents and businesses are to shovel sidewalks on their properties. The city law applies to “priority sidewalks” … more
“Keep your tiny hands off our rights,” a sign declared. Its owner, a young blonde woman wearing bright blue lipstick, was one of the many students who walked out of her Providence high school … more
Editor's note: Mayor Scott Avedisian responded with the following statement to questions about the firefighters' union action to grieve the Tier II pension system: I am disheartened by the actions of the IAFF Warwick Local 2748 to undo the pension more
To the Editor: During his presidential campaign, Donald Trump promised to drain the swamp in Washington. Instead he dug a cesspool and filled it with some of the most vile people this nation's capital has seen in many years. His childish obsession with more
Representative Joseph McNamara has introduced a package of legislation that has Rhode Island's senior citizens in mind. The bills would increase the tax exemption on retirement income, establish a tax credit for modifying a vehicle to more
There's no going back. The die was cast at least a decade ago, when after public hearings where roundabouts were touted as the wave of the future, they were adopted as the solution to Apponaug traffic. It all made perfect sense. Instead of coming to a more
Students protest More than 100 Pilgrim and Toll Gate students picketed the School Administration yesterday to voice concerns over the School Committee's decision not to endorse the City Council's request for an independent third-party investigation of more
The School Committee voted Tuesday to move forward with the recommendation to close two schools and re-purpose two others for the 2018-2019 academic year, but with a change. Though the consolidation committee had also recommended putting off more
Rhode Island students could get a significant financial boost under a “historic” proposal from Governor Gina M. Raimondo. The plan, dubbed “Rhode Island’s Promise,” would guarantee two … more
Warwick officials got to experience what firefighters go through during a morning session at the fire training facility at Station 8 Friday. The exercise included entering a room where pallets of straw were burning on the ceiling with more
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