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Yesterday, as the Long-Term Facilities Planning Committee was preparing for their third and final high school tour, Warwick School administrators felt the tours were an important step moving toward a … more
PONDERING THE POSSIBILITIES: Chief of staff Mark …
Ed Ladouceur, the Ward 5 councilman who has pushed for $56 million to extend sewers and make upgrades to the wastewater treatment plant, has changed his thinking on sewer assessments. Until a … more
A recent sunrise over what remains of the Rocky …
The state’s plan is to re-open all of Rocky Point this fall. It will be a different place than the amusement park that closed in 1995, or the overgrown site of collapsing buildings, debris piles … more
Greater revenues than projected served as the principal driver of a $3.4 million surplus for the fiscal year ending June 30, as reported Monday by Mayor Scott Avedisian. Citing the preliminary … more
SIGNATURE BUILDING: Considering a defining …
After the city believed it had been spared from the wrecking ball, the developer who acquired the Elizabeth Mill as part of the 86-acre Leviton property says preserving the icon of Warwick’s … more
NO MORE ROVING FOR COFFEE: Brewed Awakenings …
The country’s smallest state could have its largest coffee shop by next summer. At least that’s David Levesque’s plan, following Warwick City Council second passage Monday night of a zoning … more
SAFETY FIRST: The vigorous and intense 18-week …
:“Warwick is the best city to work for hands down,” several fire academy recruits said Friday. The Warwick Fire Department has 16 recruits in the 18-week training academy. On Friday, the end … more
After scores of hearings since last summer, the Council Sewer Review Commission is looking to put the ball back in the court of the Warwick Sewer Authority, yet make them answerable to the council … more
According to neighborhood reports, this is one of two pieces of equipment working on the extension of the safety area at the end of Runway 16-34 that sunk into the Buckeye Brook wetlands last week. … more
Linda Nadeau got a letter last week from the city saying she owed $42 in unpaid taxes. She was mystified. How could she owe anything in taxes when her bank holds her taxes in escrow and makes the … more
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