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By JOHN HOWELL After more than four hours of deliberation Saturday, the City Council unanimously voted to cut $5 million from Mayor Scott Avedisian's proposed $310.4 million budget and for the first time in at least 18 years hold the line on taxes. This" more
By JOHN HOWELL -- When Chris Mirmirani heard Friday that Benny's would be closing all of their stores by the end of the year, he knew where he wanted to be Saturday morning. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- In the race to grow airline service and passengers, the Rhode Island Commerce Corporation and the Rhode Island Airport Corporation announced last week four airline carriers would be awarded a total of $3.375 million to promote 16 new routes. more
This year’s graduating class at Toll Gate High School achieved many things, both inside and outside of the classroom. “I feel strongly that the Class of 2017 has the gifts and tools to move … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- School administrators are hopeful that securing an $85 million bond to address some of the district's most glaring needs is more likely now that the statewide report by Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. has been released. more
The release of the long-awaited Jacobs Report, an independent third party study of the condition of every school district in Rhode Island sanctioned by the Department of Education, confirmed what everyone already knew - the state's schools are in sorry more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A source reported that the Warwick Teachers' Union was gearing up for a possible "sick-out" in lieu of going on an all-out strike, but ultimately chose not to go that route. more
Toll Gate High School has posted honors for the third quarter. The following students earned honors: Grade 9 High Honors: Lhord Aguilar, Rawan AlTekreeti, Diana Alarcon, Elijah Alcantara, Natalie Aloisio, Sophie Amore, Antonia Andreason, Brett Babcock, more
To the Editor: When Warwick needs more money to fund the city budget they can do one of two things. They can raise taxes on the 80,000 citizens that live here or they can increase total-tax-revenue (TTR) without raising taxes-to-taxpayers (TTT). Here are more
By JOHN HOWELL -- The city's get-tough stance on delinquent water and sewer service invoices has produced a flurry of payments, and also raising the ire of some residents. more
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