Election 2016: Warwick Backs Clinton, Avedisian, New Councilors, Reps
The City has voted in Mayor Scott Avedisian for another term, elected three new Democrats to the City Council, incumbent Karen Bachus and newcomer David Testa to the School Committee, and sent Councilwoman Camille Vella-Wilkinson and newcomer Evan Shanley to the General Assembly. all while backing Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump.
Warwick Enjoys Busy Voter Turnout Election Day
Voting was off to a brisk and well-organized start right off the bat during the first hour of voting, a trend that continued through the morning and into the early afternoon.
Warwick Election 2016: Your Choice, Your Guide
There’s one day left till the 2016 election of candidates local, state and presidential — here’s what you need to know before the big day about the weather, the polls, and the candidates.
Vella-Wilkinson Pledges Experienced Hand for Warwick’s Dist. 21
Camille Vella-Wilkinson hadn’t been planning to run for the General Assembly at the end of her fourth year on the Warwick City Council, but she realized a number of challenges councillors faced could be eased with a strong voice representing Warwick in the State House.
Shanley Running for Dist. 24 as a Voice for Working Class Families
WARWICK, RI — Evan Shanley, 30, of Viceroy Road, life-long Warwick resident and attorney with the Gursky Weins law firm since 2013, is seeking to represent Warwick Dist. 24 seat […]
Cascella’s Bid for Ward 1 Aimed at Bolstering Warwick’s Community Appeal
WARWICK, RI — Rick Cascella, 54, of Yale Avenue, a real estate agent with Williams & Stuart Real Estate, was a resident of the city for 53 years before deciding […]
Corley Hopes to Apply Zoning, Legal Experience Representing Ward 1 on City Council
WARWICK, RI — Richard Corley, 60, of Algonquin Drive, a criminal defense attorney for 30 years and Warwick resident for most his life, has served on the Warwick Zoning Board for six, and hopes […]
Warwick High School Students Host Mayoral Debate
High School students from Bishop Hendricken, Toll Gate and Piligrim High Schools leveled questions at Warwick’s two mayoral candidates Friday night in Council Chambers at City Hall, touching on topics including airport expansion, school consolidation and accountability, quality of life, the economy, taxes and the budget.
Need to Know: Board of Canvassers Needs Election Help, Drug Take-Back Saturday
WARWICK — A few items Warwick readers may find intriguing as the week winds down: Police want your drugs, and the Board of Canvassers needs your help volunteering during the […]
Hall Makes Bid for School Committee to Promote Transparency, Accountability
Danny Hall, 34 a resident of Lewiston Street, has lived in Warwick his whole life, is running for School Committee this year to bring accountability and transparency to the board.
Bachus Seeks Second Round After Outspoken Term on School Committee
School Committeewoman Karen Bachus, 53, of Burt Street, an outspoken member of the board since 2012 who notably joined Warwick City Council efforts to disclose the publicly-paid Ragosta Report to the community, has lived in Warwick for the last 20 years, and hopes to serve another four years with the body.
Johnson Seeks Chance to Set Consolidation Straight on School Committee Nov. 8
Dean Johnson, 39, of Essex Road, lifelong Warwick resident and Army vet, ran for School Committee the first time in 2014 to make tough calls on School Consolidation, and hopes for a chance to take a shot at straightening out the re-organization of students and buildings two years later.