Warwick Beacon
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VANDALISM On July 2 at approximately 4:32 p.m., Officer Richard Odell responded to Papi's Tacos at 750 West Shore Road for a report of malicious damage to some vehicles. Upon arrival Officer Odell met with the reporting party, who stated that a tire on more
On the big screen There have been bigger crowds but none more amiable as the Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce held the first of its Movies in the Park series at Rocky Point with the showing of Rascal Rebel Rabbit. Food trucks, a bay breeze and more
By JOHN HOWELL Running for mayor of Warwick is not a whim for Sue Stenhouse. She was prepared to run in 2010 and, in fact, laid out her campaign to the point of designing signs, identifying those issues she wanted to focus on and developing a website. more
By MARGARET TAYLOR Gail Felix cannot possibly understand why anyone would steal from a senior center. Moreover, she can't understand why anyone would steal basic, seasonal plants right out of the garden. However, that is exactly what has been happening more
By TARA MONASTESSE Thanks to the efforts of a coalition of senior services along with the heartfelt pleas of hundreds of senior citizens, state legislators have restored $400,000 in state funding cuts to senior centers made over a decade ago. In Warwick, more
Even though the house of Barbara Carlow had already burned, and Warwick firefighters had completed their job of extinguishing the fire, they insisted to take the time to help her pick up the … more
Vincent Ferla readily admits he is not a politician, but he also believes that this may be a good thing should he become the new mayor of Warwick, a city he has called home his whole life. “I … more
By JOHN HOWELL Before writing a check, Mayor Joseph Solomon said Tuesday he wants to ensure the money is in the account even though it could mean two positions - a janitor at the Warwick Public Library and the city nurse - will go unfulfilled for an more
By JOHN HOWELL It's not difficult to imagine a new life for the sprawling Pontiac Mills any more. Walls now divide the open floors where textile machines once hummed and immigrant workers, first from Sweden and later Ireland, put in 12-hour days to more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The administrators of the Warwick School Department and the members of the Warwick School Committee adjourned their meeting at Warwick Veterans Middle School on Tuesday evening without a balanced budget for FY19 - approximately $1.5 more
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