Warwick, RI — Here’s how to find what’s open and closed in Warwick on Dec. 25.
If you’re recruiting a time-traveling team to the Paleolithic era, Kelsey Devlin, gold medalist in the atlatl, a spear throwing tool in world-wide use at the time, would be a […]
The Warwick City Council meets this Monday, Dec. 8, 7 p.m. at City Hall to consider leasing Rhodes School to the Artists’ Exchange for performing arts programs, regulating open fires […]
Warwick, RI — RIDE will pay $3.1 million to upgrade the regional technical school, then transfer ownership to the city in 2016.
Warwick, RI — Going forward, maybe city officials will see the Potowomut fire station as an example of how Warwick government can work when given the opportunity.
Warwick, RI – Patrick Maloney Jr., local businessman, Democrat and former Warwick School Committee member, wants to use his experience managing deficits and level funding at the School Department to make […]
Dist. 1 School Committeeman Eugene Nadeau, 83, wants another term to bring all day Kindergarten, a middle school system and a fully researched consolidation plan to Warwick Schools.
Warwick, RI – Terri Medeiros, 56, Warwick resident for 10 years, director of The Romerry School Early Childhood Center, asks for another School Committee term Nov. 4 to continue working […]
Warwick, RI — Stephen Pope, 47, Warwick resident for 22 years, father of five including two fourth graders, is running for School Committee to get a crack at answering the […]
Warwick, RI -Tomorrow, Misty Lourenco, team mom and volunteer powerhouse, will get her leg amputated — the outcome she, friends and family had been hoping for.
Warwick, RI — Dean Johnson, 37, lifelong Warwick resident and Army vet, isn’t shy about tough calls, so when the School Committee discarded two school consolidation plans in favor of […]
Warwick, RI – Police Departments in Warwick, Cranston and Johnston are still looking for the author of a letter threatening the communities’ school children, and will keep guarding local schools […]