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By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Warwick schools will no longer budget for a communications consultant as of the newest recommended budget put forth for FY19 by Superintendent Philip Thornton, which was just one move among many released last week. more
The following Toll Gate students achieved honors for the 2nd quarter: Grade 9 High Honors: Christine Adeyefa, Livia Adler-Maranhao, Ella Grace Allen, David Barry, Sophia Boutin, Logan Brown, Felicity Butts, Daniel Carvalho, Inell Chase, Cassandra more
By JOHN HOWELL After a one-year hiatus, Iggy's Doughboy Dash to raise funds to fight Ataxia-telangiectasia (A-T) returned to Oakland Beach Sunday with more than 350 people running and walking the 5K. While once a requirement to qualify, many paused at more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Supporters of Mentor Rhode Island drew television crews and took to the podium during Tuesday night's meeting of the Warwick School Committee to reiterate their concern and disappointment at the current state of the FY 2019 school budget more
By JOHN HOWELL Ward 6 Councilwoman Donna Travis, who spearheaded efforts to restore fees at the city's three beaches, is disappointed with Acting Mayor Joseph Solomon's action to suspend the fees for the upcoming season. Travis believes the fees, more
By JOHN HOWELL The Warwick Fire Department relied on only one loaned engine to fully staff the city's nine stations Monday, although that could change at any moment, warned acting chief Marcel Fontenault. Over the last month, the department has depended more
Gary Bimonte, the grandson of Frank Pepe, manned the floor of the family-owned chain restaurant's new Warwick location on Friday as they handed out free pizza to anyone who came by. He said that this is the 10th location for Frank Pepe's, a well-known more
Republican City Committee Chairman Richard Cascella is holding an open house Tuesday at his business, the Coffee Grinder in the Governor Francis Shopping Plaza, and he's inviting everyone, regardless of party affiliation, including Democratic and more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Nathan Cornell took his first shot at earning a seat onto the Warwick School Committee during the 2016 election, the same year he graduated from Toll Gate High School. He's throwing his hat in the ring once again. more
In the midst of a budgetary crisis for the schools, Mayor Joseph Solomon announced today he would allocate an additional $1.75 million to help address some fiscal concerns. more
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