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An estimated 4,000 people with intellectual or developmental disabilities will face increasingly inferior services unless the state takes action to increase the $10.82 hourly rate paid 3,500 direct care professionals. more
If he had it all to do over again, Superintendent Philip Thornton would still inform parents of a potential sickout by teachers and school closure as he did last Wednesday. Warwick Teachers Union President Darlene Netcoh labeled the sickout a rumor" and" more
Elizabeth and John Frampton say their son was only 10 years old when a trusted mentor offered to help him put on a Halloween costume, brought him into a bathroom, locked the door, and molested him. We wanted a good life for [our son] and an" more
CAR ACCIDENT A driver recently involved in a car crash that injured two was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence. Officer Aaron Kay along with other members of the department were dispatched to the intersection of Post Road and Warwick more
To the Editor: To all those who may consider writing a letter to the editor: beware! No longer is free speech met with responding free speech; it is now commonly met with thinly veiled attempts to physically intimidate those who exercise the rights more
Growing up, Kwity Paye heard often that playing Division I football may be out of reach for him. That only made the now 6-foot-4, 230-pound defensive force work harder throughout the years. I feel like I always knew I could" more
Joyce and I are Jack Reacher fans, having read most of Lee Child’s novels about the iconic, ex-military loner who wanders the country saving people and beating up bad guys. While we enjoyed the … more
When the Beacon last spoke with Barbara Lyons Croker a year and a half ago, she had undergone 43 surgeries during the last 15 years in her fight against Dercum's disease, an extremely rare and debilitating disorder in which fluid and more
When it comes to providing the best care for patients, Dr. Robert E. Baute doesn't compromise. That was the message as the Kent Hospital Cardiac Catheterization Lab was dedicated to the man who fought so hard to make it a reality. Baute more
There's no going back. The die was cast at least a decade ago, when after public hearings where roundabouts were touted as the wave of the future, they were adopted as the solution to Apponaug traffic. It all made perfect sense. Instead of coming to a more
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