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PATIO SET A Harrington Avenue homeowner told Officer Eric Lima he went on vacation on Sept. 17 and returned on Sept. 30 to find that someone had taken the patio table and four chairs from his … more
MISSING TOW HOOK Officer Gary Driscoll was dispatched to 193 Morse Ave. at 9:45 a.m. on March 16 for a report of a larceny from a vehicle. Upon arrival, Driscoll said he met with the victim, who … more
SANTA’S ARRIVAL: Santa and Mrs. Claus arrived …
Let me share with you one of the best-kept secrets about the Garden City Santa Claus – the man who has been portraying Santa since 1978, when he first donned the Santa suit as a senior in high … more
To the Editor: I have been following very closely the proposals being discussed to close one of the three Warwick high schools to accommodate our junior high school students in an effort to reduce … more
LEADER OF TEAM: Not Your Average Joe’s General …
Not Your Average Joe’s Kitchen and Bar, the new restaurant at the Warwick Mall, officially opened its doors for dinner last night and is having their first full-day of business today. Yesterday … more
ONE MORE TIME: If school closure plans proceed, …
In 1963, the very year that Pilgrim High School opened, a Thanksgiving football tradition was born. Nine years later, Toll Gate High School opened its doors and another tradition began. Now, five … more
MISSING BENZ Officer Scott Chanthaphouvong went to Inskip Motors on Bald Hill Road on Feb. 25 to hear a report of a new car that had gone missing from the lot. He said the sales manager told him … more
REALIZING HER DREAM: Retail Therapy Beauty Bar …
Anita Kiernan realized her dream of starting a one-stop, client service-focused shop for makeup, beauty services and drinks when the appropriately named Retail Therapy Beauty Bar opened its doors in … more
The Warwick Beacon wasn’t alone in getting calls as crews erected Friday a “blast deflector” at the end of Runway 16-34. The Rhode Island Airport Corporation also got the calls and President … more
WATER IN RESERVE: Kent Hospital turned to its …
It is highly probable that any of the bacteria that required the Kent County Water Authority to issue a “boil water” advisory over the weekend never left the 2.1 million gallon tank where it was … more
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