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By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Scott Avedisian is moving ahead with the plan to close the Buttonwoods Community Center on March 1 even though the City Council has a resolution under consideration to keep the former school open and some seniors who use the facility more
Rain didn't stop them Ten brave souls stood in the rain Saturday to learn about the history, the ecology and what makes Mary's Creek so unique. The Warwick Wildlife and Conservation Commission's presentation included information about the use of Mary's more
“It’s too bad the entire city isn’t here today,” Mark Eaton, District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler of the Rhode Island Association Elks, began as he stood outside Warwick Fire Department … more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On March 4 at approximately 10:40 p.m., Officer Ali Jaafar along with other members of the department were dispatched to the intersection of West Shore Road and Draper Avenue for a report of a motor vehicle accident with more
Thirty years ago when the University of Rhode Island's Watershed Watch program got its start, little was known about the many factors that affect water quality in local lakes, ponds and streams. In many cases, no one even knew what the water quality more
By MERI KENNEDY The day after the presidential election, a Facebook post by a woman in Hawaii calling for women to unite in solidarity for human rights created a groundswell of support from people across the country, including women throughout Rhode more
By TESSA ROY After months of questioning, debating and meetings lasting well into the night, the Warwick City Council voted 7-2 Monday night in favor of allocating the $4 million in bond funds to the public schools that will be essential to making school more
After getting her start at the Beacon and spending nearly four years as Congressman Jim Langevin's communications director, Meg Geoghegan is on her way to a new venture as director of communications at the Rhode Island Department of more
Newsflash: “Fake news” is not a new phenomenon. In late August 1835, the New York Sun newspaper ran a six-part story on life on the Moon, as seen through a powerful telescope of eminent … more
By TESSA ROY After a dispute with a neighbor on an adjacent street turned ugly, Amy Tellier has found herself in the position of having to give up three of the six dogs she cares for at her home. The whole thought of having to decide who would have to" more
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