Warwick Beacon
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By JOHN HOWELL Once the first of extended stay hotels in Warwick, the Marriott Residence Inn, more like a village than a hotel, is undergoing an extensive $3.5 million renovation as the Sonesta ES Suites. Community members and business representatives more
When Jody King teaches, he likes to show people his hands. They’re working hands, rough and calloused, dark from the sun, and strong from years of raking quahogs in Narragansett Bay. Jody is a … more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On June 1 at approximately 10:53 p.m. Sergeant Jedidiah Pineau was driving down Post Road, in the area Ann & Hope, when he observed a Ford truck swerving between lanes and driving 10 miles per hour under the speed limit of 35 more
By ETHAN HARTLEY T.F. Green Airport is experiencing some turbulence in the wake of its lobbying to get a 7 percent excise tax on jet fuel passed through the Rhode Island legislature in order to increase revenue and continue on a path of growth, which has more
By JOHN HOWELL It's been a couple of months since police and municipal employee unions approved contracts that would carry them through the next three years, yet it won't be until after their current employment agreements expire on June 30 before the more
By JOHN HOWELL Toll Gate and Pilgrim graduates were given plenty of advice before crossing the stage to receive their diplomas in ceremonies Tuesday and Wednesday at CCRI, but only time will tell whether they will spend less time on their smart phones, more
By ETHAN HARTLEY In their last meeting of their inaugural year, the Pilgrim Political Involvement Club welcomed Mayor Joseph Solomon on Tuesday afternoon into the classroom to talk about all things Warwick - including his hopes to be elected to a full more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On May 20 at approximately 7:16 p.m., Officer Brian Fontaine and other members of the department were dispatched to the area of the Greenwood Bridge for a report of an operator driving under the influence in progress. Dispatch more
By ETHAN HARTLEY City Council President Steve Merolla said on Monday that the Rhode Island Public Expenditures Council (RIPEC) would be, at the behest of Acting Mayor Joseph Solomon, performing analyses of all city departments to try and better assess more
By JOHN HOWELL & ETHAN HARTLEY Identifying the condition of city streets as a top priority and an issue that will resonate with the electorate, the City Council approved Saturday morning a $316.3 million budget, an increase of $5.6 million from the more
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