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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 The citywide revaluation that reflected the hot housing market of the past three years and in many cases resulted in higher taxes - as well as the ongoing city budget debate and threat of lost school programs including sports - doesn't more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Since Mayor Joseph Solomon assumed mayoral duties in May of 2018 following the departure of long-tenured mayor Scott Avedisian, the perception emanating from City Hall has been one of long-awaited cohesion - an environment where the more
By JACOB MARROCCO Johnston's Ashley Cabrita left Rhode Island and came home with 22 new best friends and lessons that will last her a lifetime. Cabrita - who hold the title of Ms. Wheelchair Rhode Island - took part in the 48th Annual Ms. Wheelchair 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 ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick City Council and Warwick School Committee, on Monday and Tuesday evenings respectively, passed resolutions that, on the surface, appear to pave the way for an allocation of about $4 million from the city in order for the more
By JOHN HOWELL It’s taken its “sweet” time, but the first ears of Warwick-grown corn are here. There’s not an abundance of corn yet. Rain that is in the forecast and temperatures in the … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Despite more than an hour of public testimony in opposition to the appointments of Kevin Murphy and Kelly McElroy - who are both unrelated to but nonetheless strongly connected to Mayor Joseph Solomon through personal relationships - as more
By JOHN HOWELL You couldn't make up what Joel Gerstenblatt was faced with. As the city municipal court judge since 1995, Gerstenblatt has dealt with some controversial issues such as the woman who insisted that the items she had rescued on refuse more
By JOHN HOWELL More of the same, with ongoing efforts to improve, would best characterize how Dr. James Fanale sees the Rhode Island health care scene following the announcement Tuesday that Care New England is withdrawing from talks with Lifespan and more
By JOHN HOWELL Randall Holden School is to have a new life as offices for Westbay Community Action under an agreement worked out between Mayor Joseph J. Solomon and Paul Salera, president and CEO of the agency serving residents of Warwick, East more
By JOHN HOWELL Nicole Spirito knows what kids like when temperatures kick into the high 80s. It's water. So it's no wonder that H2O and swim were two of the more popular programs Monday at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Warwick Summer Camp, held at the more
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