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Designs on winning Graphics arts students at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center have a way of winning design contests sponsored by nonprofits and corporations. Instructor Jann Rogers Gartner has high hopes of continuing the trend. Her students more
By JOHN HOWELL Two Correntes, no relation to one another, are facing off in the first skirmish of the 2018 race for mayor. Anthony Corrente, chair of the Warwick Republican City Committee, has charged Democratic candidate for Mayor Richard Corrente with" more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Warwick School Committee voted to approve Superintendent Philip Thornton's recommendation to not renew the one-year contract of Norwood Elementary School principal John Gannon, despite a large showing of support. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Tax Assessor Christopher Celeste, who played a key role in addressing a high volume of contested property assessments and in implementing a citywide full revaluation, has resigned under duress. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Rhode Island politicians responded quickly and candidly to President Donald Trump's first State of the Union address on Tuesday night, which ran as the third-longest State of the Union in the country's history. more
By PEDER S. SCHAEFER When Mayor Scott Avedisian assumes his new job as CEO of the Rhode Island Transit Authority June 1, he wants to improve service by strengthening the connection between Rhode Island's universities, capturing more riders of choice, and more
By JOHN HOWELL Just when you imagined work has been completed at the Apponaug Circulator, don't be surprised to find workers back. This time they'll be taking down many of the signs they erected in the last several months, plus adding some new ones. The more
By JOHN HOWELL It may seem like reverse math, but it makes perfect logic that the more you take out, the more you save. We're not talking about a bank account, but rather trash. Department of Public Works Director Richard Crenca is all about reducing the more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Last week, the Warwick City Council officially leased the land to the state Department of Environment Management which will, in the near future, become the site of a revamped public pier off the jagged coast of Rocky Point. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Mayor Scott Avedisian opened up during an hour-long interview with the Beacon Monday while discussing his impending departure to become the CEO of the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority, talking about what factored into his decision more
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