WARWICK, RI — Democratic mayoral candidate Richard Corrente is starting his second run for office where he left off last time: Trying to manipulate numbers. Just this week, the Warwick […]
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WARWICK, RI – Whether you’re hosting this year’s Super Bowl party or visiting as a guest, one key to a great time is having the right drinks. Beer, of course, is […]
It reads like the roster for a fifth-grade classroom: Aiden, Dylan, Grayson, Kalani, Riley, Toby, and Zoey.
WARWICK, RI — A Cranston man suspected of robbing a Citizens Bank in Hoxsie on Nov. 27 is being held at the ACI for violating probation set in a 2012 […]
WARWICK, RI — Warwick Police on Nov. 15 announced the arrest of Cedar Hill Principal Colleen Mercurio, 55, on one count of failure to report child abuse following an investigation into […]
PROVIDENCE, RI — RI Comic Con kicks off this afternoon in downtown Providence, setting up at both the RI Convention Center and the Dunkin Donuts Center. This year’s line-up of celebrities […]
Warwick, RI — Warwick Teachers Union President Darlene Netcoh announced via press release this morning that the union has voted no confidence in Supt. Philip Thornton and School Committee Chairwoman Bethany […]
Warwick, RI — Mayor Scott Avedisian and the Warwick Department of Public Works announced this week that they are seeking submitted photos for the 2018 edition of the city’s annual calendar. Subjects […]
Warwick, RI — When the going gets tough, the tough… hire a PR firm? That seems to be the modern twist to the old saying, as the Warwick School Department […]
After 18 episodes, the popular Crimetown podcast recently wrapped its first season. Created by accomplished producers Marc Smerling and Zac Stuart-Pontier, Crimetown delved into stories that many Rhode Islanders will […]
Warwick, RI — Attorney Anthony Sinapi recently filed a petition to keep his Open Meetings Act suit against the Warwick School Committee from being quashed.
WARWICK, R.I. — It’s time for Mayor Avedisian to end his hands-off approach to the school department and show some leadership. Here are two suggestions.