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Room for rooms As soon as March, the Warwick Public Library is expected to have two additional glass meeting rooms capable of accommodating at least 25 people each and with large screens that can be used for presentations. Made possible with an $83,340 more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick City Council voted Monday night to deny a budgetary request from the Warwick Fire Department seeking $120,000 for unspecified medical evaluations with the reasoning that the city has been paying for the evaluations more
The Narragansett Council, Boy Scouts of America awarded seven leaders from the community with its Silver Beaver award and Mike Montecalvo from WPRI 12/Fox Providence with its North Star award at the 2019 Council Meeting and Recognition Dinner at Venus de more
John “Jack” Fay was a “man of habit,” according to Warwick Detective Capt. Joseph Hopkins. A 66-year-old father, retired postal worker and Vietnam veteran, Fay’s routine included jogging … more
DUI On the evening of Jan. 30, Officer Brian J. Holleran reports responding to the area of Bald Hill and Toll Gate roads for a report of a drunken driving incident in progress. Dispatch indicated that according to security personnel at Kent Hospital, a more
NOTICE: For your convenience, you can e-mail your bulletin board notices to briang@rhodybeat.com as well as mail to 1944 Warwick Ave., Warwick, RI 02889, or fax to 732-3110. Tri-City Elks Country line dancing continues from 7-9 p.m. Monday evenings with more
By ETHAN HARTLEY In an attempt to reach a resolution outside of a court room - and wary of time restraints concerning capital construction reimbursements for projects scheduled for this summer - the Warwick School Committee voted Tuesday night to more
By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Joseph Solomon is reshaping city government, making board and commission appointments and, in the case of the Warwick Sewer Authority, bringing back a former councilman to the surprise of some. With little notice, Solomon dismissed more
A record Tuesday's weather with temperatures reaching a record 64 degrees qualified as a beach day although no one ventured into the water at Conimicut Point. John Wells was happy to shed his coat and enjoy the sun. For a view of the point just a short more
By ETHAN HARTLEY An ordinance amendment intended to prevent people from inadvertently (or even purposefully) feeding rats through other forms of wild animal feedings and contributing to quality of life issues within the city has stalled once again after more
WPRI political and economic reporter Ted Nesi may be one of the best known names in televised news in Rhode Island, but he’s very worried about the future of state and local journalism. … more
By PAM SCHIFF Getting a group of women together on any given Sunday is a chore. Doing so on Super Bowl Sunday is yeoman's work. On Feb. 3 at Phyllis Siperstein Tamarisk Assisted Living in Warwick, more than 50 women came together to celebrate the more
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