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By JOHN HOWELL Winman Junior High students had visitors from both ends of their school careers Friday. Sixth graders from Winman feeder schools such as Cedar Hill and Scott were bused in and then, in late morning, wearing their caps and gowns they had more
By ISABELLA ZAINYEH Despite an otherwise rainy day, the sun came out for the graduation ceremony of Bishop Hendricken's Class of 2017, held at the Cathedral of Saint Peter and Paul last Wednesday. In his speech, Principal Jay Brennan began by reiterating more
James S. Dunning passed away on May 19, 2017. He was born on August 10, 1958 to Donald E. Dunning and the late Ann (Bartlett) Dunning. James has been a welder for 17 years with Electric Boat. … more
The Toll Gate Titans freshman won the Division I championship after coming back to beat the Portsmouth Patriots 4-2, Sunday afternoon at McCarthy Field in West Warwick. Toll Gate's Caden Haley led the offense with a 2-RBI double and a more
To the Editor:As a lifelong Rhode Islander, I was shocked to read the headline in a recent Beacon, “Wieners out, beer in,” on May 23. My wife and I are seniors and well acquainted with … more
Lenita Laroche accomplished what few other Warwick students have done when she left Pilgrim High School Friday - she hadn't missed a day of school since entering kindergarten. Based on a school year of 180 days, that's 2,340 days without missing school. more
He's done.for now Jacob Goodman celebrates as he completes the last of his final tests at Pilgrim High School Friday morning. School graduation is today at 6 p.m. at the Vin Cullen Fieldhouse at the Knight Campus of CCRI. Jacob plans to resume his more
By JOHN HOWELL Like clockwork, flames licked the steel cutout of the Gaspee, burning its sails. It was 4 p.m. Sunday and it was the official conclusion to the 52nd annual Gaspee Days celebration. It also brings down the curtain on Jerry Peshka's more
By JOHN HOWELL Unless there's a dramatic turn of events, a second Warwick academic year will come to a close without a teachers contract. But as disheartening as that prospect seems, there's a positive feel from those close to negotiations as well as more
By JOHN HOWELL There's a city in Oakland Beach School. It's got an amusement park, an airport, lots of buildings, trucks and cars, subways, a tower with King Kong, bridges, a bunker should it come under attack, stores and, what every city should have, a more
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