September 15, 2014
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PACKED: Mayor Scott Avedisian addresses a full …
It’s rare, but Mayor Scott Avedisian took off the gloves last Wednesday night. And that’s what his friends and supporters wanted to see and hear, ever since Stacia Petri launched her campaign … more
It is no surprise enrollment throughout Warwick’s public schools is in decline. Classes are getting smaller; in the last few years the School Committee closed four schools and considered closing … more
To the Editor: I have been following very closely the proposals being discussed to close one of the three Warwick high schools to accommodate our junior high school students in an effort to reduce … more
With some Rhode Island residents saying they won’t be able to continue living in their homes, members of Congress who touted the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act when they voted for it … more
SUITED FOR THE JOB: Dan Andrews and Massino …
Potowomut School has had many visitors in its history, but few as unusually clad as those who started working there last week. They wore white suits and facemasks as they removed asbestos ceiling … more
Last week the Long Term Facilities Planning Committee decided it is possible to consolidate three high schools into two. They have yet to determine which school should be transitioned to a junior high, … more
GATHERING SIGNATURES: Republican mayoral …
When Stacia Petri became disenchanted with her property taxes, she started asking questions, and she started attending City Council meetings. That was more than four years ago. Now Petri is … more
Although the city signed off on relocating Winslow Park softball and soccer fields to airport property in September 2012, news that the project is going to cost $2 million more than projected has two … more
Mayor Scott Avedisian is running for re-election and he may face a contest after all. Although he held a fundraiser earlier this year, signaling that he would likely be a candidate for office, he … more
PROVIDING DETAILS: Janine Burke, executive …
Despite two colleagues saying the city already has too much debt and there are cheaper alternatives for homeowners and that most funding could be delayed, six council members gave second passage to … more
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