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John L. Mitchell Jr., 58, an employee for Greenwich Insulation for many years, passed away Thursday, August 10, 2017 at Kent Hospital. He was the beloved husband of Monica C. “Tina” (Savory) … more
To the Editor: June Flori sent a letter to the Beacon about the difficulties in using the roundabout, which she mistakenly calls a rotary. A roundabout calls for reduced speeds due to the smaller diameter than a rotary. This is so typical of people in more
Robert J. Willard, 61, a retired toolmaker, passed away Monday, August 7, 2017 at Greenwood Center in Warwick. He was the beloved husband of Kathleen J. (Leach) Willard for 30 years. Born in … more
Mary Ellen Grady, 57, of Warwick, a Sales Associate in the Electrical Industry, died Monday, August 7, 2017 at Rhode Island Hospital in Providence. Born in Warwick, she was a daughter of the … more
Tracy Ann Petrarca-Petrella, 47, passed away in August of 2017. Born in Providence, she was a loving daughter of the late Frank A. Petrarca, Jr. and Carol A. (Fleming) Petrarca, and stepdaughter … more
Toasting 100 years On Tuesday morning, Mayor Scott Avedisian invited fellow Providence College alumni to City Hall for a photograph session to honor the 100th anniversary of the founding of Providence College. After the formal photographs, Mayor more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The New England Patriots have long been trendsetters - pioneering schemes, plays and personnel groupings that have caused heartbreak and migraines for opposing coaches. Now they're the first to buy their own planes to travel to games. more
By JACQUELYN MOOREHEAD -- Gov. Gina Raimondo flagged $4 million of the 2017 budget to combat the opioid crisis plaguing Rhode Island and enlisted a task force to confront the complicated issues surrounding the problem. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- It's almost ready after more than a decade of various proposals, public hearings and even a lawsuit initiated by the City Council. On Monday sometime around 10 p.m., the new runway extension at T.F. Green will be officially unveiled. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur is arguing that it is “only fair” that the city pay for the cost of repaving roads when sewers are brought to a neighborhood, not the homeowners and businesses that will gain sewers. more
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