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By TESSA ROY The East Greenwich Animal Protection League, which has had homes in East Greenwich, Cranston and Warwick might finally have a permanent home. After four location changes - each move meaning transporting animals, equipment, computers, more
`Tis the season for mass consumption, and with it comes massive quantities of waste. The Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (RIRRC) is prepared for the influx of holiday rubbish at the Central Landfill in Johnston, and they're more
Dipping isn't for the dogs Sue Parker and her husband, Harry, weren't chicken, although they were dressed like them New Year's Day. Both of them made the Little Rhodie Bully Breed Club plunge at City Park. About 60 other dog lovers and advocates of the more
By TESSA ROY Many of Rhode Island's New Year's Day plunges are held in Newport, Jamestown or Westerly, but you won't need to travel that far to take a dip with some equally inclined people. The Rhode Island Mentoring Partnership and Little Rhodie Bully more
By TESSA ROY The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) is facing pushback after announcing the end of its program that enables 13,000 low-income seniors or people with disabilities to ride without paying a fare. A fare of 50 cents to board and more
Legislation introduced by Rep. Jim Langevin (D-RI) and Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Texas) was signed into law Friday to strengthen collaborative cybersecurity research and development efforts between the United States and Israel. The pair of lawmakers more
As it did during Christmas week, the Beacon will be published once on New Year's week. The next edition of the paper will be Thursday, Jan. 5. Regular semi-weekly publication resumes with the Jan. 10th edition. Carrier delivered subscribers will be more
Minority Leader Patricia Morgan (R-District 26 Coventry, Warwick, West Warwick) and Representative Bob Quattrocchi (R-District 41 Scituate/Cranston) visited the state Department of Human Services field office, located on Elmwood Avenue in Providence, more
Department of Public Works Director David Picozzi feared the worst when he was awoken Tuesday night by a call from the Warwick Fire Department. A truck was on fire in the City Yard. Picozzi didn't linger. He raced from his house, expecting to hear the more
By MARY DOLAN Jim Paolucci, owner of the Cowesett Inn restaurant, has made saving shelter dogs his mission. Paolucci founded the Brandi Project four years ago after bonding with a shelter dog, Brandi, at a party thrown by her foster family at the time more
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