Warwick Beacon
1986 results total, viewing 51 - 60
By ETHAN HARTLEY Almost 75 years ago to the day, Staff Sergeant Raymond W. Barnes took off around 8 a.m. as part of a 10-man crew in his designated B-17 Flying Fortress to lead an aerial force of 500 other planes for a bombing run targeting submarines in more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Although their campaigns were never short on confidence, the nervous energy was apparent at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick on Tuesday evening as a mid-sized crowd of supporters for Rhode Island Republican candidates awaited polling results more
By JOHN HOWELL With their campaigns coming down to today's vote, candidates for mayor spent the weekend making final adjustments to cover the polls and attending events such as the Pilgrim football game that was played Sunday and Saturday's candidates more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On October 26 at approximately 12:44 a.m., Sergeant Randy Francis along with Officer Christopher Gillis were on an impaired driver detail and traveling east on Airport Road when they observed a vehicle traveling west at a high more
By JOHN HOWELL Bill Johnson has a recipe for pancakes, and he's using it to thank veterans for what they have done for this country. The Hendricken High School teacher and coach is the force behind the third annual pancake breakfast to held Monday, Nov. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Over the summer, the Warwick School Department projected a deficit for the first time in Anthony Ferrucci's seven-year tenure as finance director. However, documents sent ahead of a special school committee meeting to be held this more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Differences of opinion, or misunderstandings of city policy - depending on whom you ask - regarding how schools recycle or dispose of unneeded furniture and materials sparked another dispute between Warwick Public School administrators more
By JOHN HOWELL In what is the hottest exchange of the mayoral campaign, Republican candidate Sue Stenhouse charged this week that Mayor Joseph Solomon and the City Council are responsible for the highest tax increase in 26 years, with Solomon countering more
By JOHN HOWELL Turn back the clock to April of this year and the race for mayor looked like it would be a tumultuous ride. Mayor Scott Avedisian's surprised everyone with his decision to leave the post after 18 years to accept the top job at the Rhode more
By ETHAN HARTLEY School committee candidates gathered at the Pilgrim Political Involvement Club on Tuesday afternoon for their final public forum prior to Tuesday's election, reiterating points during last week's Beacon forum but also bringing in some more
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