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By DANIEL KITTREDGE Rhode Island has moved rapidly up the curve, and the state's public beaches and parks are being ordered closed in the latest step meant to curb the spread of COVID-19. But the new developments are not all negative, as the state was more
By JOHN HOWELL It takes an army to fight a war and it takes the proper weapons to defeat an enemy. One weapon in the battle against coronavirus is the surgical facemask. There's no knowing how many are needed, but given projections of a surge in more
Joining Massachusetts in another unprecedented step meant to help curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, Gov. Gina Raimondo on Monday announced that dine-in service at restaurants, bars and other … more
The way Chris Maxwell sees it, all the legal maneuvering by the state is part of an effort to get toll gantries up and operating across the state – and bringing in the money – before … more
The No. 1 seeded Pilgrim Patriots went to the Portsmouth Abbey Ice Rink on Sunday afternoon and shut out the No. 4 Mt. Hope Huskies 3-0 during Game 2 of the Boys Division III Hockey … more
There’s no knowing when Warwick Schools could be the target of a cyber attack. A seemingly normal email with embedded links or a PDF file could pop into the mailbox of any faculty member. A … more
Upwards of 40 people, including students, teachers, school administrators and community leaders, spent last Wednesday and Thursday working in groups of six to explore what education and Warwick high … more
Sue Parker says she tired of cooking, so instead of baking treats and serving them up in her canine bistro, she’s transformed the establishment – with the help of a lot of usual items … more
U.S. Sen. Jack Reed flies frequently, and he knows T.F. Green International Airport well. “I travel to lots of airports,” he told members of the media outside the airport’s … more
John Howell had owned the Warwick Beacon for less than a decade as the snow began to fall in early February 1978. At the time, the paper, which is now published twice weekly, was still printing a … more
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