If you appreciate important news about Warwick that goes further than Facebook, please consider subscribing to Warwick Post WARWICK, RI — An unknown number of Warwick Veterans teachers, students and […]
A puddle created by a septic system backup today at Warwick Veterans Jr. High School has been cleaned will not disrupt a dance scheduled tonight at the school, said Supt. Phil Thornton, though fixing the issue that caused it, tying the back half of the school into the city’s sewers and building a pumping station, may cost an estimated $250,000.
Three days after voters elected Donald Trump, notorious for insulting the service of war hero Sen. John McCain and threatening to weaken the First Amendment of the Constitution, Warwick veterans were split on whether to worry about the president-elect’s indifference to the ideals they served to protect.
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