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Mayor Scott Avedisian, who has been mayor in Warwick since 2000, might officially be leaving office pending a vote by the RIPTA board, sources have confirmed. more
By JOHN HOWELL Students are scared of a shooter entering their school and are demanding authorities do something about it. That message came across loud and clear Saturday as students held the spotlight and people of all ages came by the thousands to more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Rhode Island politicians responded quickly and candidly to President Donald Trump's first State of the Union address on Tuesday night, which ran as the third-longest State of the Union in the country's history. more
Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea has released the official 2018 How to Run for Office Guide to assist those planning to run for elected office in Rhode Island. The guide provides would-be candidates with the necessary steps, deadlines and eligibility more
At the Women's March RI Chapter's one-year anniversary rally, a crowd of approximately 4,000 women and men, as well as children, gathered together this past Saturday at the Rhode Island State House. more
Beacon Communications, which publishes the Warwick Beacon, Cranston Herald and Johnston Sun Rise newspapers, has acquired the Coventry-based Reminder, a buyer's guide publication of classifieds and adverts that publishes 28,000 copies weekly. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- With the signing of an executive order at Warwick City Hall on Monday afternoon, Governor Gina Raimondo advocated towards enacting a statewide “Red Flag” policy to restrict certain individuals from obtaining or possessing a firearm. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- We've all seen them, but what exactly is the story behind these signs on RI highways? more
Latino Public Radio (LPR), a non-profit public radio station based in Providence, has announced the resignation of President Dr. Pablo Rodriguez and will cease broadcasting on March 31. The decision comes after Rodriguez decided to leave LPR to pursue more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- RIDE Commissioner Ken Wagner was measured in his response to how RIDE is reacting to a wave of activism - primarily from students - which is now demanding for more legislation to curb gun violence and ensure students feel safer while in class. more
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