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Both say the numbers tell the story. But the story is different in each case. Democratic mayoral candidate Richard Corrente argues the numbers show that Warwick is in decline, and more people and businesses need to be brought to the city. more
First grade teacher Barbara Pellegrino sat in the Harold F. Scott Elementary School office on a hot September afternoon; this is the only place in the school that has air conditioning, and she was ready for a moment of relief. I'm going to" more
For Warwick residents and businesses owners who have been interested in adopting solar power but have yet to take the plunge, the city now has a special opportunity with “Solarize … more
Although he filed declaration papers, the city’s sole Republican member of the City Council, Steven A. Colantuono, has chosen not to seek re-election. An eight-year veteran of the council, … more
By JOHN HOWELL The superintendent of Warwick Schools says Tuesday's ruling by Superior Court Justice Bennett Gallo allows for the smooth opening of schools on Aug. 31, as planned, while providing for continued contract negotiations with the Warwick more
Democratic mayoral candidate Richard Corrente says bankruptcy is in Warwick's future and gives incumbent Mayor Scott Avedisian an F" on his performance. "Warwick has about three years left before it will be forced to file for bankruptcy." more
Although Fire Chief James McLaughlin said the Warwick Fire Department has had a lot of “great momentum” in the past six months, he called on recently promoted firefighters to “step up to the … more
Warwick has made headlines for its services and safety. WalletHub, a personal finance site, conducted a study analyzing key aspects of 150 cities across the nation. Financial stability, education, health, safety, economy, infrastructure and more
It was brand new and still in the box. “Aren’t you going to open it?” Alyssa Silva looked at her mother. “It’s yours,” said Michelle Santos. “It’s up to you.” Alyssa, a … more
An all-girls Hendricken is not in the school's future, at least for now. After nearly two years of consideration and a $20,000 feasibility study, Bishop Thomas Tobin has ruled out the proposal for a separate all-girls campus, which would more
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