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While it won’t come without costing homeowners, City Council approval of $56 million in bonds to extend sewers and upgrade the wastewater treatment plant appears to have averted fines for some … more
MAKING THEIR CASE: Brandie Skorker and Amber …
The controversy surrounding the U.S. Supreme Court’s 5-to-4 decision favoring Hobby Lobby on June 30 came to Warwick on July 5. The Oklahoma-based company had challenged a provision of President … more
LOOKING TO MAKE IT BALANCE: Chief of staff Mark …
Mayor Scott Avedisian announced yesterday he has accepted the $288.8 million budget as enacted by the City Council.  Avedisian has previously vetoed the budget amendments that were made by the … more
MEETING THE PUBLIC: Following his announcement he …
Yesterday afternoon, Governor Lincoln Chafee gathered members of the press in front of the Department of Motor Vehicles in Cranston to announce that he would not seek re-election in 2014. Rather … more
Although federal legislation may put a four-year freeze on some flood insurance premiums, higher premiums – some costing as much as $32,000 a year for $250,000 of coverage – are sending … more
To the Citizens of Warwick: In a few weeks, the Long Term Facilities Planning Committee (LTFPC) will present its 5-Year Plan for our district. This plan represents the culmination of two years of … more
#1 SPORTS FAN: George Landrie, the new president …
In June 1974, George Landrie’s last day of 6th grade at Hoxsie Elementary, he decided to become a teacher. Having a rougher childhood than many, Landrie found sanctuary in school. Teachers had … more
TRAINING DAY: Twenty Hazmat team technicians from …
In yesterday’s 80-degree weather some of Warwick’s finest [firefighters] worked throughout the day at a sunny City Park. If the heat alone wasn’t enough, the Warwick Hazardous Materials … more
NOT ENTIRELY COMFORTABLE: Thomas Casey Greene, at …
Mayor Scott Avedisian came armed with photographs of the Potowomut School as he and Fire Chief Edmund Armstrong met with about 30 residents Monday night at Rocky Hill School. What residents saw … more
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