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By ETHAN HARTLEY Warwick schools will no longer budget for a communications consultant as of the newest recommended budget put forth for FY19 by Superintendent Philip Thornton, finance director Anthony Ferrucci reported last Thursday during a budget more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Department is poised to request over $6 million from the City Council this January in the first batch of bond funding following the approval of the $40 million bond by voters earlier this month, as the school building more
Police are investigating harassment claims of a Warwick resident with a long history of criticizing the city administration. Rob Cote claims to have received 15 vulgar, explicit, and disturbing letters over the course of two years. He said more
To the Editor: This past month, the staff and customers of Coastway Community Bank and many of the readers of the Warwick Beacon lost a friend, Jim Bateman. Jim passed in March due to complications from a sudden illness, while enjoying his well-deserved more
Closing the gap As seen from 2,400 feet up, the final 600-foot link to a longer Green Airport runway is easily identified. Comprising an area of 70 acres, the process of extending Runway 5 to 8,700 feet has taken about two years following the relocation more
On Thursday, October 12 at 10:30 p.m., Warwick Police received a call of a suspicious male walking in the area of Major Potter Road and Quaker Lane carrying a handgun and a taser. Based on the description given, officers located the subject on Tell More more
Gianna M. Cirella, 16, passed away peacefully Wednesday November 1, 2017 at Hasbro Children’s Hospital. She was the beloved daughter of East Greenwich Deputy Chief of Police, Stanley F. … more
By KOBY GARTNER -- Lorie Andrews and her daughter-in-law, Challice Perdomo, arrive at 7 a.m. to begin preparing ingredients for the onslaught of hungry customers... more
People are sure to huff and puff about more delays to the toll gantries that were supposed to start tolling truckers this past March in order to make money to help pay for a large amount of road renovation and infrastructure repairs this summer. Although more
“I like summer school better than regular school,” says Alley Ledo, standing outside of Warwick Vets Middle School. Ledo is a student at the city’s summer school and, as of last week, had … more
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