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By JOHN HOWELL -- More than a decade ago Brother Thomas Leto, then principal of Bishop Hendricken High School, started an inter-student program that brought together those with disabilities to those without them. The results have been amazing. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Saying that the investment of $16,000 will more than pay for itself in savings to the taxpayers, Acting Mayor Joseph J. Solomon announced Tuesday that he has engaged the services of the Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council... more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Steve Merolla has been involved in crafting city budgets for 20 years now. So when he said that the FY19 budget was going to be the most difficult yet, it resonated... more
By THERESA BROWN -- Saying goodbye to years of memories, history and teachers deserves a celebration to be remembered for years to come, which is what they're planning for Warwick schools set to close... more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Tomorrow former Mayor Scott Avedisian will start his new job as CEO of the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority. Before he does, he's made plans assist Warwick nonprofits he worked with for many years. more
Memorial Day was observed Friday at Holliman School in a ceremony that included the posting of the colors by the Warwick Fire Department Honor Guard... more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Not since the days of the Rocky Point Palladium and former mayors Joe Walsh and Frank Flaherty has there been a turnout for a Warwick Democratic mayoral candidate like there was Thursday for Acting Mayor Joseph Solomon... more
By PEDER SCHAEFER -- Caoizzo, Republican candidate for the District 24 Warwick House seat held by Evan Shanley, is calling for the passage of legislation that would increase PILOT payments from T.F. Green. more
By THERESA BROWN -- On Friday, March 25, Senator Jack Reed honored Frank Amalfetano, a 93-year-old Warwick resident with five medals for his service during World War II. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Recently released data from the United States Census Bureau shows Warwick is officially no longer the second most populous city in Rhode Island, being officially surpassed by Cranston. more
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