By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Secondary students around the state participated in a national demonstration that intended to raise awareness and, in some cases, spread a political message about gun violence in schools.
By JOHN HOWELL -- In an interview while visiting the Warwick Emergency Operations Center during Tuesday's storm, Gov. Gina Raimondo applauded talks between Lifespan and Care New England but had reservations...
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Former principal of Cedar Hill Elementary School, Dr. Colleen Mercurio, was given a one-year filing Wednesday morning at the Kent County District Courthouse and is no longer employed by Warwick Public Schools.
By JOHN HOWELL -- Rick Crenca looked out his window. It was Monday night and forecasters were calling for the snow to start flying at 1 a.m. Tuesday morning. It was starting to rain, but there was no white stuff.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A cutting-edge early learning facility is open and running in Warwick - the first of its kind in Rhode Island and among over 300 such facilities of its kind nationwide.
AND THESE ARE GIRL SCOUT COOKIES? Tempted? These treats made by Nicolette Amaral at Bake Me Away Bake Shop with three different flavors of Girl Scout Cookies were hits at Thursday's event at the Crowne Plaza. (Warwick Beacon photos) HARD TO RESIST:
Clam cakes, chowder and tasty baked treats along with bite-sized meatballs were enjoyed by an estimated 120 people who turned out Monday for the opening of the new Tides Restaurant at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center. The facility, an
By PETE FONTAINE Clocks weren't the only thing people turned ahead Saturday night and into Sunday morning. Although St. Patrick's Day isn't until Saturday, upwards of 150 people were wearin' and sharin' the green Saturday evening during the Tri-City Elks
Bishop Hendricken Director of Fine and Performing Arts, Richie Sylvia, and Vocal Music Director, Mary Jo Gambardella, led Hendricken's Young Men's Chorus on a 10-day pilgrimage to Ireland over the winter recess. The tour, aptly titled The Footsteps of"
The 59th annual West Warwick St. Patrick's Day Parade held Sunday was blessed with sunny and unusually warm weather and that was a relief for many marchers who have endured rain, snow and downright intolerable conditions to keep the tradition alive The
Long before the days of cell phones and Uber, travel was a truly special experience for many who crossed the Atlantic. Ships weren't just a way to get from point A to point B, they were floating palaces that commanded your attention with their size, and
By JOHN HOWELL East Providence city crews made a visit to Conimicut Beach on Saturday, but it wasn't for a brisk walk on a chilly but sunny day. Rather, armed with buckets, the city workers were picking out hard pinwheel-shaped sections of plastic about
What weighs four pounds and has a nose for the weather? Schmitty The Weather Dog. Along with NYC meteorologist Ron Trotta and NYC children's book author Elly McGuire of Warwick, this furry celebrity pup entertained and educated kids with their Schmitty