Warwick Beacon
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By ETHAN HARTLEY Despite their contracts not expiring until next summer, the Warwick School Committee voted 4-1 to extend the contracts of Superintendent Philip Thornton, Chief Academic Officer Sheryl Rabbitt, Finance Director Anthony Ferrucci and Human more
By JOHN HOWELL Dianne Stein was delighted when she found the building on West Shore Road. It was a straight line down Centerville Road, through Apponaug and under the trestle to West Shore Road, a total of 2.2 miles from the exit on Route 95. This is more
By ETHAN HARTLEY For parents of a graduating high school senior, there are very few things that could prevent them from witnessing their child receive their diploma and share in their moment of achievement. Unfortunately, for Donna Ortiz and Carlos more
By Peder Schaefer Silent in action, but loud in meaning, students from across Rhode Island gathered at the State House Wednesday to protest for better gun laws that could protect schools. The students, about 50, were rallying in favor of the Safe more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On June 9 at approximately 4:32 p.m. Officers Ali Jaafar and Justin Martin responded to a hit and run in progress that was occurring in the Atlantic area of Warwick Avenue. The reporting party said that a woman had rear-ended more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick Police union (FOP Lodge No. 7) has indicated that about 37 police officers (more than 20 percent of the department's 172 uniformed officers) are considering retirement due to uncertainty regarding a new collective bargaining more
By JOHN HOWELL Joe Piscopio just sold the hotel that is the marquis for City Centre Warwick for $25 million. Now he plans to build another hotel behind it. The Hilton Garden Inn and the adjacent Iron Works Tavern built on the site of the R.I. Malleable more
Text and photos by JOHN HOWELL It was a glorious burning, the best in years. But then, everything about this year's Gaspee Days was glorious, not just the ceremonial burning of the British ship that ran aground off Namquid Point while pursuing the more
FLAG STOLEN At approximately 12:20 a.m. on June 6, Officers Christopher Fernandes and Jamey Petit were dispatched to the Top of the Bay restaurant for a larceny in progress. The owner of the restaurant stated to the Police Communications Center that a more
By JOHN HOWELL Friday was the kind of day commencement planners, graduates and their families pray for: ideal weather. And surely, there had to be some prayers. But there were prayers, too, during Hendricken High School graduation ceremonies where 209 more
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