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Thankfully, it wasn’t a typical February day. There could have been snow. The temperatures could have been in the 20s. Instead, temperatures were in the 50s and there was the threat of rain. It … more
With only minor revisions, the Planning Board granted Wednesday night preliminary approval for two major land development projects that will mean a revised and larger Cumberland Farms on Warwick Avenue and O'Reilly Auto Parts and Dollar more
With the budget approved and the legislative session at an end, Governor Gina Raimondo sat down with Beacon reporters Tuesday to discuss the state of Rhode Island and what to expect moving forward. … more
Once labeled the noisy and uncaring neighbor, Green Airport has become the hope for economic development and a better future – even for those living near it. That’s not to say there are no … more
It doesn’t take much imagination to see where Apponaug traffic will go, and by late summer or early fall a two-way extended Veterans Memorial Drive will be operational, according to Charles St. … more
Superintendent Philip Thornton’s goal of wrapping up a teacher contract by the end of the academic year, if not sooner, seems to be turning into a pipe dream, although he has no intention of giving … more
It’s all about the numbers. The leadership says tolls are the way to raise the money to support a “surge” in bridge repairs. Those in the trucking industry say the truck-toll revenues … more
By JOHN HOWELL Having served on the board of the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority for five years, most of them as chairman, Mayor Scott Avedisian submitted his resignation Monday to Gov. Gina Raimondo. My term is up and I didn't want to make a" more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police Department. 93-YEAR-OLD RESCUED On Feb. 6 at 12:05 p.m., Warwick police dispatch received a call from Warwick fire and rescue … more
The district has been able to reduce the total number of layoffs within the school system to approximately 30, but the issue continues to be a point of contention between the administration and the … more
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