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Warwick Police are hopeful a puppy will give them a lead to the three men believed to be in their mid-20s who broke into a Beatrice Avenue home early Feb. 3, held two adult males at gunpoint while ransacking the house and making off with a small quantity more
By JOHN HOWELL Tharun Somasundar knows it's a long shot. He estimates he's one of more than 2,000 who have applied to the Boston University seven-year medical program and that only 20 applicants will be accepted. Not quite as much as a long shot is his more
By TESSA ROY One of Rhode Island's own, and formerly one of the Beacon's own, was one of the first reporters to participate in a White House press briefing via Skype seats." WPRI 12's Kim Kalunian was one of four reporters (others were Natalie Herbick" more
By JOHN HOWELL Although overtime costs for the Warwick Fire Department continue to run ahead of budget for the current fiscal year, Chief James McLaughlin reported Monday a dramatic decline in overtime hours since 24 recruits officially joined the force more
By JOHN HOWELL Will next fall's sixth graders return to their elementary schools, or will they become the first class to be folded into new middle schools at Vets and Winman? The plan is for the two junior high schools, now comprised of 7th and 8th more
Gift of mobility Mobility Equipment Recyclers of New England, located in North Kingstown, once again gave the Gift of Mobility to three needy individuals this holiday season. Throughout the month of December, the environmentally-friendly company accepted more
NOTICE: For your convenience, you can e-mail your bulletin board notices to briang@rhodybeat.com as well as mail to 1944 Warwick Ave., Warwick, RI 02889, or fax to 732-3110. Tri-City Elks Roger Ceresi and the All-Starz Band Feb. 11 from 8-11:30 p.m. more
Representative Charlene Lima, Cranston/Providence Dist-14 and Representative Robert Nardolillo, Coventry Dist-28, are co-sponsors of legislation requiring all school buses in Rhode Island to be equipped with an Ignition Interlock System to protect Rhode more
Several years ago, Barnes & Noble in Rhode Island created the My Favorite Teacher Contest, a program to provide students an opportunity to voice their appreciation and recognize a teacher who has had positive impact on them - either personally or more
The Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Foundation and Elite Physical Therapy are partnering together to provide education and services to help people touched by breast cancer.  “We are so happy to be … more
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