Warwick Beacon
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Text and Photos By JOHN HOWELL It used to be that running in and out of the water - all of about a 45-second experience - was enough exercise and craziness to usher in the New Year. Ryan McGowan of Laid-back Fitness has changed that and in the process more
By JOHN HOWELL There were plenty of inferences to be drawn from Tuesday's inaugural ceremonies above Post Road in the Interlink Skywalk. It was symbolic of how Mayor Scott Avedisian, Warwick's only elected Republican official, will need to reach across more
By JOHN HOWELL Everything looks to be in place for the new owners of Norton's Marina to start dredging a channel for a travel lift. According to K. Joseph Shekarchi, attorney for Prime Marina East Greenwich, the Florida-based company has already gained more
By TESSA ROY Commonwealth House, a new premier assisted living facility, looks small from the street. But inside, it's significantly bigger than one might think a one-story ranch to be, boasting spacious bedrooms, lots of natural light, accessible more
By TIM FORSBERG It was a walk in the park for the more than 400 participants who took part in this year's First Day Hike at Rocky Point. Hikers across the country started their year off on the right foot by joining First Day Hike events organized by the more
Dipping isn't for the dogs Sue Parker and her husband, Harry, weren't chicken, although they were dressed like them New Year's Day. Both of them made the Little Rhodie Bully Breed Club plunge at City Park. About 60 other dog lovers and advocates of the more
By TESSA ROY The East Greenwich Animal Protection League, which has had homes in East Greenwich, Cranston and Warwick might finally have a permanent home. After four location changes - each move meaning transporting animals, equipment, computers, more
`Tis the season for mass consumption, and with it comes massive quantities of waste. The Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (RIRRC) is prepared for the influx of holiday rubbish at the Central Landfill in Johnston, and they're more
Was it the blue flu, “stress” as union president Darlene Netcoh suggests, or just the alignment of the stars? Whatever it was, when 33 Veterans Junior High School teachers called in sick … more
The city administration started an 18-week academy for fire recruits knowing that possibly more recruits could graduate than there were jobs in the department. And that's what happened. A class of 24 graduated, giving the department eight more
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