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 […]
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.
The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for Providence and Kent Counties Sunday afternoon, warning of a severe thunderstorm moving south through the area.
If you’re a hummus lover who gets their fix at Target, it’s time to check your refrigerator — the FDA reports a nation-wide recall for the popular dip.
If you got one of 23,000 Warwick Tax Collector letters — some of them erroneous — hinting you’re delinquent, you can clear it up in person, but you’ll be waiting […]
U.S. Air Force Col. Ed Corcoran paid a visit to his native Rhode Island for the recent Air Show at Quonset Air Base.
Mayor Scott Avedisian’s proposed $288 million budget doesn’t have $1.1 million the School Department asked for, but it does pledge they’ll keep school consolidation savings.
Contaminated ground beef products distributed to 128 food facilities in Rhode Island is now off the shelves, but officials are still advising caution for food preparers and consumers who may […]
The Gaspee Days Arts & Crafts Fair — including a block party on Saturday night — lead this week’s list of local events in Warwick.