East Greenwich

A water drop and ripples

Looks like progressives are finally managing to drag down East Greenwich to rest-of-RI status.

By Justin Katz | November 30, 2023 |

Accept no rationalizations. This is the result of the rising tide of typical Rhode Island bad governance finally reaching the state’s high points: Classes have been canceled for students and staff again at East Greenwich High School. The superintendent sent an email to parents Wednesday night with the announcement. According to the superintendent, the school…

East Greenwich Looks to Stay on Top

By Marc Comtois | May 24, 2012 |

Yes, East Greenwich has economic advantages that Central Falls doesn’t have. It also has parents, teachers and a community that is involved in the school. These are all reasons for why East Greenwich High School has been ranked as the best high school in the state and one of the top schools in the nation.…

About That Status Quo

By Justin Katz | December 3, 2009 |

Meeting with East Greenwich town officials, Sen. Leonidas Raptakis (D, Coventry, East Greenwich, Warwick, West Warwick) spoke against state mandates: “We have so many archaic statutes, contracts and mandates, unless we start deleting these mandates or give cities and towns latitude, we’re going to start this revolving circle again, and it’s going to get worse,”…

Three Communities Work Towards Consolidation

By Marc Comtois | January 6, 2009 |

In anticipation of the Governor’s address tomorrow, in which it is likely he’ll announce some pretty deep cuts in aid to cities and towns, it seems like a good idea for communities to embark on the sort of potential cost-saving projects that Warwick, East Greenwich and North Kingstown appear ready to try (couldn’t find link…