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By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Warwick Teachers' Union gathered again outside of Warwick City Hall to picket in protest of their lack of a new contract. This is the second such demonstration this month, and this time they also drew the support of the Local 251 Teamsters. more
The following students have earned honors for the fourth quarter at Pilgrim High School: GRADE 9 HIGH HONORS: Giana D. Alviti, Isabella D. Alviti, Giana Amaral, Angelina N. Antonizio, Ethan James Asadorian, Demitri Ayres, Samantha E. Befumo, Sydni R. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- The decision of the House leadership not to override the governor’s veto of what has become known as the “evergreen bill” dealt a psychological blow to unions while local leaders applaud the move. more
To the Editor: Almost immediately after receiving news about the church attack in Texas, President Trump said it was too soon to discuss gun control. This is a common Republican assertion, but they never seem to disclose a reasonable time to begin more
To the Editor: Warwick absolutely needs pension reform! In my mayoral campaign of 2016 I outlined Part 1" which included voluntary buyouts that saved Texas almost a billion dollars. Warwick would be wise to copy that win-win idea. What follows is "Part" more
By JOHN HOWELL What two mothers started as a drive to save their neighborhood school from closing this academic year has evolved into a campaign to shelve the larger elementary school consolidation plan because of conflicting data and state efforts more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- City officials continue to look into how they can get the best deal possible for the former Aldrich Junior High School and the Christopher Rhodes Elementary School, both of which remain closed, unoccupied and up for sale by the city. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Motorists of Warwick be warned - obey traffic laws and respect the rights of way of pedestrians entering crosswalks. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Usually, school administrators go out of their way to show off what is best in school. Starting Wednesday, Aug. 23, however, and continuing every Wednesday until Nov. 8, the department will showcase what needs to be improved. more
To the Editor: In a recent Beacon, Mr. Jim Morgan took issue with my article on the Apponaug Roundabout, asking where did I get my information, as he states his history of living in France and England argue against the differences. Well, I did get this more
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