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He has done it again. In the face of a challenger who launched his campaign two years ago and stuck to a message that it was time for a change and an end to 16 years of tax increases, Scott Avedisian won every district in every ward in more
Moving a cemetery may sound like the plotline for a horror movie, but thanks to a dedicated five-year project that’s nearing completion, a local historic cemetery now has two homes.  Warwick … more
There's going to be changes in City Hall and at the State House in the wake of Tuesday's primary elections. And while the November election is the deciding factor, two of the 26 candidates on the city ballot won't face a contest. As of more
By JOHN HOWELL The Warwick Firefighters Union is contesting the Tier II pension plan implemented in 2012 to reduce pension costs and improve the city’s ability to pay pension obligations going … more
An amended capital improvement bond request of $85.8 million was approved by the School Committee at Tuesday and now must gain the approval the City Council, State Department of Education and General … more
There's no going back. The die was cast at least a decade ago, when after public hearings where roundabouts were touted as the wave of the future, they were adopted as the solution to Apponaug traffic. It all made perfect sense. Instead of coming to a more
Students protest More than 100 Pilgrim and Toll Gate students picketed the School Administration yesterday to voice concerns over the School Committee's decision not to endorse the City Council's request for an independent third-party investigation of more
The School Committee voted Tuesday to move forward with the recommendation to close two schools and re-purpose two others for the 2018-2019 academic year, but with a change. Though the consolidation committee had also recommended putting off more
Warwick officials got to experience what firefighters go through during a morning session at the fire training facility at Station 8 Friday. The exercise included entering a room where pallets of straw were burning on the ceiling with more
Maybe it's because this has been such a great summer, or that it doesn't seem possible that Aug. 31, the first day of school, is less than three weeks away, or that Warwick has fewer school-aged children than what the forecasters more
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