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By ETHAN HARTLEY School and city officials, including Superintendent Philip Thornton, Mayor Joseph Solomon, City Council President Steve Merolla and School Committee Chairwoman Bethany Furtado met on Monday morning to continue discussions regarding the more
By ETHAN HARTLEY While a meeting was finally held between city officials from the Warwick City Council, Mayor Joseph Solomon and administrators from the Warwick School Department, there is still a long road ahead before the school department's budgetary more
Mayor Joseph Solomon announced Wednesday afternoon that bids will be solicited this winter in preparation for extensive upgrades to the playground at Salter Grove Memorial Park, located off Narragansett Parkway. The project will be funded through a more
By ETHAN HARTLEY According to Democratic gubernatorial candidate Matt Brown, a vote for him is not simply a vote for a new governor, but for a different direction; one that puts the people of Rhode Island first and looks to correct a political system more
By JOHN HOWELL Thanks to a $633,789 Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG), the Warwick Fire Department will acquire a tandem-axle heavy duty rescue vehicle to replace a 26-year-old medium duty model, which in 2016 alone responded to more than 1,600 more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A third-party auditing duo has confirmed in their finalized report - now available to the public - that the Warwick School Department needs a little more than $4 million in additional funding from the city of Warwick to meet its obligations. more
In a press release issued Wednesday, Mayor Joseph J. Solomon announced he is exploring a series of initiatives that will “help to further improve the efficiency and transparency of government … more
Mayor Joseph J. Solomon will join Chris Stack, owner of the first SONIC drive-in restaurant franchise location in Warwick, employees and customers for a grand opening celebration/ribbon cutting on Friday at 2 p.m. The restaurant is located at 1134 Bald more
By JOHN HOWELL Sometimes when things break they go from bad to worse, and sometimes you get lucky. The Warwick Sewer Authority and the city got a bit of both when a pipe in Sandy Lane collapsed Thanksgiving eve, causing backups in 11 residences. The more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Safety improvements, roofs and accessibility are three of the key areas school department officials hope to address should Warwick voters approve a $40 million bond on Nov. 6. more
By JOHN HOWELL In July Jackie Baginski gave up her job with the ambulance company she, her parents and her brother started in order to follow, at least for the immediate future, her passion for politics. She's done that before, fundraising for candidates more
By JOHN HOWELL The hardwood floors of City Council Chambers are slightly cupped and there's some paint flaking from the ceiling. Gone are the dehumidifiers and fans that were placed strategically throughout the chambers up until Wednesday in response to more
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