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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
The School Committee’s tie vote that resulted in the elimination of the Accelerated Learning Activities Program (ALAP) from Warwick schools has left parents questioning how their advanced learning … 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
With the lowest bid running $1 million more than the $2 million projected cost, the city has elected to go back to the drafting table for a Potowomut fire station. Last week, the city rejected all … more
READY FOR A RALLY: Vets cheerleaders line the …
A group of Warwick Vets graduates, students and parents rallied in front of the school yesterday evening in hopes of keeping the school a high school. Lifelong Warwick resident Gary Costantino, … more
WATER THIS HIGH: A white line, painted on a …
The city’s tax assessor doesn’t question that the soaring cost of flood insurance will negatively impact the value of waterfront homes, but until that can be quantified, she can’t see how the … more
To the Editor: Erik Thorp recently (March 21) lamented that the Executive Climate Change Council inconsiderately wants to stop man’s depredations against the environment. He cited Bible verses … more
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