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DEMONSTRATION: Dozens of fast-food workers, …
Joining a nationwide campaign, local fast-food workers took part in a demonstration at the Wendy’s Restaurant location on Warwick Avenue in Warwick last Thursday to call for a $15 hourly wage and … more
Felony charges against Ward 7 Councilman Charles “CJ” Donovan have been dropped after his arrest on June 25 for operating a vehicle and carrying a weapon while intoxicated. Donovan, 43, is in … more
SUPPORTS PLAN: Apponaug Improvement Association …
Darlene Williamson had a one-word question of those who propose to develop a 127-room boutique hotel overlooking Apponaug Cove, “Why?” Raymond D’Abate, who proposes developing the 5-acre … more
It could be called the perfect storm of tax sales, although that’s of little consolation to the more than 900 Warwick property owners who face having a lien placed on their property this Friday. … more
LOOKING FOR ANSWERS: Councilman Edgar Ladouceur …
A council committee charged with setting a plan to correct inconsistencies in sewer assessments and develop a plan for sewer extension may not come up with answers that satisfy everyone. But that’s … more
When Cheryl Marinosci showed up to Pilgrim High School early Tuesday to register her son for summer school, she and the other parents were shocked to learn the tuition had increased by $50. “I … more
BACK AT IT: Dennis Mullen, director of secondary …
On Tuesday afternoon, School Superintendent Richard D’Agostino called on the long term facilities planning committee to develop a realistic vision of what the school system should look like in the … more
Yesterday, as the Long-Term Facilities Planning Committee was preparing for their third and final high school tour, Warwick School administrators felt the tours were an important step moving toward a … more
The Warwick Police Department will join local law enforcement officers and highway safety advocates for a Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement mobilization, May 18 through May 24. Officers … more
PONDERING THE POSSIBILITIES: Chief of staff Mark …
Ed Ladouceur, the Ward 5 councilman who has pushed for $56 million to extend sewers and make upgrades to the wastewater treatment plant, has changed his thinking on sewer assessments. Until a … more
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