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SHOPLIFTING Christine M. Difilippo, 45, of 2195B Warwick Ave., was charged with stealing $213 worth of merchandise from the Walmart on Post Road on Nov. 20. Police said they found other stolen … more
Thanks to Team RWB of Rhode Island and the Middletown Home Depot, West Bay Retirement Living has a flagpole in front of the building on West Shore Road. The flagpole was dedicated in services … more
NOTICE: For your convenience, you can e-mail your bulletin board notices to briang@rhodybeat.com as well as mail to 1944 Warwick Ave., Warwick, RI 02889, or fax to 732-3110. Tri-City … more
COLLAPSED: Although it had been periodically …
By KELCY DOLAN With what seems like a never-ending winter, homeowners and businesses alike are scrambling to clear their roofs before the next storm brings more snow or freezing rain. With so … more
COUNCIL BRIEFING: Attorney Terrence Fracassa, …
While Warwick Police Chief Stephen McCartney says the proposed security plan for a compassion center on Jefferson Boulevard and a nearby facility on Illinois Avenue where marijuana would be grown … more
If you are experiencing depression, anxiety or overwhelming stress coupled with an addiction to or dependence on drugs or alcohol, then The Kent Center’s new evening program may be right for you. … more
Bouchard’s brother, Richard DelleFemine, talks …
At an observance organized by the newly formed Rhode Island Military Organization and Warwick Veterans Organization, city officials and family of the victims of 9/11 gathered yesterday at the 9/11 … more
Singing for Vets
At Monday's School Committee meeting, the Vets Chorus used their unique abilities to spread their message against the school's repurposing. Utilizing the three minutes they were provided for public … more
JOEY KAZANJIAN
Four year-old Joey Kazanjian enjoyed his first Monster Jam show at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center last weekend. His mother, Jill, received four tickets to the event through the Warwick Beacon’s … more
PATRIOT SENDOFF: Pete Brock and Steve Grogan of …
Cheers went up as a convoy of tractor-trailers loaded with 600,000 pounds of food destined for the shelves of the region’s food banks pulled away from Ocean State Job Lot’s North Kingstown … more
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