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By ETHAN HARTLEY & JOHN HOWELL A school policy intended to help the district collect $77,000 in owed lunch debt has caused outrage and confusion on social media from parents in Warwick who are concerned that the policy shames children whose families more
By ETHAN HARTLEY For Mayor Joseph Solomon, the grass is always greener in Warwick. This isn't simply a reflection of his oft-spoken affinity for the city he resides over as mayor, but also because for the first time in recent history, the city once again more
The Warwick City Council has scheduled a special meeting for Saturday, July 20 at 3 p.m. to appropriate approximately $4 million to the Warwick School Department... more
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
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 A special meeting that would potentially allocate about $4 million to the Warwick School Department to fund sports and other crucial programs and was originally slated to occur at the City Hall Council Chambers on Saturday has been moved more
By JOHN HOWELL Nine years ago, Kent Hospital emergency room nurse Jeanette Geary didn't want to be a union member, but her co-workers voted to join the United Nurses and Allied Professionals (UNAP). Even as a non-member of the union, she and others who more
By ETHAN HARTLEY As a former city councilman and a school committee member, Bob Cushman has spent years trying to get people to listen to him as he warned about an impending fiscal doom hanging over Warwick - a cloud rooted in unsustainable retiree more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick City Council is putting the ball in the Warwick School Department's court - and it remains to be seen whether or not they're willing to play. City Council President Steve Merolla called Wednesday afternoon to report he was more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Mayor Joseph Solomon insists that the problems facing Warwick aren't insurmountable, but he also showed on Wednesday that he isn't averse to accepting help in solving those problems either. He announced Wednesday that he would be more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Warwick City Council members on Monday morning fired back at criticism of the reported plan - brokered by a mediator and described by Mayor Solomon last week - which involves using $4 million from a school pension account in order to more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Property tax bills for the first quarter of FY2020 were technically due yesterday. However, considering how some residents in Warwick only just received their bills on the original due date, the city's decision to extend the deadline to more
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