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Warwick Buildings Remaining Closed Indefinitely
Mayor Joseph J. Solomon is keeping all city buildings closed to the public until further notice to limit spread of the the coronavirus causing COVID-19.
RI Protects Homeless During COVID-19 Outbreak
Many Rhode Islanders can’t stay home during the COVID-19 outbreak, because they don’t have homes, a plight the health department and non-profits are easing as the crisis highlights their need for shelter.
RI COVID-19 Testing: All Symptomatic Rhode Islanders
The RI Department of Health (RIDOH) has announced that RI COVID-19 testing capacity now allows all symptomatic Rhode Islanders to be tested for the coronavirus causing the disease.
Take Out Near Me? Find It On WarwickPost.com
WARWICK, RI — While take-out and delivery are the only options for restaurants and their hungry patrons during the COVID-19 hunker-down, Rhode Islanders are asking where is there take out […]
RI Eyes New Yorkers’ Travel, Possible $1.25B Stimulus
Editor’s note: This article and and most of our COVID-19 related news is free to the public to ensure people have access to life-saving information. If we’ve helped you, and […]
Warwick Restaurant Offers Free Kids’ Lunches
WARWICK, RI — Kim-&-Steve’s Masthead-Grill at 3880 Post Road is giving free bag lunches to shut-in kids and a nearby group home during the COVID-19 outbreak. Steve DeLory said he […]
Dambruch Named Assistant Superintendent
WARWICK, RI — The Warwick School Committee ended Tuesday’s meeting with an Assistant Superintendent and a revised $170.2 million 2020 budget. Lynn Dambruch, the former Director of Elementary Education, will […]
Warwick School Committee Adopts Staff Absence Policy, Talks Flood, Fields
WARWICK — The Warwick School Committee adopted a new staff absence policy before discussing Toll Gate High’s flooded week-long shutdown and a new $10 million sports field bond ballot question […]
McNamara Field Trip Bill Passes House
STATE HOUSE — Rep. Joseph M. McNamara’s (D-Dist. 19, Warwick, Cranston) bill making it easier for school districts to raise money for field trips and dances passed the RI House […]
All Politics are Local
COVID-19 Deaths: Sacrifices Trump’s Willing to Make
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.
Mayor’s “revenue neutral” fire contract could cost the city $3.6 million
WARWICK, RI — Two rulings against the city that Mayor Joseph Solomon declined to appeal represent the bulk of the added costs from the new fire contract.
Romney: A Brave — And Loyal — American
I am seeing a lot of whataboutism when it comes to Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT), the sole Republican Senator to vote to convict President Donald Trump on abuse of power. […]
House and Home
Warwick Real Estate Booming With National Trend
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
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
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 […]