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“Outrage,” “unacceptable,” and “shame” were among the most used words at Tuesday night’s tense school committee meeting. Teachers, parents, and committee candidates alike turned out in … more
The first signs of an election are starting to pop up. They're relatively sparse for the moment, but that's going to change with so many candidates running for locally elected offices, not to mention what's happening on a national level. more
Here's the recipe: Take 1,500 Pilgrim students, about 600 parents who want to be there for the first full day of school, a parking lot without any defined travel lanes, add a steady rain, and mix it all together at 1:45 p.m. Then wait six more
Teacher Michael Pierce had an acronym for what he was handing to seventh-graders at Vets on the first day of its new role as a junior high school: “SOS.” The kids, some looking like they had … more
It may have been hot last Thursday evening, but nonetheless nearly 1,200 people attended the first ever Warwick Food Truck night at City Hall. With music, beer, wine and local cuisine, the event was a huge success and plans are underway to more
Schools could be closed tomorrow, according to a warning issued through the Connect-Ed system just before 2 pm today. Superintendent Philip Thornton said, “We have received several credible … more
The Warwick School Committee was again met with rampant dissatisfaction from parents and teachers at Tuesday's meeting. Complaints largely focused on special education but also regarded lack of classroom supplies, conditions inside the more
By TESSA ROY Shoppers and businesses alike were confused Tuesday when they found a fence had been put up in the parking lot of the Home Loan Plaza on Airport Road, separating a few parking lanes between Dave's Marketplace next door and the rest of the more
A new ride opened at Rocky Point yesterday, and Mayor Scott Avedisian was one of the first to take it. With Blane Toedt at the controls, Avedisian was lifted to the top of the Rocky Point arch for … more
Signs of the Nov. 8 election are everywhere, and they promise to get even more plentiful in the coming weeks. That presents a dilemma for Christine Allen, Mayor Scott Avedisian's campaign manager. In an interview Tuesday, she claimed a more
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