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Mayor Joseph Solomon announced on Thursday evening that he had reached a tentative, three-year contract with the Warwick Fire Department, which had been without a contract since its last collective bargaining agreement expired on July 1, 2018. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY It took almost seven months to get here, but the financial audit for the city of Warwick's fiscal year that ended June 30, 2018 is finally out - and among many highlights garnered during a cursory read through its 194 pages, the report more
New actuarial reports analyzing the city of Warwick’s liabilities for active and retired employee healthcare and the city’s four pension plans have split officials and financial watchdogs into … more
Warwick Public Schools will need an additional $8 million next year to maintain the current level of operations, a consultant’s exhaustive audit of district operations has shown... more
Citing sentiment from constituents and a belief that Congress is being “stymied” by the administration, U.S. Rep. James Langevin on Wednesday announced his support for an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. more
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By ETHAN HARTLEY In the midst of a historically polarizing presidential administration, U.S. Marine Corps veteran and North Kingstown native Alexander McCoy has firmly chosen his side. McCoy is one of the founders of Common Defense, a civic engagement more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Could Warwick really see the construction of a brand-new high school in the near future? It's a conversation that, amidst the dreary fiscal reality that played out over the summer that nearly made school sports and after school more
It has been estimated including 44 firefighters in the richer of the two pension plans could cost taxpayers an additional $2.6 million. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Warwick schools open for the 2019/20 school year this Thursday for K-6 and ninth grade students, with all students beginning on Friday. It will mark the end of a drama-filled summer that was rife with uncertainty regarding whether or not more
By JOHN HOWELL Last spring, Mayor Joseph Solomon was singing the blues. He estimated that the city's unreserved fund balance - the rainy day fund - had melted to between $11-$14 million and that the city was facing a structural deficit going into the more
There's an irony to the nearly two-hour power outage that 275 Warwick Neck customers, including Warwick Country Club, endured last weekend. The outage, one of several in recent months, has prompted Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur to look more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Standardized test scores that measure college readiness in mathematics and English Language Arts (ELA) in Warwick have once again sparked a conversation about how student proficiency is gauged in the city and whether or not students are more
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