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In the spirit of holiday giving, members of Warwick Daisy Troop 331 made “Blessing Bags” for the homeless. The girls made up bags of non-perishable items like soup, granola bars and applesauce … more
As part of a national effort Founded in 2007, Wreaths Across America delivered 4,000 wreaths to the state Veterans Cemetery in Exeter, where volunteers placed them on gravestones this past weekend. Arpin Van Lines participated in the event delivering more
St. Rose of Lima School has posted the honor roll for the first trimester. Students achieving honors are: 6th Grade High Honors with Distinction Rachel Alves Kayla DeLeo Laurel McMahon Grace Ritchotte Morgan Walsh High Honors Landon Picillo Emerson more
Just what was called for Saturday's snow provided the ideal conditions for Madison Fairhurst, 3, to use her snowman kit to put the crowning touches on her creation on West Shore Road. Her mother, Diane Powers, recorded the moment. (Warwick Beacon photo) more
An innovative program that helps inmates pivot to productive careers will conclude its first year this week with the graduation of 14 men and 12 women. Roger Williams University's School of Continuing Studies and the state Department of Corrections 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
By TESSA ROY After taking the school's first-ever programming class during his senior year at Toll Gate in 1983, Kip Fern discovered he had a passion for computer science. He went on to receive a degree in the field from MIT, become a volunteer and more
By JEN COWART The CS4RI Summit Dec. 14, a science fair, job fair, college fair and networking event all rolled into one, attracted more than 1,500 middle and high school students from across the state to the University of Rhode Island's Ryan Center, and more
By TESSA ROY Rhode Island leaders and electors conveyed an air of vigilance on Monday as Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea convened the Electoral College to cast their votes for President and Vice President of the United States. This was clearly one" more
Making it Christmas More than 50 families and 176 individuals were ensured a great Christmas thanks to the efforts of Kent Hospital employees and the hospital's Adopt-A-Family Program. Program organizers got out the bulk of gifts Friday morning as more
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