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By JOHN HOWELL -- Author of legislation that mayors and town managers lobbied so hard for Gov. Gina Raimondo to veto offered no opinion Friday on the outcome of the measure that would leave municipal contracts in place until a successor agreement is more
BY ETHAN HARTLEY -- There is no American city safer than Warwick, Rhode Island when it comes to incidents of violent crime, according to the 2017 “Best & Worst-Run Cities” report BY WalletHub. more
To the Editor: A few weeks ago, I wrote a letter to the mayor in response to his appearance on The Rhode Show." My initial letter to Mayor Avedisian was to express surprise that he felt that Dr. Thornton had no culpability in the current situation" more
In a quick vote that went undetected by those not attuned to School Committee procedures, the committee approved Tuesday night what could be a path to a teachers contract. The 4 to 1 vote was to accept the proposal offering teachers 3 percent wage more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The following is the first part of a series on the opioid addiction epidemic, highlighting an 18-year-old Warwick resident who overdosed on fentanyl in February. more
This past week, the House of Representatives in Washington DC passed a bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and replace it with the American Health Care Act (AHCA). Afterward in the White House Rose Garden, a Republican orgy of more
The following students achieved high honors or honors for the second quarter of the 2016-2017 school year at Warwick Veterans Memorial Junior High School. GRADE 7 HIGH HONORS Brianna Adams, Cameron Adessi, Rayan Alani, Jasmine Alpert, Azael Alvarez, more
To the Editor:Retired teacher Jeffery Miner’s letter, “Teachers made up the Union” (Beacon 9/14/17), facetiously questioned my knowledge that the teachers constitute the union. Let … more
Water is essential to life, so it's no wonder people are upset when a city crew shows up and shuts off their water. Gone is the convenience of taking a shower, flushing the toilet, hosing the garden, doing the laundry, filling the kettle from the kitchen more
To the Editor: In the last two decades, we have seen a 25 percent drop in the cancer death rate. But our work is not complete. Research suggests that roughly half of all cancer deaths can be prevented if we avoid tobacco, get physical activity, eat a more
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