October 25, 2014
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The City Council will hold public hearings in City Council Chambers, 3275 Post Road, relative to the mayor’s proposed $288.8 million budget, which calls for a 23-cent increase in the residential … more
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
The bill – S 2286, submitted by state Sen. Harold Metts, D-Providence – would require that prisoners be considered as residents of their most recent home address. Cranston counts residents of the Adult Correctional Institution as residents of Ward 6, which the ACLU has characterized as “prison-based gerrymandering.” 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
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