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I spent a good part of my weekend in the tub. No, this wasn't a relaxing pastime lulling in warm water, reading with background music playing. The music, if it can be called that, consisted of the tapping of a hammer against a chisel that ricocheted off more
Game changer" were the words Mayor Scott Avedisian used to describe Thursday's announcement that Norwegian Airlines would use Green Airport as a base for 16 weekly flights to Ireland and Scotland starting this summer. Green has experienced other "game" more
Love that spring air A malamute husky takes in the spring air Saturday. The picture was taken as traffic was stopped at the intersection of Oakland Beach Avenue and West Shore Road. (Warwick Beacon photo) more
Communities across the world face big problems, and putting together the facts about those challenges is the first step in finding solutions. Seeking Solutions to Big Problems: A Fact-Based Discussion Group will seek answers to Rhode Island's tough more
The Rhode Island Foundation is offering local libraries, schools, municipal agencies and nonprofit groups grants of up to $10,000 to fund proposals that bring people together as a community. We believe that community is created at the intersection of" more
New England Institute of Technology has established a College of Graduate and Professional Studies (GPS). Under the direction of Dr. Douglas H. Sherman, Senior Vice President and Provost at New England Tech, the mission of GPS is to provide more
The Catherine T. Murray Memorial Scholarship continues to accept applications for its scholarship that was established in 1995 by Catherine T. Murray. Catherine was a board member and a valued volunteer at the Ocean State Center for Independent Living more
Class work put to the taste test Students, faculty and visitors all get to sample the results of the classroom work of Warwick Area Career and Technical Center culinary students on Wednesdays and Fridays. Those are the days the students run the lunch more
By TESSA ROY After President Donald Trump rolled back Obama-era protections for transgender students that allowed them to use restrooms that fit their gender identity in favor of making the issue … more
Cookie sales Liz Wilson of Oakland Beach was one of scores who responded to the knocks of Alex Rappoport and Taylor Diefenbach as they and Hailey Ward, all of Girl Scout Troop 302, went door-to-door Saturday selling cookies. Hailey, not pictured, pulled more
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