Mayor Scott Avedisian heads to Ireland this weekend as part of a Rhode Island trade mission including a state delegation of more than a dozen businesses, trade groups and tourism […]
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Parking fees for all three of Warwick’s City beaches starting 2018 won first passage at Monday’s City Council meeting, but the measure needs to clear second passage Sept. 18 to […]
Vehicle tax bills, delayed in late June, will be mailed out now that the state budget impasse has been remedied, leaving House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello’s (D-Dist. 15, Cranston) excise tax […]
Two years ago, federal, State and City officials broke ground on a $17 million upgrade of the Warwick Wastewater Treatment Facility girding the site against a 500-year flood event, and […]
Tuesday morning, Mayor Scott Avedisian invited fellow Providence College alumni to City Hall for a photograph session to honor the 100thAnniversary of the founding of Providence College.
Rocky Point Park, the source of numerous Rhode Island reminisces, now offers visual aides —10 pathway signs — to accompany local tales of summer fun at the state’s sole amusement […]
WARWICK, RI — Usually, department heads issue requests for proposal (RFPs) for a task or service, then present the winning bidder to the City Council for their approval, but on […]
Warwick has marked on WalletHub’s list of “Best-Run Cities,” for a second year, ranking of 22nd, up six spots from their 2016 list, and has also been ranked the 14th […]
Motor vehicle tax bills, delayed pending the outcome of legislation to eliminate taxes on vehicles 15 years old or older, will be mailed no later than July 21 in the […]
A water main break during a fire hydrant installation at 6:30 a.m. that shut down Post Road from Apponaug Four Corners to West Shore Road is expected to be repaired […]
Mayor Scott Avedisian announced today that he has appointed Richard Crenca, the city’s current assistant principal planner, as the new director of the Department of Public Works (DPW). Crenca will […]
Mayor Scott Avedisian announced the distribution of $451,550 in federal Community Development Block Grant funds Tuesday that benefiting several non-profit agencies and the Apponaug Village Association.