Warwick Beacon
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To the Editor: I have been a resident of Warwick for over 50 years, so I am well invested in this community. My children attended Warwick Schools and have all grown into successful adults. At present, I am very concerned with the state of education in more
Rocky Hill School seniors Megan Caruso of Warwick and Jamie Frost of Narragansett have received Letters of Commendation from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. About 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation are being more
There's a circular theme to Apponaug that is being emphasized with the construction of walled enclosures in the center of roundabouts replacing the village's conventional intersections. The westbound lane of the Veterans Memorial Drive more
Two Rhode Island women have released a new guide to dating for a unique demographic. Andrea DiMattia and Loretta Becker co-authored Women, Do You Know What You Really Want?, a fun, lighthearted book for lesbians. DiMattia, a highly more
The elementary consolidation process showed no signs of slowing despite pleas to put the brakes on the plan to close Randall Holden and Wickes Schools and re-purpose John Brown Francis School as the district's early childhood center. A vote more
STONE COLD Officer Steven Moretti was dispatched to Burgoyne Drive around 6 p.m. on September 23 for a larceny report. Upon arrival he met with the victim who stated that sometime between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m. that prior evening, a cement gargoyle statue more
Warwick Water Division crews have been out with cans of blue spray paint and have already marked the location of nearly 300 valves in preparation to carry out threats to shut off water unless payments are made on delinquent bills, Water more
The CCRI women's soccer team hosted the No. 16-ranked (NJCAA D-I poll) Lady Tribunes of Monroe Community College from Rochester, New York, on Saturday in Lincoln. CCRI fell to the Lady Tribunes, 4-3, in overtime. With the loss, the Lady Knights drop to more
It’s been a mess with mistakes made by both parties. That’s how City Tax Assessor Christopher Celeste characterized the back tax fiasco with the House of Hope that promises to be resolved … more
In East Greenwich, a new concept in nursing home care, is moving along well. Staff is now being hired and applications for residency being accepted. Career Fairs will be held for Nurses and Certified Nursing more
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