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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
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
The investigation of a Gorton teacher who drew a penis on the arm of one female student and feces on another and how school administrators dealt with the situation is largely complete, although it … more
FAMILY AFFAIR: Michael, right, and Logan Ray, …
In front of the State House last Thursday more than 300 people held hands in solidarity for common sense gun laws at the Rhode Island Coalition Against Gun Violence’s (RICAGV) legislation … more
KELLEY
When Christine A. Kelley became a Warwick cop in 1989, she started off at the bottom just like every other probationary officer. She was assigned to the third patrol. Her beat was Oakland Beach and … more
William DePasquale, who has served as interim chief of staff since Mark Carruolo retired on June 20, 2014 and took the planning job in West Warwick, will be going back to the planning department. … more
MAKING SURE IT’S OUT: Firefighters spray the …
Five of the city’s sanitation trucks were severely damaged by fire Monday afternoon around 4:30 p.m. as they sat parked at the Department of Public Work’s City Yard on Sandy Lane. A series of … more
Police, firefighters and municipal employees who all went without a pay increase in the last three years would receive pay increases amounting to 9 percent over the next three years under agreements … more
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