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Open Letter to the School Committee: As you now know, Holliman Elementary School has been without a working fire alarm system since, to the best of our knowledge, at least February 24, 2017. There have been some inaccuracies in the news and social media more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCEA driver who recently told officers, “I don’t drink,” was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence. David Aurielio, 68, of 212 Sandy Lane, … more
By TESSA ROY Now that members have been presented with Superintendent Philip Thornton's proposed budget of $167,016,695 for fiscal year 2018, the School Committee will vote on it on April 12. It will then be sent to Mayor Scott Avedisian. The mayor will more
By JOHN HOWELL Without giving away any secrets, or for that matter creating any false expectations, Iftikhar Ahmad, president and CEO of the Rhode Island Airport corporation, told the Rotary Club of Warwick Thursday that Green Airport could get one or" more
By JOHN HOWELL Armed with a map showing that with a seven-foot rise in sea level, Warwick Neck would become an island during a 100-year storm, and with the sparkling waters off Conimicut Point as a backdrop, Rhode Island's two senators and Congressman more
By TESSA ROY State leaders say the Rhode Island Kids Count Factbook, released on Monday, makes a case for continued action on both state and national levels. The factbook presents the status of family and community, economic well-being, health, safety more
On Friday Congressman Jim Langevin presented Cranston resident Mrs. Carol Liebrich, the widow of World War II veteran Robert Liebrich, with a Purple Heart with a Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster, signifying the second Purple Heart he has received. When he was more
By JOHN HOWELL When the bishop speaks, not only do you listen but you also follow instructions. Then in his 20s and a member of the City Council, Scott Avedisian did what he was told when the Rev. George H. Hunt, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Rhode more
Pilgrim baseball is looking to make some adjustments and improvements from last season. The Pats finished the regular season with a record of 8-10 last spring. However, they did enough to make the Division I playoffs, more
“We’re not going to get any other business done here tonight. In fact, I don’t know if we’re going to complete this here tonight,” said City Council President Joseph Solomon on Monday night … more
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