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By JOHN HOWELL The School Committee's action to cut $6.6 million from its budget including the loss of 25 jobs, elimination for funding for the mentor program and possible charging of $1 a day for school bus rides is sending shock waves through the more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A hearing scheduled for last night's City Council meeting in which the Warwick School Department would have presented its results from a third-party audit that analyzed its fiscal and programmatic practices was postponed in light of more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Warwick Police detectives are seeking input from anybody who may have more information about a trespassing incident that turned into a demolition derby of temporarily stolen DPW vehicles last week. more
By JOHN HOWELL With the Democratic primary having determined the matchup for the mayoral election, Republican Sue Stenhouse opened her campaign headquarters Friday with a message that Warwick voters deserve the leadership that has the resolve and more
By JOHN HOWELL Sixty percent of work on Phase III of Governor Francis sewers is completed, with most of the pipe in the ground and crews now concentrating on stubs for home connections. But the cost to the homeowners, projected at $21,000, remains a more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Last Thursday, Democratic mayoral candidates Gerald Ged" Carbone and Richard Corrente sat down in front of panelists from the Warwick Beacon and cameras from PEG-RI public access television in Providence to provide insights into why" more
National Night Out has become an Oakland Beach tradition, an occasion for community groups to spread awareness and, in many cases, provide some great entertainment. Once again, the event held Tuesday … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The next saga in the Warwick school budget crisis has been written, but once again the future remains uncertain. On Monday morning Mayor Joseph Solomon sent out a press release through his office reporting that the city had offered $1.75 more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Newly elected Ward 8 City Councilman Anthony Sinapi was probably wishing he had at least chosen to wear a nice pair of slacks on Monday night, as he was invited by Council President Steve Merolla to take his Ward 9 chair and watch the more
By ETHAN HARTLEY There are some unintended benefits that can occur when your dog runs away and you have to run through the neighborhood to catch him, especially if you're running for school committee in the upcoming election. Talk about a good way to" more
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