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READY TO PLAN: More than 350 people gathered at …
No idea is too small, too big or too crazy. That’s what Mike Dowhan said at the start of a public hearing Tuesday at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet to solicit ideas on the future of Rocky Point. And … more
COVE VIEW: If built, the proposed 127-room hotel …
Warwick has 39 miles of shoreline and more than 2,100 hotel rooms, but until now no one has put the two together. Joseph Pisaturo wants to change that and, if he gains state and city approvals, he … 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
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
In response to questions about the slaying of John “Jack” Fay Jr. in City Park and to neighborhood concerns over safety, Warwick Police will conduct a meeting Wednesday, June 12 at 6:30 p.m. in … 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
WARNING: These signs serve as the warning to the …
“You got to do something down there,” said Fred Cavanaugh of Conimicut Point. Cavanaugh’s suggestions include blowing a hole in the sand bar to create a waterway that would be too wide and … more
FUTURE APARTMENTS: The Fair Street house awaits a …
Driving down Fair Street in Pawtuxet, it is easy to see the property at 69 Fair St. is run down. In fact, the home once known as Fair Mansion is in a condition that makes it uninhabitable, but House … more
JUST IN CASE: Chris Polak Jr., a laborer with …
Warwick and Kent County water customers are being asked to help pay to replace about 550 miles of rusted cast iron water mains at a cost of half a billon dollars that serve Providence Water Supply … more
With new laws affecting education, the Warwick School Department is prepared to address changes in safety, curriculum and even scheduling. A number of new safety laws were established to require … more
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