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April showers. While April showers, as the saying goes, may be the prelude to May flowers, at this point the shared hope is that they are the end to winter. This shot was taken on West Shore Road Monday morning during one of several downpours. According more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Governor Gina Raimondo, along with Mayor Scott Avedisian and Ward 8 Councilman Joseph Gallucci, got a firsthand glimpse into award-winning engineering innovation on Tuesday afternoon as they paid a visit to AquaMotion on Jefferson more
To the Editor:The cover photo on the April 2 issue of Time magazine shows five of the “survivors” from the Parkland, Florida high school. Their facial expressions run from dour to angry. … more
From 2011 to 2016, overdose deaths increased by more than 90 percent in Rhode Island. To address this growing epidemic, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island (BCBSRI) has partnered with the Addiction Services Center at Roger Williams Medical Center more
On the carpet You might say that Christine Kayal of the Children's Library at the Warwick Public Library is in the stream" as she reads to John Nichols. The recently installed carpet is designed to represent a stream flowing into the Children's Library" more
More than 40 authors from the Association of Rhode Island Authors are expected to attend an Authors' Expo at Warwick Public Library on Saturday, April 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Books will be on sale and authors will be available to sign their books and more
It has surely happened to all of us, so I suppose that's comforting. But at the moment your screen goes blank and your work disappears, that's of little consolation. How did it happen? What combination of keys were mistakenly hit to cause this? And it more
To the Editor: I appreciate the Beacon's local coverage, and I am pleased that it reported the launch of my campaign for senator in RI District 30. I simply wish to clarify one sentence of the story: I don't believe the state looks like a garbage dump. more
Construction trades students at the Warwick Area Career and Technical got a taste of the fine arts over the past three months and the Warwick Center for the Arts was the beneficiary. As a class project, the students took on the construction of a storage more
Setting things straight More than 60 people joined the Warwick Commission on Historical Cemeteries for its annual Spring Cleanup of Brayton Cemetery on Saturday, April 14, which is also Rhode Island Cemetery Restoration and Awareness Day. Stop & Shop on more
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