Attorney Jeffrey Sowa, representing former Warwick Schools compliance officer and director of human resources Rosemary Healey, has threatened the Warwick Post with a defamation lawsuit if it discloses the contents of the Ragosta Report, a public record the RI Attorney General ordered the School Department to release March 30.
If the School Committee and City Council each vote to release $5.2 million of $25 million in school improvement bonds voters approved in 2006, the City and School Department have agreed to share the cost of debt principal and interest fifty-fifty for the first year.
Warwick City Councillor Edward Ladouceur’s constituents have been talking about switching the Warwick School Committee from an elected to an appointed board, and he’d like to give the whole city a chance to weigh in on the question.
Warwick, RI —The 53rd and final matchup between annual Thanksgiving rivals Pilgrim and Warwick Veterans, at best a bittersweet occasion, tested the mettle and sportsmanship of the Hurricanes as they […]
The Warwick City Council’s next meeting tonight at City Hall, 7 p.m. covers a lot of ground, including resolutions considering a flood map revision for the city, and a vote of no confidence in Warwick Schools Superintendent Richard D’Agostino.
The Warwick School Committee voted 4 to 1 for school consolidation option 5 Tuesday night, fating Warwick Veterans Memorial High School to conversion to a middle school and closing Aldrich and Gorton Junior High Schools, saving the district $4.5 million annually.
School officials asked the City Council to add $6,952,275 to Mayor Scott Avedisian’s level-funded $159,530,000 school budget proposal Thursday night, pleading for investment in spite of the Committee’s ongoing disagreement with Avedisian on the timing of school consolidation.