Warwick Beacon
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John “Jack” Fay was a “man of habit,” according to Warwick Detective Capt. Joseph Hopkins. A 66-year-old father, retired postal worker and Vietnam veteran, Fay’s routine included jogging … more
What makes us laugh? Some seek out edgy humor or crave political jokes. In other cases, audiences prefer their comedy clean. Funny 4 Funds, a comedy fundraising company that has helped local … more
KEEPING THEM CONTAINED: Victoria Minicucci, a shelter volunteer, had the enviable role of a referee, which basically meant she got to cuddle the puppies that tried to escape from the turf field enclosure in the heat of their playing. SUPER MOM: Leslie more
Col. Rick Rathbun may take some time to settle into his new role as police chief in Warwick, and that’s according to his own words. “I’m getting used to it. It’s been a little strange,” … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The New England Patriots pulled off the victory that rendered all their hard work throughout a year following the crushing disappointment of a Super Bowl loss last February worth it - and they did it by playing lights out defense for a more
By JOHN HOWELL Chuck Lanigan had his suspicions when the State Police pulled away from the hangars on Airport Road. Why would they be leaving when the Patriots were due to arrive any minute? Lanigan's intuition paid off Monday afternoon when south of the more
SHOPLIFTING On January 28 at approximately 8:35 p.m. Officer Anthony D'Abrosca was dispatched to the Bald Hill Road Macy's for a report of a shoplifting. At the store he met with a loss prevention associate who stated that approximately 7:30 p.m. she more
A group of citizens have made plans to thank Col. Stephen M. McCartney for the nearly 20 years he served at Warwick Police Chief at a reception in his honor and start a fund to benefit the department. The reception will be held Thursday, March 14 from more
By JOHN HOWELL When the City Council approved a resolution calling on the General Assembly to approve legislation giving the city $900,000 in payment in lieu of taxes (PILOT) as the host city of Green Airport, the immediate reaction of the Rhode Island more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The relationship between the Warwick School Department and the City Council has seen better days, and school department officials are now concerned about being able to fund needed capital projects for the next two summers within a more
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