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By JOHN HOWELL Repairs have been made to the traffic light at the intersection of Main and Buttonwoods Avenues - the site of three accidents in less than a month that sent four people to the hospital. But that isn't the end of this story. On Tuesday more
By JOHN HOWELL "Let me think," says Paul Semco, cupping his head in his hands. It's no wonder he needs a moment to recall what happened more than 77 years ago. In less than 30 seconds, he continues his story of what could have been a deadly incident as more
By JOHN HOWELL School administrators and teacher union officials from Warwick and eight other school districts represented by the American Federation of Teachers have been meeting almost daily to come up with a plan to reopen schools, Warwick more
By LAURA WEICK The Warwick School Committee's decision to cut their transportation budget by $6 million may be plausible under state law, despite laws typically requiring school committees to provide transportation. According to Title 16, Chapter 16-21 more
By LAURA WEICK The Ward 1 Democratic Committee has endorsed William Foley over incumbent Richard Corley. According to Paul DePetrillo, chairman of the Ward 1 Committee, the committee endorsed Foley because he was open to exploring new ideas. "e;Bill has a more
Solomon announced that, due to the delay in the passage of the FY2021 State budget, the City of Warwick has postponed issuing motor vehicle tax bills.  more
It was a graduation ceremony like no other at Bishop Hendricken High School Friday evening. For starters, the ceremony was a month later than those that preceded it. But that's what made it truly unique. Graduation ceremonies across the more
Mayor Joseph J. Solomon maintained the position Tuesday that there was no need to eliminate 38 city jobs in order to deliver a no tax increase balanced budget. He said it was the choice of Local 1561, Council 94 of the American Federation more
Cars lined up on West Shore Road in Tuesday's night's rain as voters waited to drive by the Gristmill road home of independent mayoral candidate Frank Picozzi to sign his nomination papers qualifying him as a candidate. Citywide more
The Larry Mouradjian Rocky Point Fishing Pier officially opened Wednesday morning after more than a year of construction, and even more years of planning. The new pier is a T-shaped, 280-foot long timber structure with rails, built-in more
The Warwick City Council's approved Monday a $3.1 million contract to convert streetlights to LED lights in order to save energy and improve visibility in neighborhoods. The city first discussed converting to LED powered street lighting more
The traffic signal at Main at Buttonwoods Avenues, the site of three accidents since it was placed on the flashing mode in mid-June, will remain blinking for at least a week and maybe longer as the city waits for the delivery of repairs more
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