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If it was cold in some Veterans Memorial Junior High School classrooms last week, it’s because the windows were open, not just a bit but wide open. It was cool. Some students even complained … more
An upcoming event of the Fifty Shades of Grey caliber isn’t flying with one local resident. A citizen who preferred to be identified only as “just a regular mom,” emailed media outlets and … more
By JOHN HOWELL Answers. That's what Councilman Ed Ladouceur, chair of the finance committee, says he wants from the School Department before considering a request for funds to replace the aging heating system at Veterans Junior High School. The cost of more
By JOHN HOWELL The Warwick Fire Department has used more fuel than projected for the year - 7,326 gallons to be precise - and Rob Cote believes he knows why. In a letter to the mayor that he has forwarded to council members and other city officials, he more
By TESSA ROY Shoppers and businesses alike were confused Tuesday when they found a fence had been put up in the parking lot of the Home Loan Plaza on Airport Road, separating a few parking lanes between Dave's Marketplace next door and the rest of the more
By JOHN HOWELL Ed Ladouceur, a councilman, chairman of the council finance committee and a contractor, remembers the 1998 truck that had 250,000 miles on it and started to show its age. When its spark plugs started coming out, he had the engine head more
By JOHN HOWELL The Warwick Firefighters Union is contesting the Tier II pension plan implemented in 2012 to reduce pension costs and improve the city’s ability to pay pension obligations going … more
The city administration started an 18-week academy for fire recruits knowing that possibly more recruits could graduate than there were jobs in the department. And that's what happened. A class of 24 graduated, giving the department eight more
Was it the blue flu, “stress” as union president Darlene Netcoh suggests, or just the alignment of the stars? Whatever it was, when 33 Veterans Junior High School teachers called in sick … more
Applying the logic that Democratic candidate for mayor Richard Corrente is really a member of the Tea Party attempting to unseat incumbent Republican Scott Avedisian, the Rhode Island Progressive Democrats announced their support of more
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