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The longest day of the year is here - June 21 to be precise. High school graduations are winding down and the Fourth of July is around the corner. Summer is with us. It doesn't quite seem possible for summer to have arrived so quickly. Cool wet weather, more
It was an opportunity too good for Gian Martellini to pass up. Martellini, a Johnston native and former All-State catcher at Hendricken, took a call from his current Boston College coach a couple … more
By TESSA ROY Though Saturday was met with a few raindrops, the spirits of several hundred supporters of President Donald Trump were not dampened. They took to the streets of Providence with flags and signs, marching up to the State House steps to declare more
By LONNIE BARHAM -- In mid-August nine Gold Star Teens, who have all lost a loved one in the wars in the Middle East, boarded U.S. Coast Guard Ship Cutter Eagle in New York City. What they learned was invaluable. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- In 1954, at the age of 14, Warren Marble was in no mood to leave Vermont. He had friends and what really made it special was he could drive. At the time, Vermont residents could get their license at 14... more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- An event to honor Warwick Beacon editor-in-chief and publisher John Howell raised more than $52,000 for MENTOR Rhode Island. more
To the Editor: Of all the patently ridiculous and pathetic slurs aimed at former president Obama, John Cervone has reached a new level of inanity. After ranting about Obama's record while in office, Cervone criticized the retirement activities of the more
New Year's Tutus [Photo gallery]
A group of Pit Bull Plunge participants dances to get warm after retreating from the icy waters. They are, from left, Scott Henshaw, Mark Ready, Ann Marie Rakovic, Jen Saker and Kerri Lopes, who made … more
Dismal, rainy weather couldn't stop the hundreds of science enthusiasts who came together on Earth Day to support Rhode Island's first March for Science. Held at the State House, the event attracted people of all ages and walks of life more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- About 30 people gathered on the lawn of the Nathanael Greene Homestead to pay respect to the Warwick-born historical icon who progressed from an unknown militia private into the youngest Major General in the American Revolution. more
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