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By ETHAN HARTLEY Warwick schools open for the 2019/20 school year this Thursday for K-6 and ninth grade students, with all students beginning on Friday. It will mark the end of a drama-filled summer that was rife with uncertainty regarding whether or not more
By JOHN HOWELL Faced with one of the more complicated and costly projects of its history - construction of Bayside sewers - and a deteriorating infrastructure with the threat of additional pipe collapses like that which closed Sandy Lane for months, the more
By JOHN HOWELL Rick Corrente has a red nose. Actually, he has 560 of them, and next Monday, Labor Day, he hopes the noses will have helped him raise thousands to build a free hospital, the dream of Dr. Hunter Patch" Adams. A mortgage broker and former" more
By JOHN HOWELL While Mayor Joseph Solomon would love to find buyers for the former Aldrich Junior High School, John Wickes Elementary School and the shuttered former school administration offices on Warwick Avenue, he has no plans of parting with Randall more
Citing sentiment from constituents and a belief that Congress is being “stymied” by the administration, U.S. Rep. James Langevin on Wednesday announced his support for an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. more
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The state Department of Health, thanks in large part to the continued advocacy from a Warwick family, is going forward with the development of a series of protocols that would standardize how to be aware of, diagnose and treat sepsis. more
After more than two decades of talking about Bayside sewers and promises they would be built, the Warwick Sewer Authority took the next step Tuesday to put construction on track to start by early next summer. more
It has been estimated including 44 firefighters in the richer of the two pension plans could cost taxpayers an additional $2.6 million. more
If the administration can't make headway in curbing the cost of pensions and health care costs for retirees through negotiations, then City Council President Steve Merolla said he's ready to step in and do it by ordinance. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Committee recently approved a proposal from the School Building Committee that will, eventually, seek nearly $80 million in a second school construction bond first from the Warwick City Council and then, if all goes to more
By JOHN HOWELL William Quirk is a political realist. So, as a Lincoln Chafee appointee to the Warwick Housing Authority 25 years ago, he figured his days as a housing commissioner were numbered when Joseph Solomon, a Democrat, was elected mayor last more
By JOHN HOWELL Carlo Pisaturo, a former City Council member and recently appointed member of the Warwick Sewer Authority, said last week he intended no disrespect to Native Americans when commenting on repeated delays of Bayside sewers that have been more
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