Council Cuts Healthcare, Pumps Paving, Schools in $288 Million Budget
Warwick’s City Council shuffled the deck on Mayor Scott Avedisian’s proposed $288 million budget Monday at City Hall, moving $997,929.31, most of it from healthcare, to boost paving funds and school spending.
Warwick’s Most Wanted: Duo Nabbed for Walmart Theft
Both people suspected in a March theft at Walmart on Post Road have been arrested, according to state court records.
Judge: Warwick Employee Must Leave Job to Seek Senate Seat
US District Court Judge Mary M. Lisi ruled this afternoon that Raymond McKay, a newtwork administrator for Warwick, must obey a city ordinance prohibiting him from seeking office while employed by the city.
Wheelie-Popping Motorcyclist Arrested on Warrant
If you’re going to pop a wheelie on a busy street, doing that in front of a police officer probably isn’t prudent.
Troopers Make Warwick Arrests for Child Porn, DUI
RI State Police arrested Pawtucket High School English teacher George Grimes, 46, of Warwick May 22, charging him with possession of child pornography.
Million Dollar Home Snapshot: 200 Briarcliff Ave.
This four-bed, three-bath Colonial on Warwick Neck offers ocean views from every bedroom.
Gaspee Days Arts & Crafts Festival: 2014
The Gaspee Days Arts & Crafts Festival treated crowds to the fare and wares of about 120 art, craft and food vendors for its 49th annual celebration this weekend.
Air Force Pilot Celebrates Return to RI
U.S. Air Force Col. Ed Corcoran paid a visit to his native Rhode Island for the recent Air Show at Quonset Air Base.
Warwick Native Flies Raptor to Air Show (PHOTOS)
The Quonset Air Show returned to Rhode Island May 17 and 18, as did Warwick native Col. Ed Corcoran, commander of the 1st Operations Group at Joint Base Langley-Eustis in Virginia.