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By TESSA ROY Rhode Island leaders convened Thursday to celebrate the expansion of Virgin Pulse, a company specializing in health and wellness technology for workplaces in the state. The company acquired ShapeUp last year, and this expansion is expected more
Playing for charity Warwick Rep. K. Joseph Shekarchi was one of 36 legislators and news media people invited to play Black Jack for Charity hosted by Twin River Dec. 14. Shekarchi is seen here with Joanne Rego of Volunteer Services for Animals of more
By JOHN HOWELL Customers of the Kent County Water Authority, which includes about 4,000 homeowners and businesses in the Apponaug, Cowesett and East Natick sections of the city, can expect their rates to increase more than 14 percent as of the first of more
By TESSA ROY When School Committee Member Karen Bachus caught wind of a debacle at Warwick Veterans last Friday, she went down to the school herself to find out what was going on. Three teachers were pulled out of their classes, accused of more
By TESSA ROY Representative Patricia Morgan (R-District 26 Coventry, Warwick, West Warwick) has announced legislation regarding how schools can recognize and celebrate the winter holidays. The bill will allow teachers across the state to educate students more
A total of 181 years The retirement of six members of the school administration staff with a total of 181 years of service to Warwick schools were honored Monday during the administration's Christmas party. Margie Brown, who oversaw the benefit program more
DRIVING UNDERTHE INFLUENCEA driver who recently told officers, “Oh, this one will be easy. I used to be a model,” during a walk and turn sobriety test was arrested for suspicion of … more
Students protest More than 100 Pilgrim and Toll Gate students picketed the School Administration yesterday to voice concerns over the School Committee's decision not to endorse the City Council's request for an independent third-party investigation of more
In keeping with its holiday publishing schedule, only one edition of the Beacon will be published next week and the following week. The paper will be published Thursday, Dec. 29 and Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017. The offices of the paper will be closed on more
By TIM FORSBERG They've decked the halls, they're more than jolly, and because of their outstanding decorating efforts the Kinne family of Duncan Road are the winners of this year's voter's choice award in the Warwick Beacon's Christmas decorating more
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