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By ETHAN HARTLEY The prospects of possibly building a new high school in Warwick heated up beyond hypothetical talk on Tuesday night, as the Warwick School Committee unanimously agreed to go out to bid to find a consultant that would walk the district more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The students at Holliman Elementary couldn’t believe it. Bugs Bunny was an honorary member of the United States Marine Corps? Popeye the Sailor Man used to be Popeye the Coast … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick City Council on Monday approved a resolution brought forward by Ward 8 Councilman Anthony Sinapi for a vote of no confidence in Warwick Public Schools Finance Director Anthony Ferrucci. The vote passed 5-2, with Council more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Two men walk into the Warwick Tax Collector's office in the newly re-opened Buttonwoods Community Center and start filming people as they pay their taxes. They don't answer questions from city employees inquiring what they're up to, but more
By JOHN HOWELL Bigger planes, additions to the terminal, relocated and wider taxiways and another parking garage are all part of the plan for the future of Green Airport. But longer runways and the acquisition of additional homes were not on the agenda more
By JOHN HOWELL Open cut installation of Bayside sewers, as now being suggested as a cost-saving measure by Warwick Sewer Authority member Carlo Pisaturo, may not cost any less than the directional drilling method planned to avoid disturbing sacred"" more
A new report from the Warwick School Department has revealed that school lunch debt skyrocketed following an outpouring of donations to the district after national media attention shined a spotlight … more
By JOHN HOWELL Warwick continues to lead the state in the sale of single-family home sales, albeit by a slim margin over Cranston and despite extensive news coverage in the past four months on the city's deteriorating infrastructure, condition of schools more
By ETHAN HARTLEY By the time all business had been handled and everyone who wanted a chance to speak at the podium was heard, Ward 5 City Councilman Ed Ladouceur did not get to bang his gavel to adjourn the finance committee meeting, of which he sits as more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Are the healthcare and pension benefits provided to members of the city's fire department, police department and municipal departments contributing to a cost burden that is ultimately unsustainable in Warwick in the long run, which could more
By JOHN HOWELL When one of the two 30-inch water lines feeding the city's system ruptured in December, the first concern of Warwick Police was how it would disrupt morning commuters on Route 37 and Route 95. An advisory was sent to the news media and more
Frequenters of Conimicut should have reason to rejoice, as a long-awaited plan to improve areas of the village center were approved by the Warwick City Council during their Monday night … more
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