Warwick Beacon
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YOU'LL SHOOT YOUR EYE OUT A suspect who may have watched the movie A Christmas Story one too many times was recently arrested for stealing a BB gun. On November 19 at approximately 5:07 p.m., Officer Walter Larson was dispatched to the Bald Hill Road more
By HARRY KANE It's beginning to look like a lot like a Thanksgiving tradition at Bishop Hendricken High School, where faculty members hosted a charitable community turkey luncheon for the second straight year to praise the gift of life, raise the cup of more
One college student is making an effort to help Warwick children learn to enjoy healthier food choices. Rachel Hobbs, a senior at the University of Rhode Island from Billerica, Massachusetts, spent time at Wyman School as part of her more
By JOHN HOWELL The yard looks like Frank Picozzi can't finish a do-it yourself project. Giant hoops reach over his driveway like he started to build a carport, only it's entirely open. Zip ties hold strings of plastic icicles to the fence running along more
By JOHN HOWELL With 39 miles of coastline and numerous coves - the largest being Warwick Cove - it's no wonder that Warwick is home port to more boats than any other municipality in the state. Yet, Warwick hasn't updated its harbor management plan in 15 more
By TESSA ROY The holiday season is a happy one for so many people across Rhode Island. But some cannot afford to celebrate the same way many of us do. That's why organizations across the state are trying to make the season a little brighter for more
Saint Elizabeth Community, which last conducted a major capital campaign 15 years ago, publicly announced last Tuesday a $4.5 million campaign to address a series of projects. During the … more
Earle the Service Dog is fast becoming a media celebrity and spokesdog for well trained and properly socialized service dogs. The cheerful and calm yellow lab had his 15 minutes of fame recently when a photo of him greeting Vice President-Elect Mike more
To the Editor: This letter is in response to Mr. Johnson's personally rotten, pathetic, cowardly and vindictive (no surprise here), letter to the Beacon (11/22/16). It was directed against me, the hard-working, distinguished, decent, honorable and caring more
ARSONIST STRIKES On November 14 at approximately 2:17 a.m., Officer Ali Jaafar was dispatched to Asylum Road for a report that there were bags of leaves on fire in front of a residence. Another leaf bag fire was also reported at the same time on more
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