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By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Should the Warwick Fire Department consider moving to a three-platoon, 24-hour work shift system, similar to what East Greenwich voted to do on Monday? more
By JOHN HOWELL Ending ongoing speculation he would not seek reelection to take a post in state government, Mayor Scott Avedisian told his department directors Wednesday morning that he planned to accept the job of RIPTA CEO if the board approved the more
By JOHN HOWELL & ETHAN HARTLEY -- Identifying the condition of city streets as a top priority and an issue that will resonate with the electorate, the City Council approved Saturday morning a $316.3 million budget, an increase of $5.6 million from the more
Mayor Scott Avedisian, who has been mayor in Warwick since 2000, might officially be leaving office pending a vote by the RIPTA board, sources have confirmed. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Civilian critics of the Warwick Fire Department have released more information from their analytical deep dive into the department's activity in FY17, this time targeting shift swapping. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Two Irish companies are gearing up to conduct their first business in the United States, with Warwick as their entry point to the country, following the mayor's trade mission to Ireland in September. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY City Council President Joseph Solomon has a lot of work ahead of him in the coming weeks. With 18-year Mayor Scott Avedisian officially taking a position as CEO of the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority, and reporting on Wednesday more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- On Monday evening the Warwick City Council stayed a vote on a resolution forwarded by Mayor Scott Avedisian, sponsored by Ward 8 councilman Joseph Gallucci, on behalf of the Warwick School Department to approve plans for an $85 million bond for school repairs. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY City Council President Steve Merolla said on Monday that the Rhode Island Public Expenditures Council (RIPEC) would be, at the behest of Acting Mayor Joseph Solomon, performing analyses of all city departments to try and better assess more
By JOHN HOWELL -- In a press release, the city administration cautioned that because one sanitation truck is out of commission there could be delays in collections. more
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