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By JOHN HOWELL A proposal that the Warwick Sewer Authority seeks to lower the cost of sewers for 937 Bayside property owners by using conventional means of construction has outraged a member of the Narragansett Indians and runs counter to an agreement more
By JOHN HOWELL Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur was in his business office Saturday morning with papers spread in front of him. Sheets were sorted by group of retirees whose names were followed by a designated pension plan - whether police, fire or more
By JUDI COSENTINO More than two-dozen students enrolled in the Lifesaver program at Pilgrim High School participated in a special training session – dubbed “Stop the Bleed” – in the school … more
The notion that the number of people actively participating in the Catholic faith in Rhode Island has been declining has been observed for some time now, but recently the Roman Catholic Diocese of … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A proposed development that would reshape the Wildes Corner area of Warwick - which used to contain Benny's and now is slated to become the spot of the newest Dave's Marketplace, which would replace the existing (and first) Dave's more
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By ETHAN HARTLEY The process to potentially build a new school in Warwick has quickly picked up steam, and now the city of Warwick officially has some skin in the game as well. The Warwick City Council unanimously voted Monday night to allot $100,000 to more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A question regarding the status of whether or not the city has hired a head legal official - known as a city solicitor - evolved into a heated back-and-forth between City Council President Steve Merolla and chief of staff to Mayor Joseph Solomon... more
If the administration can't make headway in curbing the cost of pensions and health care costs for retirees through negotiations, then City Council President Steve Merolla said he's ready to step in and do it by ordinance. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY If Warwick is to build a new high school in the near future - as has been discussed in meetings between city and school officials lately - time is of the essence, as complex details must be ironed out to ensure that looming deadlines are met... more
By BEACON STAFF An investigation remains ongoing after a Warwick Police cruiser fatally struck a pedestrian Monday night on West Shore Road. In a statement released Wednesday, police identified … more
After wondering where it came apart in June when he announced a three-year contract with no raises only to have the agreement shot down by city firefighters, Mayor Joseph Solomon announced Thursday … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Aiming to cut down on classroom distractions, teachers and administrators within Warwick Schools will have two more tools on their side as the new school year gets rolling - one rooted in policy and the other in technology. During a more
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