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“The future of our planet looks dark with rising seas and an atmosphere that is heating up rapidly. Violent storms.  But if you hold that telescope to your eye, if you hold your degree to your … more
By JOHN HOWELL Charles Fogarty, director of the Division of Elderly Affairs, told the story of a Pawtucket senior who visited that city's senior center when it came time to renew his health care program. The man had been paying $47 a month for his more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Mayor Scott Avedisian said he was optimistic that the city would continue to run in a good trajectory, even after he departs on May 15 to become the new CEO of the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority. He said it with the same more
By ETHAN HARTLEY City Council President Joseph Solomon has a lot of work ahead of him in the coming weeks. With 18-year Mayor Scott Avedisian officially taking a position as CEO of the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority, and reporting on Wednesday more
By JOHN HOWELL Anxious to serve the public and believing his best chances of getting elected are if he runs as an independent, Michael Penta has disaffiliated as a Republican and announced he is running for City Council in Ward 4. Penta, who ran for more
By THOMAS GREENBERG AAA Northeast's senior vice president of public affairs Lloyd Albert said Wednesday that he doesn't expect gas prices to get up to $3.00 in the coming months. But with the average gas price in the state now at $2.82, drivers around more
LARCENY On April 22 at 8:30 a.m. Officer Christian Vargas responded to a report of larceny for a car parked at a residence on Fourth Avenue. The residents of the home said that both of their cars, which had been locked and secured the night before, had more
By JOHN HOWELL The Department of Transportation is going to put three Warwick roads on a diet. That's right, they plan to reduce sections of four-lane highways down to three lanes in a move to improve safety. The three-lane roads will offer wider travel more
When James McLaughlin, then 20 years old, started as a “floater” with the Warwick Fire Department, meaning he moved between stations depending where he was needed, it was the practice to place … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Mayor Scott Avedisian opened up during an hour-long interview with the Beacon Monday while discussing his impending departure to become the CEO of the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority, talking about what factored into his decision more
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