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By JACOB MARROCCO Persistence paid off for Ferri Middle School student Daniel Wulf. While his civics class was studying the founding fathers, the Constitution and the differences between a congressman and a senator, they wanted to hear directly from the more
By PETE FONTAINE Few fundraising events, if any, rival the 43rd Richard D. Salzillo Memorial Game Dinner, which will take over Kelley-Gazzerro VFW Post 2812 on Sunday, Jan. 26, beginning at noon. The brothers Spirito - Greg and Dave, who own and operate more
By JACOB MARROCCO Johnston High School technical education teacher Thom Milligan wants to continue expanding his department's already substantial programming, and the Champlin Foundation is there to lend a hand. Johnston High was recently awarded a more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The state's educational and economic fortunes are inexorably linked, Gov. Gina Raimondo said during her State of the State address Tuesday night - and with her administration set to unveil its budget plan for the coming fiscal year, more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE U.S. Sen. Jack Reed flies frequently, and he knows T.F. Green International Airport well. "e;I travel to lots of airports,"e; he told members of the media outside the airport's security checkpoint Friday morning. "e;I was here last night more
By JACOB MARROCCO Mayor Joseph Polisena and Department of Public Works Director Arnold Vecchione urged patience from residents as winter kicks into high gear and plows make their way down the town's streets. Polisena lauded Vecchione and his crew for more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The two men have very different visions in terms of policy, but Mayor Allan Fung said he counts Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang as a friend - and he sees him as an inspiration for members of minority communities that more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE John Howell had owned the Warwick Beacon for less than a decade as the snow began to fall in early February 1978. At the time, the paper, which is now published twice weekly, was still printing a single edition each week. It hit more
By JOHN HOWELL and DANIEL KITTREDGE As had been expected for several months, a familiar face to Rhode Islanders is making another foray into presidential politics. Lincoln Chafee, a former Warwick mayor, governor and U.S. senator, plans to seek the more
Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena said he was pleased with the results of the town’s annual audit, framing it as a reflection of the town’s improved financial standing since he took … more
Nancy Haight understands the lifesaving power of blood even though cancer claimed the life of her beloved son, Ben, 18 years ago.Throughout Ben’s heroic … more
Whether the courts agree with the state that it has the right to independently toll trucks or not, Christopher Maxwell of the Rhode Island Truckers Association says Rhode Island will come out the … more
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