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The Newport Folk and Jazz Festivals are “must do” items on my yearly calendar. I love good jazz and anxiously anticipate this coming weekend, when jazz legends Joshua Redman, Chick Corea, … more
Fluke fishing: Lorna Russell of Providence with …
There is a new fishing cooperative in Rhode Island… the first of its type in the nation, it is called Rhode Island Fish for the Future and I am one of its founding members. It is a charter … more
To the Editor: Thank you for the beautiful photos of Apponaug Cove provided in the July 2 and July 4 editions of the Beacon. We on both sides of the cove should save and frame them. Much will … more
TRUE LOVE: After Jen Bulik learned she has less …
Jen Bulik, 35, was recently diagnosed with Stage IV lung cancer, and doctors told her she has four to six months to live. Still, the grim news hasn’t stopped her from living life to the fullest, as she … more
Due to legislation recently signed into law, school districts across the state will need to increase the frequency of drills and safety plan reviews, gain flexibility when it comes to a 180-day … more
With new laws affecting education, the Warwick School Department is prepared to address changes in safety, curriculum and even scheduling. A number of new safety laws were established to require … more
Madi Damato squeezes the ball behind the plate
The Warwick West Side 9/10-year-old all-star softball team had been challenged this summer, but had never been beaten until Saturday came around. Now, for the first time, West Side will have to … more
WARWICK NATIONAL 8/9-YEAR-OLD TEAM
Warwick National delivered a championship sweep in the annual Sally Eddy Tournament this past weekend. National won the title in the 10/11-year-old division with a victory over South Kingstown in the … more
Washington Trust and Rhode Island Housing will host a free seminar, “First-Time Homebuying Made Easy,” on Thursday, Aug. 8 beginning at 6 p.m. at Washington Trust’s Sweet Meadows Office located … more
After almost a month of debate and disagreement, the Senate approved a plan last week to tie interest rates on student loans to the economic market with a “reasonable cap.” Subsidized … more
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