Warwick Beacon
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By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The City of Warwick has named a new city tax assessor, following the resignation of Christopher Celeste over a “hiring issue” in December. more
DISORDERLY On March 23 at approximately 5:30 p.m. Officer Robert King responded to the report of a disturbance while working detail at the Warwick Mall in the area of the H&M store. While en route to the disturbance, he was notified that mall security more
The warmth of good news The wind was out of the south, but that didn't mean it was warm. It was spitting big raindrops. Nonetheless, the message of Easter brought warmth to those who gathered Easter morning before 7 for the pageantry of the service more
BREAKING AND ENTERING On March 21 at approximately 11:57 p.m., Officers Adam Arico and John Zaborski were dispatched to the Post Road Walt's Roast beef for a reported burglar alarm. After arriving on scene the officer began an exterior check of the more
It started with two and now there are five. They’ve been dubbed the “gang of five,” but no question they would welcome others to join their ranks. They are bound by the causes they support, … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has announced that Warwick-based Jade Manufacturing Company Inc. has been selected as the 2018 Small Business of the Year. Jade Manufacturing, which specializes in the manufacturing of more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The hot-button topic in American education lately is safety, and Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) Commissioner Ken Wagner was measured in his response to how RIDE is reacting to a wave of activism - primarily from the students more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Commissioner of the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) Ken Wagner stopped by the Beacon office on Good Friday to discuss the state of education in Rhode Island, touching on everything from better preparing students for success more
By JOHN HOWELL When the Zoning Board of Review considers the appeal of the Planning Board decision that a proposed three-story 630-unit self-storage facility would not be compatible to neighboring Norwood residences, the proceedings will be more like a more
Pam Goes says her 30-year-old son, Paul, “reminds you of a three-year-old toddler.” He doesn’t speak. He doesn’t tell you if he doesn’t feel well, if his diaper is wet or if someone has … more
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