Warwick Beacon
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By ETHAN HARTLEY It was during discussion about renewing the city's healthcare and dental contract for municipal workers that the microphones in the council chambers of Warwick City Hall went berserk, interrupting with an incessant, piercing shrill that more
By ETHAN HARTLEY There is bound to be renewed attendance at the May 15 meeting of the Warwick School Committee as the school department recently sent out 71 layoff notices to Warwick teachers in advance of learning how much money they will receive in more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Rhode Island is the 6th friendliest state for working mothers, according to a new study published by financial analysis and research company WalletHub. The study looked at all 50 states and Washington D.C. and made ranking based on three more
BREAKING AND ENTERING On April 25 at approximately 12:10 p.m. Officer Tammy Mello responded to the Pinoy Lane Food Mart on Quaker Lane for the report of a break-in. The store manager said that when the store was opened that morning the money from the more
By PEDER SCHAEFER He's a founder of a nationally recognized veterans advocacy group. She's a young graduate of Toll Gate High School interested in public service. He's an advocate for the disabled, veterans, and Rhode Island's fishermen. When she sees an more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A strong breeze provided some relief on a warm sunny afternoon in Apponaug on Thursday as Mayor Scott Avedisian addressed a crowd of city employees from a pulpit on the front stairs of Warwick City Hall for what could be the very last more
By TIM FORSBERG Following a celebration with centenarians in Johnston last Thursday, Governor Gina Raimondo took time to share insights into some hot button issues affecting the state along with her thoughts on the November elections. The governor and more
By JOHN HOWELL After a one-year hiatus, Iggy's Doughboy Dash to raise funds to fight Ataxia-telangiectasia (A-T) returned to Oakland Beach Sunday with more than 350 people running and walking the 5K. While once a requirement to qualify, many paused at more
STOLEN FOOD On April 22 at approximately 8:04 p.m., Officer Christopher Gillis was dispatched to the Meadowbrook Shopping Center for a report of a shoplifting from Stop & Shop. While en route to the store dispatch advised that security had an adult woman more
By ETHAN HARTLEY There are some unintended benefits that can occur when your dog runs away and you have to run through the neighborhood to catch him, especially if you're running for school committee in the upcoming election. Talk about a good way to" more
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