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By JOHN HOWELL Will next fall's sixth graders return to their elementary schools, or will they become the first class to be folded into new middle schools at Vets and Winman? The plan is for the two junior high schools, now comprised of 7th and 8th more
By JOHN HOWELL It isn't a pretty picture. According to an actuarial study of retiree health care benefits, the city faces an unfunded liability of $290.7 million this year. That figure contained in reports prepared by Jefferson Solutions had a chilling more
By JOHN HOWELL Senator Sheldon Whitehouse planned on visiting the Warwick Public Library Saturday morning to field constituent questions ranging from issues over obtaining a visa to dealing with Medicare coverage. He and other members of the more
By JOHN HOWELL The governor's office took to the road last week to promote her plan to provide car tax relief starting next year and to underscore elimination of the tax, as House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello's proposes, can't be sustained. But the more
The School Committee's $85 million proposal to upgrade the city's aging schools starting as soon as next year was sidetracked Monday as the City Council demanded additional information, including options for the construction of a new high more
By JOHN HOWELL Following a statewide trend, Warwick single-family home sales, totaling 1,303, led the state for 2016 according to a report released Wednesday by the Rhode Island Association of Realtors. Single-family home sales in the city were more than more
By JOHN HOWELL City department directors can expect to hear the same message they got last year when it comes to putting their budgets together for the upcoming fiscal year - hold down costs. City Finance Director Ernest Zmyslinski said the budget more
The former Lockwood Junior High School is one example of what Aldrich Junior High School could become, says principal planner Richard Crenca. With the construction of Winman Junior High in the 1970s, Lockwood was closed. It sat empty for more
By JOHN HOWELL The Department of Health protocol requiring emergency response personnel to conduct 30 minutes of onsite CPR on those whose who have ceased breathing because of a heart attack has the director of Kent Hospital concerned - Warwick Mayor more
If he had it all to do over again, Superintendent Philip Thornton would still inform parents of a potential sickout by teachers and school closure as he did last Wednesday. Warwick Teachers Union President Darlene Netcoh labeled the sickout a rumor" and" more
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