October 31, 2014
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That’s what Aldrich librarian Sandra Savella, right, had to say Tuesday as she provided orientation for Christine Murphy, who started Monday as the librarian at Gorton. Savella was one of those … more
Some Warwick employees may not take the $1,000 bonuses included in the mayor’s budget after all, because they apparently believe they can do better. According to reports, Warwick Firefighters … more
BIG CHUNKS: The concrete foundation to an …
Cleanup operations at Rocky Point suffered a setback Tuesday when most of the heavy equipment used to do the job was silenced by the work of vandals. Windows were smashed on 15 pieces of … more
SICILIANO
As a city planner for the city of Woonsocket, Jennifer Siciliano believes she brings a unique perspective as a Democratic candidate for District 22 House Representative. Siciliano faces Joseph … more
MCCARTNEY
Warwick Police Chief Steven McCartney said at 9:45 this morning that Warwick, Cranston and Johnston detectives were meeting at this time and that he expected a briefing later in the day. He said that … more
Getting Set: A Cardi crew marks utilities in …
Work on the Apponaug Circulator has been in progress for years. Buildings and trees have come down. The course of a new road connecting Veterans Memorial Drive to the intersection of Centerville and … more
The driver of a suspicious vehicle that was seen on Oakland Beach Avenue around 12:45 p.m. on Monday took off when a Warwick Police officer attempted to pull him over. Col. Stephen McCartney said … more
BACK AGAIN: Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur …
It may be a custom in these parts for authorities to turn a blind eye to the Fourth of July tradition of setting shoreline bonfires; and with 39 miles of coastline, Warwick usually glows on the … more
Even though the sides haven’t met, or scheduled meetings, Superintendent Richard D’Agostino is confident Warwick Schools and the Warwick Teachers Union can reach a contract agreement by the time … more
There’s a lot at stake next Tuesday. That’s easy to conclude from the television ads and the direct mailers from just about every statewide candidate facing a primary. But while the “big … more
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