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By JOHN HOWELL -- While the audit for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2017 is yet to be finalized, indications are the city will end the year with a surplus of about $7 million. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Before T.F. Green Airport, it was Hillsgrove and now the Rhode Island Airport Corporation is considering changing the name to Rhode Island International Airport. more
The 59th annual West Warwick St. Patrick's Day Parade held Sunday was blessed with sunny and unusually warm weather and that was a relief for many marchers who have endured rain, snow and downright intolerable conditions to keep the tradition alive The more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Department is laying the groundwork for a scenario in which they may elect to sue the City of Warwick over a perceived lack of adequate school funding. On Friday, May 18 the department officially released and more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Disagreements over technological implementation procedures of Warwick Public Schools brought a tense energy to the Warwick City Hall Council Chambers Monday night... more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Rhode Island Department of State has responded to a complaint levied by Warwick resident Rob Cote in regards to his allegation that Warwick Fire Chief McLaughlin improperly disposed of records. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Rhode Island Board of Elections has found Warwick Ward 6 City Councilwoman Donna Travis in violation of multiple rules regarding disclosing, tracking and spending campaign fund dollars. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Members of the Warwick City Council, in advance of allocating a previously promised $3 million to the Warwick School Department last Wednesday, took the opportunity to criticize the department. more
By JOHN HOWELL and ETHAN HARTLEY -- Ending more than two years of acrimony and divisive debate over what is best for the education of Warwick children, the Warwick Teachers Union approved a contract Tuesday evening. more
By JOHN HOWELL By this time next year, many of those Benny's stores that closed this year will have re-opened as restaurants, coffee shops, retail operations and, quite possibly, supermarkets and some office space. That's the plan following last week's more
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