Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian is considering vetoing the City Council’s amended $288 million budget, which moved $607,931 from employee healthcare to channel $997,929.31 into paving and schools Monday.
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The Warwick Fire Department responded to 1 Rocky Point Ave. Tuesday at 4:13 p.m. for a small fire inside the defunct Rocky Point Park’s Shore Dining House, extinguishing it within […]
Warwick’s City Council shuffled the deck on Mayor Scott Avedisian’s proposed $288 million budget Monday at City Hall, moving $997,929.31, most of it from healthcare, to boost paving funds and […]
A motorist swerving across West Shore Road got out of her vehicle when stopped by Warwick Police May 4 at 1:21 a.m., putting her hands up in the air until […]
Tax Collector/Treasurer David Olsen told inquiring councilors at Friday’s budget hearing that 23,000 letters notifying taxpayers they were delinquent were not in error.
US District Court Judge Mary M. Lisi ruled this afternoon that Raymond McKay, a newtwork administrator for Warwick, must obey a city ordinance prohibiting him from seeking office while employed […]
Two members of the public and some city councilors criticized Warwick’s planned $450,000 paving budget for fiscal 2015 as too small during Thursday’s opening round of hearings on Mayor Scott […]
If you’re going to pop a wheelie on a busy street, doing that in front of a police officer probably isn’t prudent.
RI State Police arrested Pawtucket High School English teacher George Grimes, 46, of Warwick May 22, charging him with possession of child pornography.
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The Tom Lanigan Band played “Jock Stewart: I’m A Man You Don’t Meet Every Day” Sunday at O’Rouke’s in memory of their friend, Frank Rosa of Warwick, who died last […]
The Gaspee Days Arts & Crafts Festival treated crowds to the fare and wares of about 120 art, craft and food vendors for its 49th annual celebration this weekend.