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By JOHN HOWELL Although overtime costs for the Warwick Fire Department continue to run ahead of budget for the current fiscal year, Chief James McLaughlin reported Monday a dramatic decline in overtime hours since 24 recruits officially joined the force more
Dear Citizens of Ward 6 in Warwick: In case you haven't noticed, it's election time! Since this is probably the craziest presidential election year any of us can remember, I wouldn't be surprised if the local election in Ward 6 is not at the top of your more
Following a hiatus during which Mayor Scott Avedisian worked to bring the sides back to the bargaining table, the Warwick School Committee and the Warwick Teachers Union have agreed to resume mediation talks on Jan. 5. It's not like the more
The City Council Chambers were slightly heated on Friday night as a longtime incumbent and a new challenger fought for the hearts of Warwick voters. The Warwick Beacon hosted a debate between Mayor Scott Avedisian, the city's leader for 16 more
By JOHN HOWELL The former Elaine Yates was back in Warwick Wednesday to face a charge from Oct. 14, 1988 that she had abducted her two daughters. Yates' apprehension in Texas on Monday was a long awaited break for Russell Yates, who for more than three more
By TESSA ROY After President Donald Trump rolled back Obama-era protections for transgender students that allowed them to use restrooms that fit their gender identity in favor of making the issue … more
By JOHN HOWELL Community College of Rhode Island President Meghan Hughes told members of the college foundation Friday that the institution has the capacity to accommodate an influx of students should legislators approve Gov. Gina Raimondo's plan to give more
Most people know oysters can make a delicious meal. But they carry purpose beyond getting put on a plate; these little sea creatures will bring huge environmental benefits to a Warwick beach area that experienced closures last year. On more
After being announced this weekend, Governor Gina Raimondo spent the week continuing to promote her free tuition proposal, Rhode Island's Promise, at Monday's Martin Luther King Breakfast, Tuesday's State of the State address and Wednesday's more
By JOHN HOWELL Although there is no mention of panhandling in its four paragraphs, the ACLU Rhode Island has voiced strong opposition" to city legislation that would prevent people from walking or standing in the street or median where sidewalks are" more
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