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By JOHN HOWELL Warwick Democrats were congratulated for holding the line on city tax increases and told they can't wait until 2020 if they're going to make changes in Washington by Governor Gina Raimondo Wednesday night. Raimondo was the guest speaker at more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Within three hours, 900 signatures on six petitions to help animals throughout Rhode Island were collected at Pet Supplies Plus in Garden City on Jan. 6 by Dennis Tabella, Director of Defenders of Animals and several volunteers. more
By JOHN HOWELL Joseph Gallucci is far more than a Warwick councilman. He's an institution. He has served the community in many roles. He is a board member of the Kent County Water Authority and, between terms on the City Council, he served as the clerk more
By JOHN HOWELL -- While the School Committee has approved an $85 million bond request to upgrade the city's aging schools, Warwick taxpayers might have to foot less than they think. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A portrait of now former Mayor Scott Avedisian peaked over the real Avedisian's shoulder in a propped-up position against the wall of what has been his office for the past 18 and a half years. It watched with a silent smirk as he read more
Stepping up With the help of volunteers from the junior class, the Toll Gate senior class have painted the steps between the high school and Warwick Area Career and Technical Center to read TG Pride." The project was completed on May 31. (Warwick Beacon" more
First the first time in many years, Boy and Girl Scouts, dance studios, high school bands, Veterans of Foreign Wars, members of the National Guard and local officials won't be marching down West Shore Road to observe Memorial Day this coming Monday. The more
By JOHN HOWELL There are already questions about former Mayor Scott Avedisian's proposed $310.6 million budget, but it appears there will be a limited number of people to answer them when the City Council begins the budget review Tuesday starting at 5 more
By JOHN HOWELL -- In response to neighborhood outrage, the Warwick Sewer Authority has abandoned its planned use of city land that was apparently cleared of trees without WSA approval... more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Discussions about how to keep schools safer amidst an environment of increasing anxiety over gun violence within the United States stretched from a small gathering of students, administrators and police officers at Pilgrim High School on more
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