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By ETHAN HARTLEY A report prepared by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) after their scheduled accreditation visit to Toll Gate High School this past March raised concerns about funding levels provided to the school district, more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Two state bills that would supersede a federal exemption regarding overtime pay for firefighters in Rhode Island is causing concern among municipal leaders pertaining to how the measure would financially impact cities and towns that seek more
By JOHN HOWELL The air was stale. Produce bins were less than full, and the fruit looked tired. There were no green bananas. The robot was parked in its station, its two pairs of green lights glowing. Checkout lanes were empty, but the lights were on at more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Utilizing cannibidiol - better known as CBD - to provide relief for a wide range of maladies, from chronic pain to lessening the frequency and severity of seizures in people with epilepsy, is becoming a growing trend in Rhode Island, and more
By JOHN HOWELL Since announcing last month that he is looking to move city offices into the Kentish Armory next to the Apponaug Library, the home of the Warwick Center for the Arts for the past 34 years, Mayor Joseph Solomon has neither met with the arts more
The Warwick Police Department released the following information pertaining to the incident: On August 15, 2019 at approximately 8:32 a.m. the Warwick Police Department responded to the area of … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Over the course of nearly four hours, including public comments, the Warwick School Department presented its $173.6 million budget during the first budget hearing for FY2020 held at City Hall Tuesday night, outlining a need that they more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick City Council on Monday approved a resolution brought forward by Ward 8 Councilman Anthony Sinapi for a vote of no confidence in Warwick Public Schools Finance Director Anthony Ferrucci. The vote passed 5-2, with Council more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Two men walk into the Warwick Tax Collector's office in the newly re-opened Buttonwoods Community Center and start filming people as they pay their taxes. They don't answer questions from city employees inquiring what they're up to, but more
By JOHN HOWELL It closed as a Warwick school in 2008 and, despite a year when rented to the Rhode Island School for the Deaf, Christopher Rhodes School has sat vacant, a target for vandals and an irresistible temptation - at least for some children - as more
By JOHN HOWELL Bigger planes, additions to the terminal, relocated and wider taxiways and another parking garage are all part of the plan for the future of Green Airport. But longer runways and the acquisition of additional homes were not on the agenda more
By JOHN HOWELL The citizens group spawned in the wake of the city's recent revaluation where homes valued between $150,000 and the mid-$200,0000 range three years ago saw the greatest increase in valuations will meet Wednesday at the Warwick Public more
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