Warwick Beacon
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SHOPLIFTING On November 16 at approximately 5:45 p.m. Officer Anthony D'Abrosca was dispatched to the Greenwich Avenue Stop & Shop for a report of a shoplifting with a male suspect in custody. At the scene the officer met with an asset protection more
By JOHN HOWELL Sometimes when things break they go from bad to worse, and sometimes you get lucky. The Warwick Sewer Authority and the city got a bit of both when a pipe in Sandy Lane collapsed Thanksgiving eve, causing backups in 11 residences. The more
By JOHN HOWELL It's a good thing that the windows of St. Kevin School caught the eye of Father Robert Marciano Saturday afternoon. The windows were fogged with moisture. Father Marciano investigated, discovering the school a steam bath. Water was pooled more
By JOHN HOWELL Lyndsay Sears reluctantly talks about her son, Banner, not because she doesn't want to talk about the rare disease he has, but because she knows she'll start crying. It's hard to imagine she wouldn't cry. There is no known cure for ROHHAD more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Courtney Gluchacki and her husband Alphonse have taken their love of dogs and turned it into a thriving, growing business in Buttonwoods - and now Courtney's hard work has led her to be nominated for a national award in dog training. more
By JOHN HOWELL On Oct. 16 Ken Block went on WPRO's Dan Yorke show to comment on stories that the Warwick Firefighters and the city had a side deal that altered the payment for unused sick time from annual to monthly payments. Block, who unsuccessfully more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Department presented its three-year plan to the Warwick School Committee on Tuesday night, which focused on a comprehensive move away from the chaos caused by consolidation towards a student-first agenda of improved more
By ETHAN HARTLEY During a time of the year characterized by excessive consumption of food, the Rhode Island Community Food Bank's recently released 2018 status report on hunger paints an unfortunate picture as to the state of food insecurity in the more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On Nov. 15 at approximately 12:15 a.m., Officer Justin Martin and Officer Jamey Petit were dispatched to the Honey Dew Donuts at 141 Veterans Memorial Drive for the report of a possible intoxicated driver. Dispatch advised a more
By JOHN HOWELL This was not the Thanksgiving delivery anyone wished for. Wednesday morning at 8:10 the Warwick Sewer Authority got the first of several calls from an Armory Drive resident that sewage was backing up into their basement. Hardly three more
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