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By JOHN HOWELL With the Democratic primary having determined the matchup for the mayoral election, Republican Sue Stenhouse opened her campaign headquarters Friday with a message that Warwick voters deserve the leadership that has the resolve and more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A hearing scheduled for last night's City Council meeting in which the Warwick School Department would have presented its results from a third-party audit that analyzed its fiscal and programmatic practices was postponed in light of more
Flight Tango - the 20th flight conducted by the Rhode Island Association of Fire Chiefs - was held Saturday with 24 veterans, leaving and returning to Green Airport after a full day of visiting the nation's war memorials in Washington. As it has done more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Could a pasta, chicken and meatball dinner really bring people together to talk civilly about the most important issues facing us as a state? Those in charge of the experimental dinner sessions are saying, yes, it can indeed. Starting in more
By JOHN HOWELL and ETHAN HARTLEY Joseph Solomon is one step closer to being the duly elected mayor of Warwick, as he easily defeated his Democratic challengers during Wednesday's primary by grabbing close to 65 percent of the vote. Solomon has repeated more
By JOHN HOWELL Silence fell over the more than 100 gathered for the 9/11 observance. Complete silence. No whispers between friends and family members, no coughing, no nervous shuffling of feet. Complete silence. The forecast was for possible rain more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Monday will mark a significant next chapter in the ongoing budgetary crisis being experienced by the Warwick School Department, as they will present to the City Council findings of their programmatic audit finalized in August that more
Peace and Providence Community Outreach Center on Warwick Avenue has been a busy place since opening last month. “I’ve been very happy. There’s been a lot of positive feedback … more
By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Joseph Solomon has been in office since May and tomorrow he faces the test as to whether Democrats want him as their candidate going into the November election. If money and lawn signs are the measure, Solomon is a clear winner over more
By JOHN HOWELL It's gotten hot in the closing days of the Senate Dist. 30 primary contest, although the crossfire isn't between the two candidates, but rather endorsed Democratic candidate Mark McKenney and the RI Values Project. At issue is a mailer more
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