Parents, Teachers Protest Unfinished Veterans, Pilgrim Schools Following First Week of Class

By: Beth Hurd on September 7, 2016 in News to You, Schools

Holding signs that read “Class size matters” and “Dr. Phil – Stop Wasting Tax Payer Money,” and “Contract Now,” the auditorium of Toll Gate High School was nearly full for the meeting of the Warwick School Committee held on Tuesday, Sept. 6. The high turnout was due to an item at the bottom of the meeting’s agenda – elementary school consolidation – as well as complaints by parents and teachers about the first week of school.

Warwick 2015 Review: ISIS Arrest, POTUS Ambition, Advances in Apponaug

By: Rob Borkowski on January 1, 2016 in News to You, Police & Fire News in Rhode Island

Warwick Post’s first full year of reporting on the city was a momentous one, with historic developments, disasters natural and man-made, a local politician vying for the nation’s highest office, a local man arrested for his involvement in a terrorist plot, the developing renewal of Apponaug Village, and a fight over public records between two elected bodies neither wants to give to the public.