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MAYOR SCOTT AVEDISIAN
It’s the last day of 2013 and Scott Avedisian is casually dressed and on the job that he had for the last 14 years. Now, another milestone in his administration is about to be marked, although no … more
Kelly Fredericks, president and CEO of the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC), doesn’t see any chance of relocating the Winslow Park playing fields to anywhere but airport property in the … more
DELAYED HONEMOON: GOP mayoral candidate Stacia …
Ray Hattoy said he had read about Republican candidate for mayor Stacia Petri. Then he got an automated phone call informing him of a meet and greet Wednesday evening at the Islander Restaurant. He … more
Mayor Scott Avedisian put his political capital on the line and it paid off. As of press time last night, it appeared the City Council did not have the six votes needed to override Avedisian’s … more
A FULL HOUSE: The auditorium at Toll Gate High …
Following six hours spread across two public hearings Monday and Tuesday on the Long Term Facilities Planning Committee’s recommendation to close Aldrich and Gorton junior high schools and … more
It comes down to money. How much will it cost to extend sewers and, just as important, who is going to pay for them? The City Council Commission reviewing plans to bring sewers to sections of … more
To the Editor: I have been following very closely the proposals being discussed to close one of the three Warwick high schools to accommodate our junior high school students in an effort to reduce … more
It is no surprise enrollment throughout Warwick’s public schools is in decline. Classes are getting smaller; in the last few years the School Committee closed four schools and considered closing … more
NO WRONG DOING: Glenn Chelo, as pictured during a …
The noise war between Chelo’s Waterfront and Cowesett residents is still booming after two years. Jan Kovan, who lives 2,000 feet from Chelo’s on Reeland Avenue, and Arnold’s Neck homeowner … more
With some Rhode Island residents saying they won’t be able to continue living in their homes, members of Congress who touted the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act when they voted for it … more
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