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Following a Tuesday briefing for city and town officials, local mayors remained sharply critical of a proposed settlement in the legal challenge to the state’s pension overhaul and the manner in … more
Sunrise at Rocky Point on the first weekend of …
So as to provide a broad view of park development across the country, the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) – with the assistance of the Rocky Point Foundation – will present the first in a … more
WILL IT PREVENT ACCIDENTS? The family of the late …
About six months after returning home from a nine-month tour of Afghanistan, Specialist Joel Constantineau of the Army National Guard was struck and killed by a motorist on Main Avenue while riding … more
Since the decision to eliminate Warwick Schools’ Accelerated Learning Activities Program (ALAP) was made in late July, many parents have questioned reports the School Department saved $325,000 by … more
After four days of hearings, the City Council has shifted funds from numerous accounts in Mayor Scott Avedisian’s $288.8 million budget to provide an additional $1 million to road repaving and … more
TOM KUTCHER
The numbers tell the story and it isn’t pretty. Collectively, there have been more Warwick beach closures this summer than in any other municipality. Between Oakland Beach, Conimicut, City … more
EMPTY BOTTLE: Diane Higgins holds up an empty …
What’s in a bottle of water? Ward 4 Councilman Joseph Solomon sees more than water. For him, the seven cases of bottled water, which is all part of a $4,000 bid to provide food for the … more
SCORE: Mark Carruolo delights in a “My Hero …
Mark Carruolo started working for the city as a draftsman in 1984 in the Department of Public Works (DPW), when he was fresh out of URI, and ended up as one of the architects of how the city has … more
DEMONSTRATION: Dozens of fast-food workers, …
Joining a nationwide campaign, local fast-food workers took part in a demonstration at the Wendy’s Restaurant location on Warwick Avenue in Warwick last Thursday to call for a $15 hourly wage and … more
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved $6,094,017 to pay for relocating recreational ball fields at Winslow Park to a new area near T.F. Green Airport and to continue work on … more
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