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June 21 not only marks the first day of summer but Mayor Frank Picozzi's birthday. This year the Mayor is turning 63. He planed on celebrating with his family Tuesday with Chinese food and his … more
When Mayor Frank Picozzi was asked to read to Wyman School students he brought along his own book “Where did all the R’s Go” that makes fun of who Rhode Islanders drop Rs when … more
By ALEX MALM Prior to releasing his budget, Mayor Frank Picozzi said he was prepared to increase the school allocation, but not give them the additional $5 million the School Committee was asking … more
By ALEX MALM When Mayor Frank Picozzi was sworn in on the front steps of City Hall in January of 2021 he had a vision of what the old annex space could be used for just a couple of hundred feet … more
By ALEX MALM Although no one has come forward with intentions to run against Mayor Frank Picozzi, it isn’t stopping the independent mayor from raising funds. During a $125 a ticket … more
By ALEX MALM Cranston and Providence are among municipalities where the council has the power of  “advice and consent” for Mayoral appointments of directors and department … more
By ALEX MALM Steve Gothberg, school  Director of Construction and Capital Projects said Tuesday he is confident RIDE will approve the city’s application to build two new Warwick high … more
By ALEX MALM Mayor Frank Picozzi will seek a second term he announced in a Facebook post on Tuesday morning. “Because so many people have been asking - today I’m announcing my … more
After earmarking  $7 million of the Warwick’s American Rescue Act funds to the Warwick Sewer Authority for infrastructure particularly for the Bayside Sewer Project,  $3 million set … more
While he may not have as much of a war chest as past mayors, or have as much as Cranston Mayor Ken Hopkins, Mayor Frank Picozzi has increased his campaign account from $7,798.75 to  $26,327.80 … more
By JOHN HOWELL Everything was ready. The robo calls alerting residents of the storm, the parking ban and that Friday trash and recycling collections were still planned had been made. Plow vendors were on standby and city crews knew what to do. School more
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