Warwick Beacon
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The Warwick Beacon is continuing its partnership with the Warwick Animal Shelter to help raise awareness about the dogs and cats available for adoption at its location on Arthur Devine Boulevard - this time with the aid of video. While the Beacon and its more
On Sunday, March 11, I went to the foot of Shaw Avenue in Cranston to see the new Edgewood Yacht Club. The old clubhouse, built in 1908 by Murphy, Hindle & White, withstood the 1938 hurricane and … more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On Mar. 11 at approximately 4:55 p.m. Officer Derek Mourato was driving on Bald Hill Road near Target when he saw the driver of a Jeep Grand Cherokee throw what appeared to be a nip bottle out of its window. The Jeep then more
Shannon Godbout, age 34, of Hope Valley has been charged with one count of 2nd Degree Robbery (Felony), one count of Driving Without Consent (Felony), one count of Felony Shoplifting, and one more count of Driving Without Consent (Felony) in regards to more
Blum Shapiro, an independent auditing firm from Cranston, has released the FY17 audit of the City of Warwick’s financial situation, assessing for the 16th year in a row an “unqualified audit … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick Police Department needs your help - but this time it's not to help catch a hit and run suspect or identify someone who took a hundred dollar bill that fell out of someone's pocket in front of them at Big Lots. No, this time more
By JOHN HOWELL The numbers are hard to pin down, but reports from several sources would indicate that opioid-related overdose deaths are down and may be on the decline. In a meeting Thursday with Rhode Island Secretary of Health and Human Services Eric more
By JOHN HOWELL Nathan Bishop had it all figured out. He had the money to pay his rent, buy food and buy a top of the line Jeep. Even with car payments, insurance and the cost of fuel totaling $1,900 a month, he had money to spare. Then he spun the wheel more
By JOHN HOWELL While tax reform has already reduced operating costs for National Grid, prompting the company to reconsider its request to increase base distribution rates, the increases are still too much for those appearing before the Public Utilities more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The first of 20 roundtable discussions to assess what is working well and not so well in regards to the operations of the state of Rhode Island is kicking off at 6 p.m. at Pilgrim High School on Wednesday. TogetherRI is an initiative more
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