Warwick Beacon
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By TIM FORSBERG Nuclear submarines in the depths of the oceans half a world away will now know their exact location thanks to technology being manufactured right here in Cranston. Last Friday, iXblue Defense Systems, alongside elected leaders and local more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Andres Gonzales and Isamar Morales are only 23 and 25 years old respectively, but both are already leaders in their fields. And although neither of them seemed particularly keen on being in the spotlight, their blossoming careers in more
By ETHAN HARTLEY With much change occurring over the course of the past few months, an overview of where the school budget currently stands has become important to clarify. As of today's paper, the schools are staring at a $4.9 million deficit for their more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Department is poised to request over $6 million from the City Council this January in the first batch of bond funding following the approval of the $40 million bond by voters earlier this month, as the school building more
By JOHN HOWELL “People ask me when I’m going to retire,” says Marilyn Serra. “What would I do? I’ve got the best job,” answers Serra, the president and CEO of the Sargent … more
RECKLESS DRIVING On November 12 at approximately 11:35 a.m. Officer Timothy Lipka responded to the area of Jefferson Boulevard and Main Avenue for a report of a hit and run crash. Dispatch had advised that the suspect vehicle was a Honda Accord, and that more
By JOHN HOWELL Each year the giving has doubled and it happened again on Friday, when Ed Medeiros and Eastern Commerce Solutions based in East Providence distributed - with the help of the Minis Make A Difference club - 1,800 food bags to about a dozen more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Need some unique holiday gift ideas or perhaps some home d cor items that add a distinct, patriotic flair to your residence - but don't want to contribute to big box stores or the global mammoth that is online shopping giant Amazon.com? more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The cleanliness of schools is an ongoing issue of importance to parents, students, teachers and administrators alike as the continuing budget impasse between the Warwick School Department and Warwick City Council lingers on now almost more
By JOHN HOWELL There's nothing that unifies Pawtuxet Village more than the bridge. It's there to bring Warwick and Cranston together in all kinds of situations - in the floods of 2010 when all other bridges over the river including Route 95 were closed; more
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