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WITH DETAILS: Michele Komar, the public …
It’s time for a decision. After a dozen meetings and hours of testimony, the council sewer review commission is faced with recommending the city move forward with $57 million of sewer upgrades … more
While many officials feel it is only fair that property owners share in the cost of sewers equally rather than paying on the basis of the length of pipe along a property line, Marjorie Murphy of … more
FOR GORTON: Gorton teacher Jason Gervasini leads …
Parents, teachers, students, past graduates and community members filled the Warwick Vets auditorium Tuesday night to voice their opinions and concerns regarding the potential closure of Gorton … more
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
Kevin Shepherd
University of Rhode Island freshman Kevin Shepherd joined the fight to keep Gorton Junior High School open and now that that will happen for at least another year, he hasn’t stopped digging. … 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
City Council review of Mayor Scott Avedisian’s proposed $283 million budget starts tonight at 6 and continues tomorrow and Thursday at the same time. If previous hearings are a guide, this … more
APPEAL TO SAVE SCHOOL: Gorton Student Council …
Superintendent Richard D’Agostino made the case Thursday: Money spent to keep the city’s three junior high schools operating at about 50 percent capacity would be better spent if Gorton closed … more
ANXIOUS WAIT: The faces of those attending …
The hundreds that packed the Toll Gate auditorium Tuesday night to learn the fate of Gorton Junior High School stood up and cheered following the 4-1 approval of a motion to table the vote on school … more
While active city employees are paying a portion of their health care costs, taxpayers are picking up the full tab for their retired counterparts. And, from what some members of the administration … more
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