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Enjoy two nights of phantasmagoric films when the 18th Annual VORTEX Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Horror Film Festival comes to Warwick Public Library Friday, October 20 and Saturday, October 21 at 7 p.m. The festival includes a selection of sci-fi, fantasy and more
Lifting in layers Morning fog lifts to Conimicut Light and the Bristol shoreline in the distance. (Warwick Beacon photo) more
To the Editor: More than 100 guests recently attended Cocktails for a Cause benefiting Veterans Count Rhode Island raising nearly $21,000 for veterans, service members, and their families. The event was held at Sheraton Providence Airport Hotel in more
To the Editor: My advice and prayer to the National Football League players is take a knee in church, not on the field of play! God help us! Richard Walsh East Greenwich more
There may be light at the end of the tunnel yet. A new mediation session, the first in months between the Warwick School Committee and the Warwick Teachers' Union - mediated by Mayor Scott Avedisian on an as-wanted" basis and selected mediator Vincent" more
Ninja challenges Caleb Sugrue, 7, of Warwick practices his ninja skills at ObstaCamp, a family-friendly event hosted by Warwick-based fitness center Laid-back Fitness at Camp Jori in Wakefield. Perfect for all ages and abilities, the two-day long event more
Robert Shapiro Fund for Warwick Schools has marked its 10th year of supporting drama programs in Warwick schools. The fund, created by late Superintendent Robert Shariro after his retirement, provided its first check to the Pilgrim High School drama club more
Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin, part of a coalition of 14 state Attorneys General, recently filed a notice of intent to sue the Trump Administration's Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for failing to meet the Clean Air Act's statutory deadline more
When fire breaks out, every second counts - especially when it comes to escaping safely. That's why the Rhode Island Division of State Fire Marshal is encouraging all Rhode Islanders to practice fire drills at home, school and work as part of this year's more
Parish pumpkin patch open for business The huge pumpkin patch - containing about 1,300 gourds, ranging from grandiose in size to ghoulishly green in appearance - at St. Marks Episcopal Church on West Shore Road in Warwick is now open for the sixth more
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