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By JOHN HOWELL What was once a lounge overlooking Spring Green Pond could become the site of a carwash by this fall, according to plans to be considered by the planning and zoning boards. Vincent Porzio, owner of Personal Touch Carwash with his uncle more
By JOHN HOWELL At a court of honor held Jan. 19 at St. Peter Church, Andrew Fredericks became the seventh member of his family to attain the rank of Eagle. His father, Richard, also an Eagle, said Andrew did not fall victim to the challenge of what those more
The Friends of the National Wildlife Refuges of Rhode Island is accepting entries for the 2016-2017 Federal Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest until March 15. This nationwide competition, a program of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service administered on the more
A local coffee shop is raising money throughout February to help cover the medical expenses of an employee who was hit by two cars while leaving work. Honey Dew Donuts on 1766 Warwick Avenue is … more
NOT A GOOD START On January 30 at approximately 8:21 a.m., Officer Daniel O'Connell was dispatched to Dewey Avenue for a building alarm. Arriving on scene, the officer responded to the entrance, where he noticed that a car was parked directly in front. more
By JOHN HOWELL The House leadership will sponsor a resolution to create a commission to study giving the governor what 44 other governors already have - the power of the line-item veto of the budget approved by the legislature. There is no legislation" more
By JOHN HOWELL A Superior Court ruling by Justice Bennett Gallo on Feb. 2 has shifted the balance of teacher contract talks to the School Committee by casting aside the long-held argument that the terms of an expired contract remained in place until a more
By JOHN HOWELL More than 150 communicants from Warwick's 10 Catholic parishes squeezed into Hendricken's Founders Hall Wednesday night to consider a future that bodes fewer parishioners, less funds and a lack of priests. The train is on the track and" more
After getting her start at the Beacon and spending nearly four years as Congressman Jim Langevin's communications director, Meg Geoghegan is on her way to a new venture as director of communications at the Rhode Island Department of more
The Toll Gate girls' basketball team used a fast start and a big second half to rout the Mt. Pleasant Kilties, 63-31, on Saturday afternoon in Warwick. Christina Barry and Marisa Giard led the Titans with 15 points apiece more
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