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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
If the mayor and the City Council were to fund the budget requests of every department for the upcoming fiscal year starting July 1, including the request of the School Committee, taxpayers would … more
While the Long Term Facilities Planning Committee did include the three top administrators in Warwick Schools, it also included a number of parents who all voted the same, for Warwick Veterans … more
JUST A SHORT HOP: The Tidewater Drive bridge …
Riverview and the Bayside sections of the city will lose one of two major accesses starting Monday when the Mill Creek Bridge on Tidewater Drive is closed for an estimated nine months. The existing … more
It was only four years ago that residents of many cities and towns became painfully aware – when their auto tax bill arrived – of the real meaning of action at the state level to eliminate the … more
HOW IT IS GOING TO WORK: Elementary school …
When students return to classes tomorrow, they’ll hear how they’ll be tested on Chromebook laptop computers, rather than on paper, as the district phases out the NECAP tests and transitions to … more
READY FOR THE QUESTIONS: Mayor Scott Avedisian …
Taxes, the city’s pension liabilities, school consolidation, the future of Rocky Point and the relationship between the community and T.F. Green Airport were among the topics raised as Republican … more
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