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There will be a special Oakland Beach Crime Watch meeting June 27 at 6:30 p.m. at the JONAH Community Center, 830 Oakland Beach Ave. Due to recent events in Warwick, other communities have voiced a … more
Starting last month, the Stroke Center at Kent Hospital introduced a new stroke support group for stroke survivors and caregivers. The group will meet at the Trowbridge Building, located adjacent to … more
After almost a month of debate and disagreement, the Senate approved a plan last week to tie interest rates on student loans to the economic market with a “reasonable cap.” Subsidized … more
Here, the gorilla – 6th grader Matt Galipeau …
Lit pumpkins lined the walkway around Scott School Tuesday night as the school PTA held its second annual pumpkin carving contest and book fair under the leadership of Amie Galipeau. Students judged … more
To the Editor: I was greatly pleased to read Henry Brown’s letter in the Oct. 29 Beacon. I was 7 years old in 1930 when my widowed mother and I moved to 3 Scandia Avenue. We then called the … more
Buffalo Wild Wings® and the Boys & Girls Clubs are teaming up to make an impact in the lives of Warwick kids. In honor of Boys & Girls Clubs’ Club Week, the Warwick Buffalo Wild Wings at Warwick … more
It’s a guess, but Department of Environmental Management fishery biologist Phil Edwards is hopeful the buckeyes will return to Buckeye Brook in the numbers seen in the past two years. Edwards … more
HONORING THEIR LOVED ONE: The memorial ceremony …
Although the sky was gray, the rain held off Friday morning so faculty, staff, students and friends of Aldrich Junior High could gather outside for a memorial ceremony for Martha Whitaker. … more
VIRTUAL REALITY: Nexperience, which just opened …
Roller coasters, space travel, ping-pong toss, and Rhode Island have a lot in common. The connection? Nexperience’s virtual reality programs. Virtual reality is a computer-simulated experience … more
THE HORROR OF AUSCHWITZ: Rabbi Baruch G. …
Warwick Veterans High School students received a living lesson in history Monday from Rabbi Baruch G. Goldstein, a survivor of the Auschwitz concentration and extermination camp in Poland. “In … more
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