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To the Editor: This letter is in response to Mr. Johnson's personally rotten, pathetic, cowardly and vindictive (no surprise here), letter to the Beacon (11/22/16). It was directed against me, the hard-working, distinguished, decent, honorable and caring more
Barbara D.(Anderson)Lovelace, 85 passed away Friday, November 18, 2016. She was the beloved wife of Walter R. Lovelace. She was a daughter of the late Roger and Angelina (DePatti) Anderson, Sr.; … more
Elementary school stars shine Cedar Hill Principal Dr. Colleen Mercurio K - Callie Nelson 1 - Colin DelPrete 2 - Ali Samii 3 - Andrew Bacon 4 - Joshua Maynard 5 - Marcus … more
The CCRI Lady Knights volleyball team had its best season since 2008. The Lady Knights ended the season with an impressive 22-7 record and won the District L title in impressive fashion, beating Delaware Tech and Harcum College two times. Their District more
The CCRI Knights took on the Warriors of Massasoit Community College on Tuesday night in a Region XXI showdown. The Knights controlled the game from start to finish, winning by 23 points with a final score of 87-64. The win brings the Knights to 4-1 more
On every Thanksgiving since 1972, the Bishop Hendricken and Toll Gate football teams have squared off on the gridiron, but that won't be the case this year. Hendricken will be idle for the first time since 1971 as the Titans more
In their 57th performance season, the State Ballet of RI (SBRI) and Artistic Director Herci Marsden will continue to honor their title as Rhode Island's longest standing civic, regional ballet company by inspiring their audiences with more
Being a straight white man, I was curious to see Young Jen Lee’s “Straight White Men,” one of the most talked about plays in New York City these days. Director Vince Petronio has given his … more
The Park Theater in Cranston was full on Friday night as the United States Army Field Band Jazz Ambassadors played their final concert of a 40-day tour. The concert, which took the audience on a whirlwind tour of the 100-year history of more
I must admit that I was not looking forward to a Sunday afternoon at Gamm, watching a play that I did not like the first time I saw it. Further disappointment followed when I saw the movie version, filmed just down the street more
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