By JOHN HOWELL -- There's nothing that unifies Pawtuxet Village more than the bridge. It's there to bring Warwick and Cranston together in all kinds of situations...
By ETHAN HARTLEY The cleanliness of schools is an ongoing issue of importance to parents, students, teachers and administrators alike as the continuing budget impasse between the Warwick School Department and Warwick City Council lingers on now almost
By ETHAN HARTLEY Need some unique holiday gift ideas or perhaps some home d cor items that add a distinct, patriotic flair to your residence - but don't want to contribute to big box stores or the global mammoth that is online shopping giant Amazon.com?
By JOHN HOWELL Fifteen teams each comprised of a dog and their handler are ready to respond to emergencies across the state. It could be a fire where a family is displaced or a natural disaster, such as the threat of a hurricane that has prompted the
The setting is the 1920s and the heyday of the speakeasy. The music and lyrics are by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin and the energy is provided by the Pilgrim Players. The show, Nice Work If You Can Get It, opens Friday at 7 p.m. at Pilgrim High School
Open house at the Club at Cooper HE'S ON THE BUTTON: Club executive director Lara D'Antuono admires the work of William Oie. William joined other club members in making buttons for those who visited at last Thursday's open house. (Warwick Beacon photos)
On Sunday morning, Veterans Day, the plaque dedicated on Veterans Day, 1980 in memory of LTJG Edward B. Shaw, mounted on a rock near Saint Mark Church in Garden City, was discovered missing.
By PETE FONTAINE Ever had Bonnie's Famous Chili or enjoyed Joan's Delicious Quiche? If not, think about taking in Saturday's annual St. Barnabas Episcopal Church Holiday Bazaar in Warwick, there will be food aplenty and super shopping specials to please
By TIM FORSBERG Rhode Islanders suffering from mental health issues or substance abuse, or who have family members, friends or co-workers living through a behavioral health crisis, now have a 24-hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week hotline and triage center to
Today is Election Day. Yes, you read that correctly. It’s the day the kids of First Student Bus 35 elect a mayor and governor. Voting starts early with the first pickups and continues until this …
By JOHN HOWELL Pat Grogan wears a blue shirt with the words Pawtuxet Sunoco over the left side of his chest. It is one of the few signs of what was one of the village's long operating service stations. Gone are the gas pumps and the canopy. The sign that
By ETHAN HARTLEY A good turnout gathered atop fallen leaves at the Warwick Veterans Memorial Park outside Warwick Vets Middle School underneath cloudless blue skies to pay homage to veterans of the past and present in a wreath laying ceremony on Monday
By JOHN HOWELL Bill Johnston has a recipe for pancakes, and he's using it to thank veterans for what they have done for this country. The Hendricken High School teacher and coach is the force behind the third annual pancake breakfast to held Monday, Nov.