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To the Editor: This past month, the staff and customers of Coastway Community Bank and many of the readers of the Warwick Beacon lost a friend, Jim Bateman. Jim passed in March due to complications from a sudden illness, while enjoying his well-deserved more
An employee of Dockside Seafood Marketplace recently found that his only means of transportation had been stolen while he was at work. According to Dockside owner Tommy Patrick, on Monday April … more
By JOHN HOWELL Could larger airplanes and more flights result in unsafe air quality conditions near Green Airport and especially at the Winslow Park playing fields not far from the airport's longest runway that will be even longer by the end of this more
By TESSA ROY The School Committee approved Superintendent Philip Thornton's $167 million budget as is on Wednesday, but it's still unclear how it will fare when the spending package reaches the mayor's desk and followed by the City Council. On Friday, more
CRIME SPREE Warwick Police have identified John Chiellini, 43, whose last known address was in West Warwick, as the suspect responsible for three separate crimes committed between April 6 and 7. According to police reports, on April 6 at 11 p.m. a male more
By BRIAN JONES A successful, three-decade drive to save one of Warwick's most-admired but endangered landmarks will be celebrated Thursday with the first of two observances anticipating the reopening of Fair House" in historic Pawtuxet Village. With" more
By DAWN ANDERSON A bittersweet feeling filled the air on Easter Sunday as hundreds gathered for the final Mass at St. William Church in Norwood.  “I was not even going to go, figured it … more
Bob Waring has a perfect view of Narragansett Parkway near Salter Grove. In fact, he looks at it just about every morning while enjoying a cup of coffee. “I’m seeing hundreds jog by the house … more
It could have been worse A loud bang followed by a column of black smoke is how an employee of Caf Tempo at the intersection of Toll Gate and Centerville Roads described the Saturday late morning accident followed by fire to a four-unit house on Toll more
Conditions couldn’t have been better for the 30th annual Easter egg hunt sponsored Saturday by the Oakland Beach Association. Budget for the event where two groups of kids based on their ages … more
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