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By JOHN HOWELL Ed Ladouceur, a councilman, chairman of the council finance committee and a contractor, remembers the 1998 truck that had 250,000 miles on it and started to show its age. When its spark plugs started coming out, he had the engine head more
By JOHN HOWELL The Warwick Firefighters Union is contesting the Tier II pension plan implemented in 2012 to reduce pension costs and improve the city’s ability to pay pension obligations going … more
To the Editor: For the record, it does not bother me much when I see a fire truck at Stop & Shop. I know that they are supposed to shop on their own time and I have discussed this issue with a few dozen firefighters and have drawn the conclusion that more
To the Editor: I write this letter in direct response Richard Corrente's letter from 2/23/17. As a School Committee member, I need to be clear that these are my views and not those of other committee members or the committee as a whole. While I feel that more
By JOHN HOWELL So what are those circulator stonewalls doing in the center of the Apponaug roundabouts? Didn't anyone clue in designers that you can't see through stone and if the walls weren't there motorists would have a clear view of roundabout more
To the Editor: I recently read the article about the Ethics Commission fining Donna Travis over her involvement with three charity-type organizations that she donates hundreds of hours of her time to and receives no money from. Got that? She doesn't more
By TESSA ROY It may not have been as sunny as hoped, but that didn't stop about 100 people from rallying in front of City Hall on Monday afternoon ahead of budget talks set for Friday night. Mayor Scott Avedisian's budget proposes a hike in funding for more
To the Editor:It seems you misquoted me in Tuesday’s article, “Outrage flares over failed school alarms, septic backup”. You wrote that I stated that I was scared, when in fact … more
By JOHN HOWELL Will next fall's sixth graders return to their elementary schools, or will they become the first class to be folded into new middle schools at Vets and Winman? The plan is for the two junior high schools, now comprised of 7th and 8th more
By JOHN HOWELL It isn't a pretty picture. According to an actuarial study of retiree health care benefits, the city faces an unfunded liability of $290.7 million this year. That figure contained in reports prepared by Jefferson Solutions had a chilling more
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