November 22, 2014
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To the Editor: One of the greatest privileges we possess as citizens of the United States is the right to vote. With that privilege comes the responsibility to be well informed, and to be certain … more
WATCHING PROCEEDINGS: Catherine King Avila, …
The City Council didn’t tangle with Bob Healey Monday night, although it’s doubtful the presence of the Moderate Party candidate for governor affected the confirmation of Catherine King Avila as … more
On Thursday, Mayor Scott Avedisian asked how the School Committee could justify spending upwards of $250,000 and probably $500,000 to perform a study of schools when $150,000 is budgeted for analysis … more
School Committee chairwoman Bethany Furtado, vice chairwoman Terri Medeiros and clerk Karen Bachus have endorsed Mayor Scott Avedisian in the upcoming Republican primary on Sept. 9 between Avedisian … more
To the Editor: After having attended another School Department budget presentation to the City Council, it’s become increasingly clear to me that our elected representatives are not keen on … more
To the Editor: I would like to thank City Treasurer and Interim Tax Collector David Olsen and City Finance Director Ernest Zmyslinski for providing me with a much-needed laugh or two with their … more
SIGNATURE BUILDING: Considering a defining …
After the city believed it had been spared from the wrecking ball, the developer who acquired the Elizabeth Mill as part of the 86-acre Leviton property says preserving the icon of Warwick’s … more
SAFETY FIRST: The vigorous and intense 18-week …
:“Warwick is the best city to work for hands down,” several fire academy recruits said Friday. The Warwick Fire Department has 16 recruits in the 18-week training academy. On Friday, the end … more
RICHARD D'AGOSTINO
Richard D’Agostino dispelled any doubt that he will be a candidate for superintendent of Warwick Schools on Thursday, listing his accomplishments in the last two years and disclosing plans … more
ARCHER
Steven Archer, an independent candidate facing incumbent William Walaska in the race for Senate District 30 in the November election, said he decided to run for the position because he wants to bring … more
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