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Elementary school stars shine Cedar Hill Principal Dr. Colleen Mercurio K - Judelin Daffney Deric Devasagayam 1 - Ainsley Way 2 - Alexander Chadwick 3 - Olivia Gardiner 4 - … more
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
“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
If you couldn't get in touch with schools on Wednesday, here's why. Landline and Internet connections to Warwick schools were down from about 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., nearly the entire school day. Secretary to the Superintendent Catherine 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
For their 12th annual Women of Achievement luncheon, the Young Women's Christian Association of Rhode Island is recognizing 13 accomplished women in the fields of industry culture and public service. Two of the recipients are Warwick more
The day following his selection as the man to rebuild passenger traffic to the levels they were in 2005, if not exceed them, Iftikhar Ahmad was quoting Socrates and sharing his personal quandary as to whether he should introduce a dog to 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
A single cigarette rests on the zippered backpack. It's there for when Jacobie [not his real name] takes a break. That's not going to happen for another half hour, because Jacobie - who wears blue shorts flecked with white paint and a dark 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
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