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By JOHN HOWELL -- In August of 1999 when he accepted the job as city finance director, Ernest Zmyslinski imagined that he would stay at most no more than two years. Now, 18 years later, making him arguably the city's longest serving finance director, he is returning to assume the role of West Warwick town manager. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Rhode Island politicians responded quickly and candidly to President Donald Trump's first State of the Union address on Tuesday night, which ran as the third-longest State of the Union in the country's history. more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Aaron Regunberg has been trying to create change in Rhode Island as a state representative for the past three years. Now the Democrat from Providence will look to continue this work in a different position - Lieutenant Governor of more
By JOHN HOWELL Just when you imagined work has been completed at the Apponaug Circulator, don't be surprised to find workers back. This time they'll be taking down many of the signs they erected in the last several months, plus adding some new ones. The more
By JOHN HOWELL It may seem like reverse math, but it makes perfect logic that the more you take out, the more you save. We're not talking about a bank account, but rather trash. Department of Public Works Director Richard Crenca is all about reducing the more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Last week, the Warwick City Council officially leased the land to the state Department of Environment Management which will, in the near future, become the site of a revamped public pier off the jagged coast of Rocky Point. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The House Minority Leader announced Monday she is throwing her hat in the ring for the upcoming joust to become the Republican candidate for Governor – a fight that she vows to take on in order to bring economic prosperity back to all Rhode Islanders. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Pilgrim Political Involvement Club (Pil-PI) scored its highest ranking political guest speaker yet, as Lt. Governor Daniel McKee stopped by Pilgrim High School on Tuesday to talk to club members about the Lt. Governor's role in more
Governor Gina M. Raimondo, joined by legislative sponsors and community advocates, recently ceremonially signed legislation prohibiting domestic abusers from possessing firearms. more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Within three hours, 900 signatures on six petitions to help animals throughout Rhode Island were collected at Pet Supplies Plus in Garden City on Jan. 6 by Dennis Tabella, Director of Defenders of Animals and several volunteers. more
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