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Mayor Scott Avedisian has named Brian Silvia, who served as internal auditor for the city for five years and currently is the director of finance for Cumberland, as Warwick City Treasurer. Silvia will start in the job that has been vacant since David more
Parents, teachers, students, administrators and all those interested are invited to a public forum tomorrow night to discuss special education in Warwick. The forum, called for by Councilman Ed … more
By TESSA ROY The Warwick Public Schools Building Committee met Tuesday night to discuss school safety and hear from members of the public on safety-related issues they'd like to see prioritized in a proposed bond issue to upgrade schools. Educators, more
Many Warwick voters will go to the polls Tuesday angry that they don't have better choices for the nation's top elective office and, perhaps for the first time, prepared to vote for someone other than the Republican or Democratic nominee. We urge them more
Libraries have come a long way. These public institutions date back millennia, with the Royal Library of Alexandria in Egypt serving as one of the great lost wonders of the world after its construction in 283 BCE (before the common era that starts with more
To the Editor, Approximately half the people of this country believe that Donald Trump is the last chance to save the nation from the liberal/progressive induced rapid decline it has endured these past 7 and 3/4 years. This half population is willing more
Rhode Islanders are passionate about their state, and Roberta Mudge Humble has discovered a unique way of sharing love for the Ocean State with both the “native and naïve.” Humble, originally … more
By TESSA ROY The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) is facing pushback after announcing the end of its program that enables 13,000 low-income seniors or people with disabilities to ride without paying a fare. A fare of 50 cents to board and more
To the Editor: At the close of the Warwick School Committee meeting last month, Gene Nadeau, the vice chairman of the committee, read aloud a letter to the editor that was recently published in the Warwick Beacon. In commenting on the article, the vice more
By JOHN HOWELL What was once a lounge overlooking Spring Green Pond could become the site of a carwash by this fall, according to plans to be considered by the planning and zoning boards. Vincent Porzio, owner of Personal Touch Carwash with his uncle more
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