November 1, 2014
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LADOUCEUR
Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur did something out of character Monday night. He backed away from what he believes is preferable, so that the rest of what he says is needed to bring accountability to … more
GETTING HIS SIDE: Stacia Petri and Ward 8 …
In an ironic twist, Stacia Petri, and the group that supported her unsuccessful bid for mayor, came before the City Council Monday brandishing a memo written by the council auditor - who they say … more
RUNNING FOR A FIX: The Pilgrim track is covered …
“Our team has so much potential. We work so hard. It would mean the world to us if we could get a better track. We could have better practices and maybe improve as a team,” said Rebecca … more
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved $6,094,017 to pay for relocating recreational ball fields at Winslow Park to a new area near T.F. Green Airport and to continue work on … more
CITY HALL
On Monday, the day Mayor Scott Avedisian released his proposed $288.8 million budget, 23,500 Warwick taxpayers started receiving letters stating that they owed back taxes and indicating that unless … more
Warwick firefighters are saying thanks, but let the city keep it, to the administration’s plan to give every member a $1,000 bonus this year. William Lloyd, president of Warwick Firefighters Local … more
To the Editor: I’m more than a little annoyed at this constant refrain from right-wing advocates about “taking back our country.” You lost an election, not a revolution. You had control of … more
According to neighborhood reports, this is one of two pieces of equipment working on the extension of the safety area at the end of Runway 16-34 that sunk into the Buckeye Brook wetlands last week. … more
After four days of hearings, the City Council has shifted funds from numerous accounts in Mayor Scott Avedisian’s $288.8 million budget to provide an additional $1 million to road repaving and … more
A recent sunrise over what remains of the Rocky …
The state’s plan is to re-open all of Rocky Point this fall. It will be a different place than the amusement park that closed in 1995, or the overgrown site of collapsing buildings, debris piles … more
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