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Council OKs First Passage Barring Off-Roading on Public PropertyBy: Rob Borkowski
The Warwick City Council OK’d first passage on an ordinance prohibiting off-road vehicles, including snowmobiles, dirt bikes and ATVs, from public property Monday.
Tropical Storm Watch For RI, New England CoastsBy: Rob Borkowski
The National Weather Service has issued a tropical storm watch – meaning tropical storm conditions are possible, with the possibility of 39 – 73 mph winds, during the next 48 […]
Apponaug Four Corners Crosswalks Install ContinuesBy: Rob Borkowski
Traffic through the Apponaug Four Corners Roundabout (Greenwich Ave./Post Road), narrowed Sept. 5 as the first half of stamped concrete crosswalks were poured, will stay that way another week as […]
Avedisian Joins RI Trade Mission in Ireland This WeekendBy: Rob Borkowski
Mayor Scott Avedisian heads to Ireland this weekend as part of a Rhode Island trade mission including a state delegation of more than a dozen businesses, trade groups and tourism […]
Warwick Post Announces Subscriber Drawing WinnersBy: Rob Borkowski
August’s subscription drive is over, and four coupons to Warwick’s Greatfull Bread sandwich shop are assigned to the WarwickPost.com subscriber drawing winners.
New England Tech to offer Fiat Chrysler Service TrainingBy: Rob Borkowski
New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) will partner with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) to establish a Performance Training Center at NEIT’s 110 Access Road campus in Warwick.
Committee Hires New Fire Extinguisher Vendor, Returns Admin Building to CityBy: Rob Borkowski
The Warwick School Committee voted to turn the former school administration building at 34 Warwick Lake Ave. back over to the city Tuesday night, the latest move in the district’s […]
Warwick Teachers Picket City Hall, Call for Contract ResolutionBy: Rob Borkowski
On Sept. 5, Warwick Teachers Union (WTU) membership met and voted to reject the Warwick School Committee’s Aug. 23 “final offer,” then rallied about 600 teachers for another picket of […]
International Charter School Bids $1.9 Million for Aldrich Jr. HighBy: Rob Borkowski
The International Charter School in Pawtucket has bid $1.9 million for the former Aldrich Jr. High School building, and has scheduled a community meeting Sept. 14 at the Norwood Boys […]
All Politics are Local
School Committee Can’t Spin Bad Optics of Hiring PR FirmBy: Joe Hutnak
Warwick, RI — When the going gets tough, the tough… hire a PR firm? That seems to be the modern twist to the old saying, as the Warwick School Department […]
RI Secretary of State Won’t Give Trump Panel Private Voter InformationBy: Rob Borkowski
President Donald Trump’s Advisory Commission on Election Integrity wants sensitive information about voters, including partial social security numbers, emailed to an insecure address, but RI Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea […]
‘Crimetown’ Podcast Gives New Form to Old IdeasBy: Joe Hutnak
After 18 episodes, the popular Crimetown podcast recently wrapped its first season. Created by accomplished producers Marc Smerling and Zac Stuart-Pontier, Crimetown delved into stories that many Rhode Islanders will […]
House and Home
Patty: Opportunities Arise in Real Estate Seller’s MarketBy: Rob Borkowski
We remain in a low inventory, seller’s real estate market, most residential neighborhoods in RI are experiencing fast sales and increasing prices.
Featured Home: Cozy Charm, Modern Perks on Wesleyan AvenueBy: Rob Borkowski
The featured home is provided each week by the Matt Patty Team with Keller Williams. To receive a free, instant home valuation of your property check ridreamhome.smarthomeprice.com. WARWICK, R.I. — This […]
Featured Home: Pyrotechnic Views From 56 Millard Ave.By: matt patty team
For this weeks Warwick Post featured home, we are wishing all of our readers a Happy Fourth of July by featuring a home where you could stay home and enjoy […]