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By ETHAN HARTLEY -- In celebration of the 375th anniversary of the founding of Warwick, the Warwick Commission on Historical Cemeteries presented a series of reports on some of Warwick's founders and most storied residents. more
DEM INVESTIGATING BOATING FATALITY On July 30, the Warwick Harbor Master responded to a call for a medical emergency on a private vessel off Conimicut Point in Warwick. Kerrie Macaruso, 41 of North Providence, sustained fatal injuries while attempting to more
RAN A RED LIGHT While on a fixed traffic post at Wilde's Corner monitoring traffic on July 5 around 9:28 p.m., Officer Jacob Elderkin observed a car traveling east on West Shore Road that ran a red light. The car then had its lights turned off and turned more
On June 21 at approximately 5:37 p.m., Officer William Holz along with several members of the department were dispatched to the Bald Hill Road Walmart for a report of a shoplifting in progress. While en-route to the scene, dispatch more
By JOHN HOWELL Although it happened nearly 30 years ago, House Majority Leader K. Joseph Shekarchi vividly remembers the terror of the Craig Price murders and he wants to ensure any juvenile convicted of such a heinous crime remains behind bars for life more
DISORDERLY Officer Matthew Higgins and John Zaborski were dispatched to the Hilton Garden on Thurber Street on July 2 around 9:13 p.m. for a report of suspicious activity in the parking lot. At the scene the officers checked the area for a suspect more
Greetings, Rhode Island! Allow me to officially introduce myself. I am the new associate editor at the Beacon, Ethan Hartley. more
Great Fishing [Photo gallery]
Warwick photographer Dave Chartier captured this image of a bald eagle catching a dinner of menhaden from a school of the fish in Apponaug Cove last week. more
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Bill Coty says he has a high threshold for pain. Yet on the morning of Nov. 23 he was doubled over. On a scale of one to 10, he was at a 10. He felt as if his bladder was going to burst, but he couldn't relieve himself. Cote knew what the more
By TESSA ROY Local convenience stores have penned a letter opposing Gov. Gina Raimondo's proposed increase on the cigarette tax, saying such increases would hurt their customers and businesses. If Raimondo's budget is passed, it would hike the cigarette more
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