Mayor Scott Avedisian announced Monday that the City will soon issue a Request for Proposals (RFPs) from qualified persons or firms to provide short-term rental compliance solutions/services to the City.
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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.
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, RI — About 50 parents, students, and teachers mustered their resolve and their umbrellas Monday afternoon to demand Warwick Schools put teachers, students, and the learning environment first.
The Warwick City Council broke with two years of buying health care from the RI Interlocal Trust Monday night, following the recommendation of the City’s advisor and Mayor Scott Avedisian […]
Mayor Scott Avedisian, along with the City of Warwick’s Tax Assessor’s Office and Planning Department announced the launch of a new public Geographic Information System (GIS) Tuesday.
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 […]
Warwick hosted a second Food Truck Night at Warwick City Hall Thursday, drawing a big crowd of hungry citizens who lined up for quality fare, conversation and music provided by […]
DPW Director David Picozzi answered a litany of accusations of impropriety and theft against his department during Monday’s City Council meeting in a calm, compelling indictment of rumors and harassment […]
City Council unanimously voted to release $5.1 million of $25 million in school improvement bonds voters approved in 2006, with the School Department’s promise to pay half the interest, about […]
Warwick Water Division rates will go up for the first time in four years on the September quarterly tax bills to fuel future infrastructure and service improvements, and take a […]
Warwick was among five communities struck by a power outage at about 2 p.m. that cut power to 27,000 customers in the city, parts of Cranston, East Greenwich, West Warwick […]