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Republican candidate for mayor Sue Stenhouse told members of the Warwick Rotary Club Thursday there is more than one people mover in the city. With a picture of her standing on the Green Airport … more
Former governor Philip Noel still has the touch when he’s given the floor to “say a few words.” He did it again Wednesday night at Harbor Lights, where he co-hosted with Ward 5 Councilman Ed … more
By JOHN HOWELL Abbey is a short street in Ward 1, a walk of less than 10 minutes from end to end, but after an hour Saturday afternoon Ward 1 Councilman Richard Corley hadn't even knocked on the doors of all the even numbered homes. It's not that he met more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Warwick City Council President Steve Merolla and Acting Fire Chief Marcel Fontenault confirmed Wednesday that the Providence accounting firm Yarlas, Kaplan, Santilli, Moran (YKSM) has already begun and is the midst of conducting an more
By JOHN HOWELL Portraying herself as a builder and problem solver, Sue Stehouse launched her campaign Tuesday to become Warwick's first female mayor at a fundraiser attended by about 50 people, including former Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian. The people" more
By JOHN HOWELL Conimicut Lighthouse is at the center of the first substantive exchange between Warwick's candidates for mayor. Citing that Mayor Joseph Solomon was named to head the Conimicut Lighthouse Foundation 14 years ago, Republican Sue Stenhouse more
By JOHN HOWELL Former mayor Scott Avedisian, who has been politically silent since assuming the role of president and CEO of the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) this spring, made an appearance at Shalom apartments Friday as Republican more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Those dejected over the closing of the Buttonwoods Community Center may have reason to rejoice sooner than they may believe, as top city officials are putting a high priority on reopening at least a portion of the building for use again more
By JOHN HOWELL Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur has earned a reputation as a numbers man. On Wednesday he employed that same attention he applies to city claims and the award of contracts and bids to data he was provided by Rhode Island Kids Count. But more
By PEDER SCHAEFER The only thing holding back Jennifer Rourke is her shoes. They're falling apart at the seams, a testament to a long summer of walking city streets, meeting neighbors, getting signatures, putting in signs, and the million and one other more
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