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Yesterday, as the Long-Term Facilities Planning Committee was preparing for their third and final high school tour, Warwick School administrators felt the tours were an important step moving toward a … more
The Warwick Police Department will join local law enforcement officers and highway safety advocates for a Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement mobilization, May 18 through May 24. Officers … more
PONDERING THE POSSIBILITIES: Chief of staff Mark …
Ed Ladouceur, the Ward 5 councilman who has pushed for $56 million to extend sewers and make upgrades to the wastewater treatment plant, has changed his thinking on sewer assessments. Until a … more
READY TO PLAN: More than 350 people gathered at …
No idea is too small, too big or too crazy. That’s what Mike Dowhan said at the start of a public hearing Tuesday at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet to solicit ideas on the future of Rocky Point. And … more
To the Editor: Many people want the solution to resolve and stop violence in America, and while all of the ideas are good ones thus far, the facts are that only America and the Middle East have … more
COVE VIEW: If built, the proposed 127-room hotel …
Warwick has 39 miles of shoreline and more than 2,100 hotel rooms, but until now no one has put the two together. Joseph Pisaturo wants to change that and, if he gains state and city approvals, he … more
At last week’s Long Term Facilities Planning Committee meeting, a number of members, including Superintendent Dr. Richard D’Agostino, expressed their surprise regarding the status of the … more
Greater revenues than projected served as the principal driver of a $3.4 million surplus for the fiscal year ending June 30, as reported Monday by Mayor Scott Avedisian. Citing the preliminary … more
NO MORE ROVING FOR COFFEE: Brewed Awakenings …
The country’s smallest state could have its largest coffee shop by next summer. At least that’s David Levesque’s plan, following Warwick City Council second passage Monday night of a zoning … more
In response to questions about the slaying of John “Jack” Fay Jr. in City Park and to neighborhood concerns over safety, Warwick Police will conduct a meeting Wednesday, June 12 at 6:30 p.m. in … more
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