October 23, 2014
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GATHERING SIGNATURES: Republican mayoral …
When Stacia Petri became disenchanted with her property taxes, she started asking questions, and she started attending City Council meetings. That was more than four years ago. Now Petri is … more
Mayor Scott Avedisian is running for re-election and he may face a contest after all. Although he held a fundraiser earlier this year, signaling that he would likely be a candidate for office, he … more
With the lowest bid running $1 million more than the $2 million projected cost, the city has elected to go back to the drafting table for a Potowomut fire station. Last week, the city rejected all … more
YOU CAN SEE FOREVER: Now cleared of debris, …
“Come with your family…come with your friends.” That’s the invitation the state is making as it reopens 82 acres of the former Rocky Point amusement park on Saturday, Oct. 25. The … more
If the mayor and the City Council were to fund the budget requests of every department for the upcoming fiscal year starting July 1, including the request of the School Committee, taxpayers would … more
JUST A SHORT HOP: The Tidewater Drive bridge …
Riverview and the Bayside sections of the city will lose one of two major accesses starting Monday when the Mill Creek Bridge on Tidewater Drive is closed for an estimated nine months. The existing … more
HOW IT IS GOING TO WORK: Elementary school …
When students return to classes tomorrow, they’ll hear how they’ll be tested on Chromebook laptop computers, rather than on paper, as the district phases out the NECAP tests and transitions to … more
READY FOR THE QUESTIONS: Mayor Scott Avedisian …
Taxes, the city’s pension liabilities, school consolidation, the future of Rocky Point and the relationship between the community and T.F. Green Airport were among the topics raised as Republican … more
#1 SPORTS FAN: George Landrie, the new president …
In June 1974, George Landrie’s last day of 6th grade at Hoxsie Elementary, he decided to become a teacher. Having a rougher childhood than many, Landrie found sanctuary in school. Teachers had … more
A citizens group that regularly attends City Council meetings and has made a practice of commenting on operations of the Warwick Sewer Authority and the city’s “legacy costs” in terms of … more
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