School Committee Approves Sinapi Priority Spending Plan School Committee Approves Sinapi Priority Spending Plan
School Committee Approves Sinapi Priority Spending Plan
WPD Arrests Warwick Man on Child Molestation Charge WPD Arrests Warwick Man on Child Molestation Charge
WPD Arrests Warwick Man on Child Molestation Charge
Council Doesn’t Quite Hit Home Run on Sports Funding Council Doesn’t Quite Hit Home Run on Sports Funding
Council Doesn't Quite Hit Home Run on Sports Funding
City Council OKs Sinapi $4M School Priority Funding Plan City Council OKs Sinapi $4M School Priority Funding Plan
City Council OKs Sinapi $4M School Priority Funding Plan
Collins Named CCRI Chief of Police Collins Named CCRI Chief of Police
Collins Named CCRI Chief of Police

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  • [CREDIT: Rob Borkowski] The Warwick City Council approved a resolution pledging to fund $4 million in Warwick School budget priorities, including sports, Monday night.

    City Council OKs Sinapi $4M School Priority Funding Plan

    [CREDIT: Rob Borkowski] The Warwick City Council approved a resolution pledging to fund $4 million in Warwick School budget priorities, including sports, Monday night. By: Rob Borkowski

    WARWICK — The Warwick City Council began their meeting Monday with a resolution granting $1.3 million to Warwick Schools for sports, but Councilman Anthony Sinapi’s amendment turned it into a […]

  • [CREDIT: CCRI] Sean Collins is the new Chief of Police at CCRI.

    Collins Named CCRI Chief of Police

    [CREDIT: CCRI] Sean Collins is the new Chief of Police at CCRI. By: Rob Borkowski

    WARWICK, RI — The Community College of Rhode Island has hired retired Warwick Police Major Sean Collins as its Chief of Police and Director of Public Safety, which he held […]

  • [CREDIT: Rob Borkowski] A tax and utility bill drop box outside the Buttonwoods Community Center. Many property tax bills were delivered this week, two business days before the July 15 due date.

    Warwick Tax Bills Due Monday, No Interest Through July 31

    [CREDIT: Rob Borkowski] A tax and utility bill drop box outside the Buttonwoods Community Center. Many property tax bills were delivered this week, two business days before the July 15 due date. By: Rob Borkowski

    WARWICK, RI — Warwick tax bills are arriving in residents’ mailboxes this week with a resolution-mandated July 15 due date, but no interest or late fees will be charged so […]

Business

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    Warwick Vets Alumni Honored at Aldersbridge

    Daniel Genannt By: Rob Borkowski

    EAST PROVIDENCE — Aldersbridge Communities honored Nathan and Jason Quattrini of Warwick, graduates of Warwick Veterans High School, during the assisted living facility’s 48th Annual Meeting of the organization’s Board […]

  • SBA Offers $300K in Grants Aiding Service-Disabled Veteran Entrepreneurs

    By: Rob Borkowski

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Small Business Adminstration wants to give service-disabled veteran entrepreneurs a fighting chance, so they’ve set aside $300,000 so eligible organizations can prepare them. Up to […]

  • SBA Announces Veteran Owned Small Business Growth Training program

    By: Rob Borkowski

    PROVIDENCE, R.I.  — The U.S. Small Business Administration is partnering with the Veteran Entrepreneurial Training and Resource Network (VETRN) creating a pilot training program for military veterans who are small […]

Schools

  • [CREDIT: File Photo] Warwick Veterans Jr. High School at 2401 W Shore Road.

    School Committee Approves Sinapi Priority Spending Plan

    [CREDIT: File Photo] Warwick Veterans Jr. High School at 2401 W Shore Road. By: Rob Borkowski

    WARWICK, RI  — One day after the Warwick City Council passed a pledge of $4 million in additional spending to Warwick Schools’ 17-point priority list of items to be restored […]

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    Council Doesn’t Quite Hit Home Run on Sports Funding

    warwick-post-commentary By: Joe Hutnak

    WARWICK, RI — Monday night’s Warwick City Council meeting showed that the proverbial tide is turning against the council’s and Mayor Joseph Solomon’s contradictory messages about funding the school department. […]

  • [CREDIT: Rob Borkowski] The Warwick City Council approved a resolution pledging to fund $4 million in Warwick School budget priorities, including sports, Monday night.

    City Council OKs Sinapi $4M School Priority Funding Plan

    [CREDIT: Rob Borkowski] The Warwick City Council approved a resolution pledging to fund $4 million in Warwick School budget priorities, including sports, Monday night. By: Rob Borkowski

    WARWICK — The Warwick City Council began their meeting Monday with a resolution granting $1.3 million to Warwick Schools for sports, but Councilman Anthony Sinapi’s amendment turned it into a […]

All Politics are Local

  • [CREDIT: Mary Carlos] A view of several contrails soaring into the sky at Warwick City Park during Fourth of July Fireworks July 3, 2015.

    Happy Birthday, America, Best Wishes For Many More

    [CREDIT: Mary Carlos] A view of several contrails soaring into the sky at Warwick City Park during Fourth of July Fireworks July 3, 2015. By: Rob Borkowski

    On Nov. 11, 2016, three days after voters elected President Donald Trump, Warwick’s veterans were split over whether his demonstrated disregard for prisoners of war and the Constitution warranted concern. […]

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    Instead of Leading the Way, Solomon Shows His Back

    warwick-post-commentary By: Joe Hutnak

    WARWICK, R.I. — Given another chance to resolve the current budget dispute in Warwick, Mayor Joseph Solomon has instead done things to make it worse. The latest example: Solomon’s decision […]

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    Another Summer of Discontent in Warwick

    warwick-post-commentary By: Joe Hutnak

    WARWICK, RI — After a tumultuous spring, Warwick is headed into summer with few, if any, of the issues occurring under Mayor Joseph Solomon’s watch resolved. And in a few […]

House and Home

  • [CREDIT: Wallethub] Wallethub has ranked Warwick 114 out of 178 in their assessment oof the best cities to be a real estate agent.

    Warwick Real Estate Booming With National Trend

    [CREDIT: Wallethub] Wallethub has ranked Warwick 114 out of 178 in their assessment oof the best cities to be a real estate agent. By: Rob Borkowski

     Source: WalletHub WARWICK, RI — WalletHub’s recent assessment of the best places in the U.S. to be a real estate agent place Warwick on the map at 114 out […]

  • Matt Patty Team Hosts Thanksgiving Pie Giveaway

    By: Rob Borkowski

    CRANSTON, RI — This Thanksgiving, The Matt Patty team launched their first annual pie giveaway for past and current clients. The real estate agency gave away 30 pies, apple and pumpkin, to past […]

  • Patty: Housing Market May Be Nearing Crossroads

    By: Rob Borkowski

    For the last several years,  increasing home prices for sellers and low interest rates for buyers have created a historically positive housing market, but mixed metrics in the local and […]