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PUMPKIN PARADISE: Cindy and John “Pete” …
Some things you never imagine as changing. Morris Farm is one of them, and no couple personifies farming more – even the one depicted in “American Gothic” by artist Grant Wood – than John … more
CONSOLIDATION CONVERSATION: Ed Frenette (center), …
Ed Frenette, senior vice president for Symmes Maini & McKee Associates (SMMA), the firm recently hired to provide a long-term school facilities master plan, met with Mayor Scott Avedisian and the … more
OPEN SPACES: The airport and the unobstructed …
What’s remarkable is all the space. The new Winslow Park, which is 90 percent complete, seems to go on forever. Last Friday found crews wiring fencing, planting trees and shrubs, working on the … more
FINAL TOUCHES: Councilmen Joseph Gallucci and Ed …
Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur, who last year doggedly pursued council approval of funding to extend sewers, is appealing to 22,000 Warwick homeowners and businesses to support enabling legislation … more
To the Editor: I was at the inaugural address for Mayor Scott Avedisian in January and heard him say, “I want every student to have Chromebooks.” I was at the budget hearings for … more
MULLEN
The graphs and charts were still on the corkboard Friday afternoon, but the rest of Dennis Mullen’s office was stripped bare. He sat behind a clean desk. This was Mullen’s last day as director of … more
D'AGOSTINO
After nearly 33 years in the Warwick School Department, Superintendent Dr. Richard D’Agostino, or “Dr. D” as he’s come to be known, has decided it’s time to “let someone else captain the … more
To the Editor: If the coldest weather on the planet outside of Siberia does not make the reader a climate change denier, then nothing will and he can suffer without the benefits of fossil fuels. … more
To the Editor: This is in response to Jane Kenney Austin’s long and vitriolic letter to the Beacon (April 16, 2015) concerning Sewer Enabling Legislation. Her haughty diatribe concerns money … more
$263 million is a lot of money. It’s a scary number when you consider that’s what the city would need going forward to meet the cost of retiree benefits other than pensions. Those benefits, … more
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