WARWICK, RI — Warwick City Council members acknowledged their lack of leverage over the School Committee’s $167, 016,615 for FY18 budget beyond the bottom line Friday night, but critiqued the details anyway. What was really at […]
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Tonight the Warwick City Council begins budget hearings at City Hall with the school department, which has requested $167, 016,615 for FY18, $1.7 million more than Mayor Scott Avedisian has […]
Officer Kerri-Ann Leighton spotted a green Ford sedan stuck on a dirt berm at the corner of Atlantic and Warwick Avenues bordering the parking lot of CVS May 6 at […]
Warwick Police staking out Holiday Inn Express on Jefferson Boulevard, one of 18 locations targeted in a series of vehicle tire and rim thefts, caught their men Monday, May 22 […]
In August, Frontier Airlines will begin flights from TF Green to Orlando, FL, and Denver, CO adding a much-requested destination to the airport’s offerings and boosting the local economy.
Warwick Police have identified the city man who struck and killed a 23-year-old male Massachusetts pedestrian with his car on Main Avenue Tuesday at 10:25 p.m., charging the driver with […]
WARWICK, R.I. — Martin & Associates has spent the last 16 months behind the scenes at Warwick Public Schools, redesigning the district’s websites, writing press releases and acting as the […]
The doughnuts are square, they’ve got half-inch pieces of bacon on them and, if you’re showing up after lunch, they’re probably sold out.
Officer Ali Jaafar was posted at the intersection of Post Road and Coronado Road when he heard tires squealing and turned to his left in time to see a black […]
Ocean State Theatre’s inspired ensemble performances, masterful musicals, after-hours shows and summer programs at its Jefferson Boulevard location are no more, the non-profit announced Tuesday night, citing failed efforts to […]
WARWICK, RI — About 50 parents, students, and teachers mustered their resolve and their umbrellas Monday afternoon to demand Warwick Schools put teachers, students, and the learning environment first.
Singer/songwriter Joe Silva had been a regular performer at the Station Nightclub, so when he learned of the terrible toll of lives the 2003 fire claimed in the television news […]