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James T. "Jimmy The Hat" Lancia, 73, of Warwick, passed away peacefully surrounded by family, on April 11, 2017 at the Roger Williams Medical Center. Born in Providence, he is survived by his … more
Don’t be surprised if your car mechanic doesn’t look under the hood…at least not right away. David Tibbetts should know. He’s the instructor of the auto mechanics program at the Warwick … more
Editor's note: The following letter was sent to the Beacon by Mayor Scott Avedisian in response to the letter from Carol Carr appearing in Thursday's paper. Open letter to Carol Carr: I am in receipt of your recent letter regarding the ongoing contract more
Ani Armenakyan's successes in high school track and field came to fruition on Thursday morning, when the Toll Gate senior signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her academic and athletic endeavors at the nearby more
To the Editor: At the Norwood Association meeting on April 12, Mayor Avedisian mentioned how Warwick still seemed broken up into villages and sometimes didn't seem like one city. Along those same lines, I say Rhode Island isn't really a state but is made more
By JOHN HOWELL Building the extension to Green Airport's main runway this summer is going to take moving mountains. To be more precise, it's going to take 70,000 cubic yards of earth, much of which is stockpiled in giant mounds off Main Avenue not far more
By TESSA ROY Warwick EMS Coordinator Jason Umbenhauer says a new protocol for treating stroke patients has resulted in two known successful cases since its implementation March 1. Under the protocol, patients believed to be having a stroke are first more
From the dozen suitors that came courting after Care New England and Southcoast Health System broke off merger talks in January, CNE has signed a letter of intent to be acquired by HealthCare Partners of Boston. The announcement made more
By TESSA ROY After a dispute with a neighbor on an adjacent street turned ugly, Amy Tellier has found herself in the position of having to give up three of the six dogs she cares for at her home. The whole thought of having to decide who would have to" more
STOLEN BICYCLE An employee of Dockside Seafood Marketplace recently found that his only means of transportation had been stolen while he was at work. According to Dockside owner Tommy Patrick, on Monday April 17 around 1:15 p.m., a male suspect walked more
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