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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
Elementary school stars shine Cedar Hill Principal Dr. Colleen Mercurio K - Callie Nelson 1 - Colin DelPrete 2 - Ali Samii 3 - Andrew Bacon 4 - Joshua Maynard 5 - Marcus … more
To the Editor: I have received a number of calls and emails regarding an expansion proposal by the owners of the Shell station on the corner of Main and Greenwich Avenues. A major part of the proposal is to add a Dunkin' Donuts drive through, which has more
Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur had a pet phrase as chairman of the Council Sewer Review Commission: “We can’t keep kicking the can down the road.” He was right about that. Sewer construction … more
On every Thanksgiving since 1972, the Bishop Hendricken and Toll Gate football teams have squared off on the gridiron, but that won't be the case this year. Hendricken will be idle for the first time since 1971 as the Titans more
It looks just like it did before the fire, but looks can be deceiving. The new Building C of Westgate condominiums on Quaker lane is remarkably similar, yet vastly different, than the structure that was rapidly consumed by fire on March more
It's tough to get touches when you're behind arguably the two best running backs in the state. That has been a reality for Hendricken junior Devin Rivet, who has taken a back seat to standout rushers Matt DiTondo and Kwity more
On April 11, 1840, a severe rainstorm that lasted two days hit Johnston. Water behind the then upper Simmonsville dam rose, and on the morning of the 13th, the dike gave way. A wall of water 11 feet high rushed downstream, collapsing another dam and more
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