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One assessment fee for all property owners affected by new sewer construction, and a 30-year payment plan at reduced rates, is being studied by the City Council Sewer Review Advisory Commission as it … more
Warwick schools are stuck in neutral, and some fear unless action is taken soon to address declining enrollment with the consolidation of operations – especially secondary schools – millions will … more
A citizens group that regularly attends City Council meetings and has made a practice of commenting on operations of the Warwick Sewer Authority and the city’s “legacy costs” in terms of … more
SIGN OF A RACE: A volunteer crew erects an …
Mayor Scott Avedisian is in a race that’s going to come sooner than the November election. He’s taking it seriously. Avedisian for Mayor signs are sprouting on lawns and crews of volunteers … more
REALITY WALL: Winman student assistance counselor …
When Marge Johnson talks about teenage brains, she uses her hands a lot. “They’re like mush, pliable,” she said, as if she was squeezing a foam ball. It’s her way of explaining why teens … more
IN ITS NEXT LIFE: The Fair Street mansion, which …
After a generation of being the exhibit hall for the State Fair and Cattle Drive, after years of being a school house, a residential home, as a senior home and then being vacant for three years, the … more
BRINGING BACK MEMORIES: Anthony Restivo and …
Imagine the scene. You’re driving down Post Road near Ann & Hope. You can’t quite believe your eyes because there, not too far from the road, is the entrance to Rocky Point. There’s no … 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
With less than a month to the first day of school, and the last day of a teacher contract, the Warwick Teachers Union and the School Committee have entered into contract negotiations. So far, … more
An online conversation between Republican candidate for mayor Stacia Petri and Jonathan Jacobs, a writer for RIFuture.org, surfaced last Friday. The exchange occurred at almost 1 a.m. June 1 and … more
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