While Warwick has its share of big-box stores — many of them launching their Black Friday deals at the stroke of midnight — there are also lots of small local businesses who are offering special sales as part of Shop Small weekend.
With just five days left till the Warwick school year starts for grades K-7 & 9 Tuesday, with grades 8, 10, 11, and 12 starting Sept. 6, this year’s new 2017 bus routes have been made available online by the Warwick School Department.
Officer David Boardman was patrolling Warwick Avenue July 16 at 1:48 a.m. when he spotted a black 2002 Acura sedan take a right onto the street from Church Avenue before swerving into the opposite lane, prompting the policeman to stop and arrest the driver on a DUI charge.
WARWICK, RI — U.S. Senator Jack Reed included language in the FY 2016 Transportation Appropriations bill requiring the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), Amtrak and the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) to […]
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 by noon, with the road open to traffic again by about 2 p.m., DPW Director David Picozzi and Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian report.
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 transition to his new role on July 24.
Jenn White’s first job was junior counselor at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick, so her new gig as director of the arts-based programs at the future Cooper Building branch, catering to middle school students, seems a perfect homecoming for the Warwick native.
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.