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RIDOH Closes Conimicut Beach for High Bacteria LevelsBy: Rob Borkowski
WARWICK, RI — The Rhode Island Department of Health has closed Conimicut Point Beach in Warwick for swimming because of high bacteria counts. The Health Department announced the closure Thursday, July […]
Solomon visits with Warwick Boys & Girls Clubs Kids, StaffBy: Rob Borkowski
Mayor Joseph J. Solomon visited the Boys & Girls Clubs summer day camp July 13 at the Masonic Youth Center, 116 Long Street, in the Buttonwoods section of Warwick to speak with […]
Reed, Senate Democrats Ask Trump if America is His First ConcernBy: Rob Borkowski
WASHINGTON, DC — Following President Donald Trump’s press conference with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, where he accepted Putin’s election meddling denial, Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI) and other top Senate Democrats sent a letter […]
Warwick Ice Cream Wins 2018 Ice Cream ThrowdownBy: Rob Borkowski
PROVIDENCE, RI — Warwick Ice Cream’s team took home First Place at this year’s Ice Cream Throwdown, held within the air conditioned confines of Fete in Providence, sporting a new […]
Bristol County Savings Bank Names Kolarik EVP, Senior Operations OfficerBy: Rob Borkowski
Bristol County Savings Bank (BCSB) has promoted Jeffrey Kolarik of Warwick to Executive Vice President/Senior Operations Officer.
Raimondo Signs Several Warwick-Sponsored Bills into LawBy: Rob Borkowski
PROVIDENCE, RI — Gov. Gina Raimondo recently signed into law several bills sponsored by Warwick’s General Assembly delegation.
CCRI Hosts RI Promise Scholarship Enrollment Days June 19, July 26By: Rob Borkowski
CCRI will host two enrollment days this summer to help Rhode Island high school grads enroll with free tuition under the RI Promise scholarship..
Warwick School Committee Disavows Contract Continuation 4-1By: Joe Siegel
The Warwick School Committee approved a resolution disavowing contract continuation Tuesday night during their meeting at Warwick Veterans Jr. High School at 2401 West Shore Road.
School Committee to Discuss Teacher Layoffs, Superintendent Performance May 15By: Rob Borkowski
The Warwick School Committee will meet in executive session 6 p.m. May 15 in the Veterans Middle School Auditorium to discuss teacher layoffs and the performance of Superintendent Philip Thornton […]
All Politics are Local
First Amendment, First Defense, First CasualtyBy: Rob Borkowski
Three days after America elected a new president in Donald J. Trump, notorious for insulting the service of war hero Sen. John McCain and threatening the First Amendment rights provided […]
Remember Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy at the Ballot Box in 2018By: Rob Borkowski
Fifty years ago today, Civil Rights Leader Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis outside the Lorraine Motel room where he and his friends and advisors were working on […]
Digit Spinner: Richard Corrente Fudges the Numbers AgainBy: Joe Hutnak
WARWICK, RI — Democratic mayoral candidate Richard Corrente is starting his second run for office where he left off last time: Trying to manipulate numbers. Just this week, the Warwick […]
House and Home
Patty: Spring Real Estate Market Creating Rush of SellersBy: Rob Borkowski
The Spring Real Estate Market has sprung, and we are starting to see that rush of new listings and excited buyers and sellers, particularly in the upper middle and higher […]
Featured Home: Turnkey Convenience, Privacy at 76 Knight St.By: Rob Borkowski
WARWICK — This weeks Featured Home, listed by our Team with Keller Williams, is at 76 Knight Street on the market for $169,900. At almost 1,000 sq. ft. with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath, the home […]
Featured Home: A View of the Neighborhood on Wethersfield DriveBy: Rob Borkowski
This weeks Warwick Post Home of the Week, listed by our Team with Keller Williams, is another great middle class home in Buttonwoods at 217 Wethersfield Drive, situated on a […]