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By ETHAN HARTLEY The prospects of possibly building a new high school in Warwick heated up beyond hypothetical talk on Tuesday night, as the Warwick School Committee unanimously agreed to go out to bid to find a consultant that would walk the district more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Conimicut is open for business - literally. Wednesday Oct. 30 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. will mark the first annual Conimicut Village Downtown Open House event, where prospective small business owners will get the chance to view a wide array of more
By JOHN HOWELL A yellowish-brown 4-by-4-inch square about as appetizing as a cell phone slid out of the plastic bag onto the butcher block table that serves as a desk for Brendon Rios. He held a kitchen knife, cutting the square - which had the dubious more
It was 1986 and Mike Hedley couldn’t believe what his wife, Jean, was suggesting. She wanted to build a playground at Christopher Rhodes School, which is just up the street from their home. This … more
A new city commission will explore ways to hopefully provide a fair means of tax relief to residents who were hit hardest following this year’s property revaluation – which inordinately affected … more
Forty years ago domestic abuse did not happen in Warwick. That was the belief of many – domestic abuse was something that happened in the inner cities, not the suburbs. Why would Warwick need an … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY AARP Rhode Island will kick off its community discussions on the issue of skyrocketing pharmaceutical drug prices in the state tonight at Chelo's at 2225 Post Road from 5:30 to 7 p.m., with the goal of hopefully inspiring state more
By JOHN HOWELL Two years in the making, the president, principal and members of the Bishop Hendricken High School faculty outlined to a group of community leaders Friday morning dramatic changes in the school curriculum aimed at giving students an edge more
By PETE FONTAINE If the creativity of Onesie Day provides any measuring stick, Saturday's Johnston High School Homecoming may just surpass any and all previous celebrations. Students representing all four classes - as well as countless faculty and staff more
By ETHAN HARTLEY In the midst of historic politically polarizing times nationally, Rhode Island is nearing a battle that could pose a serious challenge to its incumbent, dominant Democratic Party. There are no signs to indicate that challenge is coming more
By JOHN HOWELL Senator Jack Reed stepped back into the classroom Tuesday and met Anne. At first she didn't say anything. In fact, she was lifeless. She didn't as much as blink and there was nothing like a heartbeat. She was sitting upright and looked more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A question regarding the status of whether or not the city has hired a head legal official - known as a city solicitor - evolved into a heated back-and-forth between City Council President Steve Merolla and chief of staff to Mayor Joseph Solomon... more
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