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By ETHAN HARTLEY With much change occurring over the course of the past few months, an overview of where the school budget currently stands has become important to clarify. As of today's paper, the schools are staring at a $4.9 million deficit for their more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The administrators of the Warwick School Department and the members of the Warwick School Committee adjourned their meeting at Warwick Veterans Middle School on Tuesday evening without a balanced budget for FY19. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Is Warwick poised to be the next hot tourist destination for people from all over New England? more
By JOHN HOWELL With their campaigns coming down to today's vote, candidates for mayor spent the weekend making final adjustments to cover the polls and attending events such as the Pilgrim football game that was played Sunday and Saturday's candidates more
Candidates vying for seats in districts representing Warwick, even if they face no challenger this Tuesday, answered questions posed by the Beacon. Read the full list here. more
By JOHN HOWELL Having reached an impasse in negotiations in the spring, the city and Warwick Firefighters IAFF Local 2748 are headed to interest arbitration next month, City Solicitor Peter Ruggiero said yesterday. Ruggiero held out little hope for a more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Supporters of Mentor Rhode Island drew television crews and took to the podium during Tuesday night's meeting of the Warwick School Committee to reiterate their concern and disappointment at the current state of the FY 2019 school budget more
Thanks to Warwick Public Schools and students/faculty from Pilgrim High School, we have a high-quality forum with school committee candidates to help inform you ahead of this election... more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Only two weeks remain in the campaign for mayor of Warwick, with Republican Sue Stenhouse challenging Mayor Joseph Solomon, who assumed the office in May following the departure of 18-year mayor Scott Avedisian. At a debate organized by more
Republican City Committee Chairman Richard Cascella is holding an open house Tuesday at his business, the Coffee Grinder in the Governor Francis Shopping Plaza, and he's inviting everyone, regardless of party affiliation, including Democratic and more
In the midst of a budgetary crisis for the schools, Mayor Joseph Solomon announced today he would allocate an additional $1.75 million to help address some fiscal concerns. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The cleanliness of schools is an ongoing issue of importance to parents, students, teachers and administrators alike as the continuing budget impasse between the Warwick School Department and Warwick City Council lingers on now almost more
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