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By ETHAN HARTLEY Jennifer Rourke has wanted to run for elective office for a while now, but moving to Warwick a few years ago after her husband switched jobs was finally the impetus she needed to throw her hat in the ring. As a Democrat, she will be more
By JOHN HOWELL The Department of Transportation is going to put three Warwick roads on a diet. That's right, they plan to reduce sections of four-lane highways down to three lanes in a move to improve safety. The three-lane roads will offer wider travel more
Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea has released the official 2018 How to Run for Office Guide to assist those planning to run for elected office in Rhode Island. The guide provides would-be candidates with the necessary steps, deadlines and eligibility more
By THOMAS GREENBERG -- According to Cathy Bonang in the Superintendent’s office, there has been $27,569 in total lunch debt throughout all the schools, which is up from $9,636 tallied at this time last year. more
At the Women's March RI Chapter's one-year anniversary rally, a crowd of approximately 4,000 women and men, as well as children, gathered together this past Saturday at the Rhode Island State House. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- In addition to walking along the shores of and floating amidst the salt-dense Dead Sea, Mayor Scott Avedisian took home to Warwick some promising business opportunities from his trip to Israel... more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A dispute between Narragansett Improvement Co. and the City of Warwick is headed towards possible litigation after the Warwick City Council Finance Committee recommended unfavorable action on allotting the Department of Public Works more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Committee approved the potential layoffs of 72 teachers, 37 of whom are currently at the elementary level, during their meeting on Tuesday night. Karen Bachus was the lone vote against the measure. The notices were more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A computer glitch which sometimes causes computer systems used by police officers in the field to freeze up and require a restart do not pose a threat to their safety, according to the Warwick Police Department. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Most people don't rush to pay taxes before they are due. But that's what some Warwick taxpayers were doing in the waning days of 2017. more
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