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Reasoning that the residents of Potowomut deserve the same level of fire protection and rescue service provided the rest of Warwick, and that a fire station could be built and operated at no … more
PONDERING THE EFFECTS: Concerned by the potential …
After 14 hearings, including one that drew a divided crowd of more than 300 on whether to expand Warwick sewers, the City Council gave first passage to $56 million in revenue bonds to upgrade the … more
It was only four years ago that residents of many cities and towns became painfully aware – when their auto tax bill arrived – of the real meaning of action at the state level to eliminate the … more
The Warwick Police Department have joined state and local law enforcement officers as well as state highway safety advocates for a Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement mobilization, now through … more
SIGHTSEEING: Principal Gerry Habershaw took the …
The Long Term Facilities Planning Committee went back to school Tuesday, roaming the halls of Warwick Veterans Memorial High School to assess the facility and determine if it should remain a high … more
OFFICIAL NAMING: Mayor Scott Avedisian has a …
Despite windy, rainy weather, City Council President Donna Travis could not contain her happiness and excitement during Friday afternoon’s ribbon cutting ceremony for the newly restored Danger … more
BUDGET TALK: Councilmen Charles Donovan Jr. and …
After nearly 24 hours of public hearings and untold hours of sifting through documents and research, the City Council, by a 6-3 vote, approved a $282 million budget that sets the residential property … more
CINDY GILMAN
Cindy Gilman knew something was wrong but just could not put her finger on it. Three weeks before Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001, when four coordinated terrorist attacks launched by Al-Qaeda upon the Twin … more
Under the cover of darkness with a police cruiser following closely, a Massachusetts company painted the red, white and blue stripe starting on Broad Street in Cranston and down Narragansett Parkway … more
DEAL ANNOUNCED: General Treasurer Gina Raimondo …
State and union officials have unveiled the parameters of a settlement that would resolve court challenges to Rhode Island’s landmark pension overhaul legislation, although the plan faces several … more
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