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To the Editor: On March 23, the public found out that the fire alarm systems at Norwood and Holliman Elementary Schools had been broken since February 24 of this year. The parents and many of the teachers were not informed for those four weeks, either. more
CHECK CONDITION Officers Christian Vargas and Eric Lima responded to the Best Buy on Universal Boulevard on March 31 just after 4 p.m. after the department received a call about an unattended small child inside a locked and running car. The officers more
By JOHN HOWELL What was a matter of failed school fire alarms has become an issue of trust that threatens school administration efforts to address the city's aging schools. On Monday City Council members Ed Ladouceur, D-Ward 5, Jeremy Rix, D-Ward 2 and more
By TESSA ROY Tuesday night's School Committee meeting began with apologies from Superintendent Philip Thornton and Building and Grounds Director Steven Gothberg, but it was not enough to mitigate the anger of parents. Parents' feelings were palpable as more
By JOHN HOWELL Nancy Croce is a trendsetter although she doesn't think of herself that way. It was many years ago while she was working in an accounting office for the City of Providence, a job she had held for 16 years, when a male fellow employee with more
The man known “as the best kicker in the world” will be in Warwick this weekend. In fact, Zsolt Moradi from Hungary is no stranger to Warwick or the Don Rodrigues whose karate academy bearing … more
By JOHN HOWELL It isn't a pretty picture. According to an actuarial study of retiree health care benefits, the city faces an unfunded liability of $290.7 million this year. That figure contained in reports prepared by Jefferson Solutions had a chilling more
By TESSA ROY Local stars" are putting on their dancing shoes for the The Rhode Island Mentoring Partnership. RIMP will host its 11th annual Dancing With the Stars of Mentoring on April 27. Eight stars from area businesses are paired with coaches from" more
By JOHN HOWELL A charter school, assisted living facility and home builder were among a group that conducted a walkthrough of two vacant schools the city is hopeful of selling. “I’m trying … more
By PETE FONTAINE The Tri-City Elks added a new chapter to their illustrious history Sunday, March 19. At a standing room only event, which featured high-ranking Elks officers and dignitaries from all over Rhode Island as well as Southeastern more
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