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Reasoning that the residents of Potowomut deserve the same level of fire protection and rescue service provided the rest of Warwick, and that a fire station could be built and operated at no … more
BRINGING BACK MEMORIES: Anthony Restivo and …
Imagine the scene. You’re driving down Post Road near Ann & Hope. You can’t quite believe your eyes because there, not too far from the road, is the entrance to Rocky Point. There’s no … more
PONDERING THE EFFECTS: Concerned by the potential …
After 14 hearings, including one that drew a divided crowd of more than 300 on whether to expand Warwick sewers, the City Council gave first passage to $56 million in revenue bonds to upgrade the … more
The Warwick Police Department have joined state and local law enforcement officers as well as state highway safety advocates for a Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement mobilization, now through … more
To The Editor: Mr. Pisaturo, owner of the property at 30 Station Street, is a kind, generous and delightful gentleman. He has vastly improved the appearance of the Station Street property. His … more
To the Editor: Will the John DePetro supporters of the world please get one thing straight; no one has ever attacked or attempted to deny John DePetro his freedom of speech. Got that? DePetro can … more
PLAYOFF RIVALS: Senerchia’s John Willette gets …
This wasn’t the way the New England Frozen Lemonade/Shields Post 43 envisioned its postseason run. It wasn’t exactly the way Senerchia Post 74 envisioned it either – but at least Senerchia … more
To the Editor: It appears that Obama has an insane desire to bomb, for the sake of bombing. He is the only one spearheading an attack on Syria, even with the American people overwhelmingly … more
SIGHTSEEING: Principal Gerry Habershaw took the …
The Long Term Facilities Planning Committee went back to school Tuesday, roaming the halls of Warwick Veterans Memorial High School to assess the facility and determine if it should remain a high … more
OFFICIAL NAMING: Mayor Scott Avedisian has a …
Despite windy, rainy weather, City Council President Donna Travis could not contain her happiness and excitement during Friday afternoon’s ribbon cutting ceremony for the newly restored Danger … more
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