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By JOHN HOWELL "e;We're closed . no drop-offs,"e; came the voice from a crew outside the Salvation Army Thrift Store on Warwick Avenue Saturday morning. The crew was loading up an array of plastic bags filled with clothing that had been heaved over the fence more
John H. Cole Sr., 78 passed away peacefully on Tuesday August 11, 2020 at his home in Fayetteville, NC where he resided with his wife and daughter. John was a lifelong resident of Warwick before … more
By JOHN HOWELL Brian Silvia who served in the city finance department for the past 15 years and most recently as finance director said Friday that because of the administration's tight control of spending not only has it been able to give the city its more
The Warwick Public Library began checking out books and more on Monday with contact-less curbside pickup. Warwick Library will take requests for materials by phone or with an online form. Checkouts will start with materials from the Warwick Library more
By JOHN HOWELL It couldn't be coincidental from the perspective of Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur: Riverview residents launch an online petition for the city administration to move ahead with Bayside sewers and in the same week the Warwick Sewer more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A recent "e;small spike"e; in number of new COVID-19 cases and concerns over the spread of the virus at social gatherings will keep Rhode Island in the third phase of its reopening plan for another month, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced more
By JOHN HOWELL A month before the new coronavirus shut down the state, the Warwick Sewer Authority opened four bids to bring sewers to a collection of neighborhoods lumped under the name Bayside, seemingly signaling the start to a service to more than more
By JOHN HOWELL All Warwick students will be required to wear masks and Superintendent Philip Thornton will be given another year to run Warwick schools. Those were two expected outcomes of Wednesday night's School Committee meeting, which commenced soon more
To the Editor,  I am a registered Democrat who has lived in Warwick most of my life. Normally, I would vote for the Democratic candidate for Mayor. But I can’t, and I’d like to … more
By JOHN HOWELL At best, the administration's revenue projections for the fiscal year starting July 1 are a best guess. "e;In another six months we'll really see what the economic impact of this [CODID-19] is,"e; Michael D'Amico, financial consultant to Mayor more
Rhode Island is on course to enter the second phase of its reopening plan on June 1, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced Friday – and while a focus on “keeping your group size small and … more
To the Editor: The establishment of Providence Plantations by Roger Williams, a Calvinist preacher, was a monumental achievement in Christendom; for here the chains of ecclesiastical bondage were broken. The sword of state was sheathed in regard to more
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