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THE CITY IS GOING TO TEAR IT DOWN: After years of …
A single strategy, such as increasing fines to $1,000 a day, may not answer all of the problems the city encounters with abandoned and foreclosed homes. But while an ad hoc committee studying the … more
ONCE UPON A TIME: Richard Crenca with a …
Richard J. Crenca might have wished for warmer weather and less snow, but not necessarily for the same reasons as most Warwick residents. The city’s principal planner and liaison with the DOT on … more
Legislation that would move certain sex offenders a further 700 feet away from schools has passed both chambers of the General Assembly. The measure now heads to the governor’s office. The House … more
State Representative Joseph M. McNamara, chair of the Rhode Island Democratic Party, announced Tuesday the move of the state’s party offices to an office park in Warwick as part of its effort to … more
The public will get to hear candidates for superintendent of Warwick Schools at a meeting of the Warwick School Committee tentatively planned for April 28 at Toll Gate High School. Committee chair … more
HOW DOES THIS SOUND?: Rebecca Pazienza Bromberg …
By TIM FORSBERG In an effort to keep neighbors updated on the T.F. Green Airport Improvement Program and possible impacts the development plans may have on residents, the Rhode Island Airport … more
EXPLORING THE OPTIONS: Former Governor Lincoln …
A day after his surprise announcement he is weighing a run for president, Lincoln Chafee said the genesis of this next step in his life came during a drive to Maine with his wife Stephanie in the … more
Market performance at nearly twice projections pushed the combined value of the city’s pension plans to more than $402 million for the first time and reduced the level of unfunded plans, according … more
The Warwick School Committee won’t name a new superintendent this week. That much appears certain following the announcement of committee chair Jennifer Ahearn last week that the post of … more
PREPARATIONS: T.J. Manco holds a plow blade in …
Remember the Blizzard of 1978? Well, this time the city, and for that matter the state, is ready. And it won’t just be know as a blizzard. This storm has a name, Juno. “This is … more
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