RIAG: Cleaning Company Owner Faces Wage Theft Charges RIAG: Cleaning Company Owner Faces Wage Theft Charges
RIAG: Cleaning Company Owner Faces Wage Theft Charges
COVID-19: ‘People Die If We Don’t Follow The Rules’ COVID-19: ‘People Die If We Don’t Follow The Rules’
COVID-19: 'People Die If We Don't Follow The Rules'
McNamara Proposes Rare Disease Reinsurance McNamara Proposes Rare Disease Reinsurance
McNamara Proposes Rare Disease Reinsurance
DEM: Georgiaville Pond Toxic With Cyanobacteria DEM: Georgiaville Pond Toxic With Cyanobacteria
DEM: Georgiaville Pond Toxic With Cyanobacteria
Reed: Federal Funds Foster Clean Drinking Water Reed: Federal Funds Foster Clean Drinking Water
Reed: Federal Funds Foster Clean Drinking Water

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  • [CREDIT: Rob Borkowski] The RI State House. RIDOH warns COVID-19 masks are a must as spread is likely outside the home. Gov. Raimondo also announced new small business aid through a $10M loan program with Goldman Sachs.

    COVID-19: ‘People Die If We Don’t Follow The Rules’

    [CREDIT: Rob Borkowski] The RI State House. RIDOH warns COVID-19 masks are a must as spread is likely outside the home. Gov. Raimondo also announced new small business aid through a $10M loan program with Goldman Sachs. By: Rob Borkowski

    WARWICK, RI — “People die, if we don’t follow the rules. And the people who die are loved ones,” said Governor Gina M. Raimondo Wednesday as she urged Rhode Islanders […]

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    McNamara Proposes Rare Disease Reinsurance

    rhode-island-state-house By: Rob Borkowski

    STATE HOUSE — Rep. Joseph M. McNamara (D-Dist. 19, Warwick, Cranston) proposed bill, 2020-H 8078, would subsidize rare disease treatments through an insurer-contribution fueled reinsurance program. If passed, the bill […]

  • [CREDIT: Joe Siegel] Georgiaville Pond in Smithfield, pictured here on July 7, 2020, is toxic thanks to a cyanobacteria bloom. People and pets are in danger of serious health effects from contact. All recreation there is prohibited till further notice.

    DEM: Georgiaville Pond Toxic With Cyanobacteria

    [CREDIT: Joe Siegel] Georgiaville Pond in Smithfield, pictured here on July 7, 2020, is toxic thanks to a cyanobacteria bloom. People and pets are in danger of serious health effects from contact. All recreation there is prohibited till further notice. By: Rob Borkowski

    SMITHFIELD, RI — The Rhode Island Department of Health and DEM warns against contact, fishing, swimming in or recreation on Georgiaville Pond in Smithfield as a harmful cyanobacteria (also called […]

Business

  • RI Attorney General Peter F. Neronha.

    RIAG: Cleaning Company Owner Faces Wage Theft Charges

    RI Attorney General Peter F. Neronha. By: Rob Borkowski

    PROVIDENCE, RI — Attorney General Peter F. Neronha’s office has charged a Massachusetts cleaning service owner with wage theft; failing to maintain workers’ compensation insurance coverage; and workers’ compensation insurance […]

  • [CREDIT: Thundermist] Dr. Matthew Malek is Thundermist Health Center's new Medical Director of Provider Experience.

    Thundermist: Malek to Aid Doctors, Fight Burnout

    [CREDIT: Thundermist] Dr. Matthew Malek is Thundermist Health Center's new Medical Director of Provider Experience. By: Rob Borkowski

    WARWICK, RI —Thundermist Health Center, headquartered in Warwick, has announced Dr. Matthew Malek is its new Medical Director of Provider Experience. The medical director of provider experience is a new […]

  • Congress OKs PPP Extension Till Aug. 8

    By: Rob Borkowski

    WASHINGTON, DC – Late last night, Congress unanimously voted to extend the U.S. Small Business Administration’s authority to approve Paycheck Protection Program, PPP, loans through Aug. 8, sending the measure […]

Schools

  • [CREDIT: Rob Borkowski] Warwick Public Schools Administration is located at 69 Draper Ave.

    Warwick Schools Seek New Tech Director

    [CREDIT: Rob Borkowski] Warwick Public Schools Administration is located at 69 Draper Ave. By: Joe Siegel

    WARWICK – The School Department will be advertising for a new Tech Director following the resignation of Director of Technology Douglas Alexander. The School Committee, which had considered, and rejected, […]

  • [CREDIT: Warwick Public Schools] The Warwick School Committee voted on a $6 million bus budget cut to balance their FY21 budget Wednesday night.

    School Committee Votes $6M Bus Budget Cut

    [CREDIT: Warwick Public Schools] The Warwick School Committee voted on a $6 million bus budget cut to balance their FY21 budget Wednesday night. By: Joe Siegel

    WARWICK – In an effort to fill a $6.3 million budget gap for FY21, the Warwick School Committee voted 3-2 Wednesday on a $6 million bus budget cut. Anthony Ferrucci, […]

  • [CREDIT: Rob Borkowski] Warwick Public Schools Administration at 69 Draper Ave. The Warwick School Committee will consider $6 million in Warwick Schools cuts Wednesday.

    Warwick Schools Cuts: Committee Eyes $6.3M Trim

    [CREDIT: Rob Borkowski] Warwick Public Schools Administration at 69 Draper Ave. The Warwick School Committee will consider $6 million in Warwick Schools cuts Wednesday. By: Joe Siegel

    WARWICK, RI — School Committee members meet Wednesday with $6.3 million in Warwick Schools cuts from their $181.4 million FY21 budget request ahead of them, a little less than the […]

All Politics are Local

  • The Coalition works collaboratively to create and advance lasting solutions to prevent and end homelessness in Rhode Island.

    Frumerie: Racism, Poverty Intertwined

    The Coalition works collaboratively to create and advance lasting solutions to prevent and end homelessness in Rhode Island. By: Rob Borkowski

    Editor’s note: Juneteenth, falling June 19, also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day, marks the day in 1865 when Union soldiers arrived in Galveston, Texas with news that slavery […]

  • The ACLU of RI has voiced voting and discrimination concerns relating to curfews set tonight in Providence, Warwick and Cranston following a riot at Providence Place Mall June 1.

    ACLU: RI City Curfews Raise Voter, Discrimination Concerns

    The ACLU of RI has voiced voting and discrimination concerns relating to curfews set tonight in Providence, Warwick and Cranston following a riot at Providence Place Mall June 1. By: Warwick Post Staff

    After the the imposition of curfews this evening by the cities of Cranston, Providence and Warwick, the ACLU of Rhode Island issued the following statement: The imposition of blanket curfews […]

  • [CREDIT: White House] President Donald Trump delivers remarks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). Trump has been delaying using the DPA to provide supplies in the COVID-19 fight.

    COVID-19 Deaths: Sacrifices Trump’s Willing to Make

    [CREDIT: White House] President Donald Trump delivers remarks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). Trump has been delaying using the DPA to provide supplies in the COVID-19 fight. By: Warwick Post Staff

    For the past 56 days, President Donald J. Trump has woken up, witnessed undeniable evidence that the country faces a deadly public health crisis in COVID-19, then decided to just let a lot of us die.

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 […]