September 4, 2015
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LANDLORD DISPUTE: Alisa Paykos-Theurer, the owner …
For just over two years Bow chika Wow Town has served not only the dog community of Warwick but dog owners from across the state. Now their business may just be in jeopardy and they are turning … more
To the Editor: We the citizens of Warwick would like to thank Mayor Avedisian and the Warwick city council for giving us all a 3 percent tax increase on real estate. This is on top of a similar … more
COSTING LESS TO BUILD: Mayor Scott Avedisian …
Building permits for projects costing $250,000 and more will cost about 20 percent less than they currently do under a new fee schedule worked out by the mayor and the Rhode Island Builders … more
A CHORUS FOR PASSAGE OF THE HIGHWAY TRUST FUND: …
In front of a mountain of reclaimed asphalt and a fleet of idled cement trucks, U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse yesterday called on Senate Finance Committee Republicans to approve funding for the … more
Across the state, Rhode Islanders are talking about a number of important initiatives that could add jobs and grow our local economy. How can we leverage our existing assets to make Rhode Island a … more
To the Editor: I wanted to comment on the wonderful article by Kelcy Dolan in the July 23 Beacon concerning the Confederate flag and which included an interview with Henry Brown, a Warwick … more
JULIA CHILICKI-BEASLEY
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Rhode Island (BCBSRI) customers could see some serious increases in their premium in 2016 if the Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner (OHIC) grants Rhode … more
To the Editor: Do Warwick Beacon readers have any idea of what is happening the Middle East? Have you heard one peep from Congressman Langevin or Senators Reed and Whitehouse on the Middle East … more
KEN BLOCK
Ken Block is a numbers man, and he’s been in politics long enough to know the numbers can say different things depending on how they are interpreted. That’s why he’s not surprised by some of … more
STILL BURIED: Portions of the sidewalk on Sandy …
Many sidewalks are still obscured by mounds of snow, even though city ordinances require abutting property owners to shovel them or face a $100 fine. And this evening, City Municipal Court Judge … more
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