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By ETHAN HARTLEY City Council President Steve Merolla said on Monday that the Rhode Island Public Expenditures Council (RIPEC) would be, at the behest of Acting Mayor Joseph Solomon, performing analyses of all city departments to try and better assess more
To the Editor: Ken Block and Rob Cote are trying to convince Warwick taxpayers (and the entire state) that they have the answer to save money from the fire department's staffing and completely eliminate overtime on the department. While this sounds good more
By JOHN HOWELL It's been three months since city employees reporting for work discovered that a pipe had burst in the City Hall Annex, soaking records in the tax assessor's office and causing ceiling titles to crumble. Mayor Scott Avedisian acted more
By ETHAN HARTLEY If a $40 million bond for school improvements passes successfully through the Rhode Island legislature and is then voted upon favorably by the residents of Warwick, it will result in the ability to bring all 12 necessary fire alarm more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Warwick School Department will be able to go forward with their request for a bond to repair the city's schools, however they will only be eligible to receive less than half of what they originally hoped for more
By ETHAN HARTLEY There are some unintended benefits that can occur when your dog runs away and you have to run through the neighborhood to catch him, especially if you're running for school committee in the upcoming election. Talk about a good way to" more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Committee approved Wednesday by a vote of 4-1 (Karen Bachus dissenting) the Warwick School Committee approved a $171.9 million budget for the FY19, an increase of $1.2 million from the superintendent's recommended 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
Pilgrim High School has released the following honors for the second quarter: GRADE 9 HIGH HONORS: Hayley M. Alves, Michelle Antelo, Phakeo Arounerangsy, Cole R. Baptista, Cassandra Beaune, Jocelynn Bechtel, Daniel Bergeron, Tatyana M. Boiano, Julianna more
By JOHN HOWELL -- While not a survey specific to Warwick schools, Superintendent Phil Thornton is encouraged by the recently released poll by the Hassenfeld Institute for Public Leadership at Bryant University... more
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