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By JOHN HOWELL Chief of staff David Picozzi is outraged; Mayor Scott Avedisian demands a correction and Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladsouceur, who caused the uproar when he charged the administration of ignoring the long-term impact of retiree health costs, more
By JOHN HOWELL & ETHAN HARTLEY -- Despite a tumultuous summer that has yet to result in a new contract for teachers, it has been reported that the first day of school for public school students in Warwick will go on as planned today and tomorrow. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The free ride at Warwick’s public beaches will be over next summer, as the Warwick City Council voted unanimously Monday night to reinstate fees to park at Oakland Beach, Conimicut and City Park. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The fate of whether or not municipal employees and teachers will have their contracts extended indefinitely until they reach terms for a new contract now lies solely in the hands of Governor Gina Raimondo, as the bill that originated in more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Committee is ready to agree on a new mediated contract, which would end over two years of bitter disputes between the school administration and the Warwick Teachers' Union (WTU). However, the union maintained on more
Yesterday the city shut off water service to 40 customers – the first of 900 – who have not responded to numerous letters that they have failed to pay their bill, which in some cases goes back 12 … more
By JOHN HOWELL -- It's almost ready after more than a decade of various proposals, public hearings and even a lawsuit initiated by the City Council. On Monday sometime around 10 p.m., the new runway extension at T.F. Green will be officially unveiled. more
By JOHN HOWELL For the first time in decades, the Warwick Teachers Union targeted City Hall and the mayor to demonstrate their frustration in failing to reach a contract and what they consider the department's waste of money pursuing arbitration and more
By TESSA ROY Though Saturday was met with a few raindrops, the spirits of several hundred supporters of President Donald Trump were not dampened. They took to the streets of Providence with flags and signs, marching up to the State House steps to declare more
By JOHN HOWELL Where's there's smoke, there's fire. Fortunately, there wasn't any smoke at Norwood and Holliman Schools last week, but there was a lot of heat and fiery rebukes over how the school administration downplayed the failure of the fire alarm more
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