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Something new can be daunting, especially for a 5-year-old, if it involves a lot of new faces and an entirely new environment. That was evident Tuesday as kindergartners, many accompanied by their parents, arrived outside Sherman School. Unlike the rest more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On Aug. 26 at approximately 5:45 a.m. multiple officers responded to the report of a possible DUI in progress in the area of Sunoco on Post Rd. It was reported that a highly intoxicated man went into the station before driving more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Last Thursday, Democratic mayoral candidates Gerald Ged" Carbone and Richard Corrente sat down in front of panelists from the Warwick Beacon and cameras from PEG-RI public access television in Providence to provide insights into why" more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Documents delivered to the Beacon - initially left anonymously and later discovered to have been supplied by Republican mayoral candidate Sue Stenhouse - have indicated inconsistencies in statements made this July by Mayor Joseph Solomon more
By JOHN HOWELL With airline passenger traffic up nearly 20 percent for the first six months of the year over last year, the challenge is sustaining those numbers while maintaining an overall upward trend toward the holy grail of 6 million passengers more
By PEDER SCHAEFER The school budget situation - where the schools remain multiple millions short of balancing their FY19 budget - is a common thread that runs between the four candidates running in primaries. The candidates, running in Ward 4 and Ward 8 more
With the opening of middle schools at Winman and Veterans this year – the combination of 6th, 7th and 8th graders – elementary schools across the city will all be K-5. “The fifth graders … more
By JOHN HOWELL Neither the Warwick Sewer Authority nor the Department of Environmental Management have released test results following breaks in two pipes feeding the Cedar Swamp pump station that released 300,000 gallons of untreated wastewater in the more
Finding the perfect hairdresser can sometimes be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. That’s the case for Teresa Romano, whose hairdresser Mario Cacchillo has been cutting her hair for almost 50 … more
By JOHN HOWELL An estimated 300,000 gallons of untreated sewage overflowed from two pipes late Sunday afternoon toward Buckeye Brook, prompting a frantic rush to contain the overflow and prevent it from backing up into homes as far as a quarter mile more
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