WARWICK, RI— Two Warwick City Council members weren’t served notice as required by charter for calling Friday’s special meeting to ratify the firefighters contract, prompting Council President Steve Merolla to […]
WARWICK, RI — D’Angelo Grilled Sandwiches delivered nearly 300 feet of sandwiches to more than 40 fire New England stations Sunday, including to Warwick firefighters and West Warwick firefighters. The […]
Warwick Firefighters were called for a house fire at 31 Ryan Ave. Monday night at 9:12 p.m., finding the 1.5 story wood-frame house with smoke showing, and had it extinguished within about 20 minutes, saving a cat and several dogs from the fire, which caused extensive smoke damage and left the five occupants staying with family nearby.
Mayor Scott Avedisian joined Fire Chief James McLaughlin, Assistant Chief James Kenney, Deputy Chief Thomas Maymon, Jr., Captain Paul J. Letourneau, Jr., the Board of Public Safety and Warwick Firefighters to celebrate and swear in 24 new firefighters on Tuesday, Nov. 22 at 6 p.m. at Crowne Plaza Hotel, 805 Greenwich Ave. Tuesday night.
Warwick firefighters responded made quick work of a kitchen fire in the top floor of the A building in the central quad of Elmwood Terrace Apartments at 2215 Elmwood Ave. Wednesday at about 9 a.m., limiting the damage to one displaced tenant and some smoke and water damage to adjacent units.
Kristen Collins reported on her Facebook page Sunday that her family has lost everything in the fire that struck their 104 Doris Ave. home Saturday night, but friends have set up a Gofundme.com donation page to help.
A minor fire inside the main part of Rhode Island Mall next to Kohl’s at 650 Bald Hill Road tripped smoke alarms inside the department store, alerting the Warwick Fire Department Christmas Day at 6:38 p.m.