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By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Scott Avedisian, who resigns from office today, has introduced his first no tax-increase budget, leaving incoming acting mayor Joseph Solomon and the City Council to decide whether to go along with basically level funding city 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
“If you like the way the library is run, that’s the way we’ll run City Hall.” The words are those of Gerald Carbone as he spoke to a gathering of about 20 neighbors and friends at his … more
Rep. Robert Lancia (R-Dist. 16, Cranston) is calling on the state to create a new tax exemption for income derived from military pensions in an effort to entice veterans to stay in Rhode Island. As a disabled Navy veteran I understand how difficult it" more
Toll Gate High School will hold its Rhode Island Honor Society installation Wednesday, May 16 at 6 p.m. in the Toll Gate High School auditorium. Greetings will be presented by Candace Caluori, principal of Toll Gate High School. A speech will be given by more
By JOHN HOWELL Before writing a check, Mayor Joseph Solomon said Tuesday he wants to ensure the money is in the account even though it could mean two positions - a janitor at the Warwick Public Library and the city nurse - will go unfulfilled for an 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
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Steve Merolla has been involved in crafting city budgets for 20 years now. So when he said that the FY19 budget was going to be the most difficult yet, it resonated... more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Department is laying the groundwork for a scenario in which they may elect to sue the City of Warwick over a perceived lack of adequate school funding. On Friday, May 18 the department officially released and more
By JOHN HOWELL So, unlike last year at this time, you haven't received your Warwick tax bill. No, the bills haven't slipped through the cracks. They should be in the mail early next month, City Tax Assessor Neal Dupuis said Tuesday. It's not that the more
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