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Robert Richard Anderson, 79, passed away peacefully at home in Palm Bay, Florida, on April 10, 2017. He was the husband of Noreen A. Clancy. Born in Providence, he was the son of the late Lester … more
To the Editor: The very enlightening Beacon article A plan to revive Warwick Schools" (8/8/17) by Brandon Pearson was well thought-out with many fine suggestions aimed at improving our students' education. I would agree with many of them but not all of" more
“I never considered a difference of opinion in politics, in religion, in philosophy, as cause for withdrawing from a friend.” – Thomas JeffersonWith the dust settling after the … more
To the Editor: What comes after democracy when democracy no longer works? We, as a nation, have promoted democracy as the best form of government, where the people vote for whom they want to lead the country. But what happens when after the vote the more
Riding the tide John DaSilva, who frequents Conimicut Point with his camera and tripod to record the sunrise, caught this photo of a sculler as he navigated the point in an ebbing tide. (Photo courtesy of John DaSilva) more
I got to sit at the kids' table. Now that may not sound like the desired location when you're eating out for breakfast. There wasn't all that much of a choice. There were four seats at the adult table, just enough for my daughter, Diana, son Ted, my more
The Rhode Island Building & Construction Trades Council and the Pawtucket Red Sox announced a newly formed charitable partnership, Building Baseball. By combining their talent and resources, Building Baseball aims to further advance the revitalization of more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Members of local law enforcement and representatives from various state and advocacy agencies gathered Friday at the Warwick Police HQ for a student-led press conference to prevent drunk driving. more
By JEN COWART -- At Cranston High School West there were three sets of triplets in this past school year's graduating class. One set, the Marchetti triplets, shared their story. more
The RI Shriners will host a FUN-Raiser for Rhode Island schools on Sept. 19 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. All Rhode Island schools can win cash for their school. The top two schools with the most adult attendees will receive the largest prizes. Any school in more
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