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Following high-profile incidents involving autonomous vehicle technologies, a new report from AAA's multi-year tracking study indicates that consumer trust in these vehicles has quickly eroded. Today, three-quarters (73 percent) of American drivers more
By THERESA BROWN In his visit to Pilgrim High School's Political Involvement Club (Pil-PI) on Tuesday Nathan Cornell, a candidate for Warwick School Committee member for District 3, suggested what students could do and how they could speak up about their more
By KAREN KALUNIAN With a simple flash of light, Steve Brosnihan has brought smiles to thousands of children who have spent time at Hasbro Children's Hospital in Providence. He is the Resident Cartoonist at Hasbro, where he has been sharing his artistic more
Partners HealthCare and Care New England Health System announced Wednesday the signing of a definitive agreement formalizing Partners' planned acquisition of Care New England (CNE). Kent in Warwick is a CNE hospital. The release asserts that, The" more
Keeping count Shawn Edwards of Cranston, a URI senior enrolled in wildlife natural resource science studies, is one of a score of volunteers keeping a count of alewives and herring (Buckeyes) making the annual spawning run in Buckeye Brook to Warwick more
City Council Chambers was packed Tuesday as friends and family and city officials turned out to celebrate the promotion of police officers and the swearing in of five new probationary officers. In remarks Acting Mayor Joseph Solomon lauded the more
By THERESA BROWN It was a scene appropriate for end of school times in headed towards Memorial Day - cars, military vehicles, sunshine, lawn games and barbeque - wholly American. On Wednesday, May 23, the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center (WACTC) more
Firehouse fun Maggie Mintz, 3, enjoyed looking at the fire truck parked at Station 8 in Warwick during a demonstration of the fire cadets who had just graduated the Warwick Fire Department Explorers program. (Warwick Beacon photo) more
By JOHN HOWELL Something for free? That's just what the Warwick Sewer Authority is offering nearly 2,000 homeowners who have the capability to tie into the system, even had paid or are paying the assessment but have elected not to connect. In letters more
Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) introduced legislation Wednesday to protect children from unsecured firearms. The Child Gun Access Prevention Act would promote state laws that hold gun owners criminally liable if their firearms are used by children. more
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