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Rep. Shelby Maldonado (D-Dist. 56, Central Falls) and Senate Majority Leader Michael J. McCaffrey (D-Dist. 29, Warwick) have introduced legislation that would continue to protect undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as minors. In 2012, more
By PETE FONTAINE Eggcitement! That's what people were calling the Tri-City Elks 2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday that featured a record 200-plus children ages 2-10, 2,100 multi-colored plastic eggs and included a rather unique lesson in life centered more
By JOHN HOWELL It caught the interest of many - a three-day family fair at Rocky Point with rides, games, food and music. There will be a fair this summer, but it won't be at Rocky Point as billed on social media, says Justin Perreault. A Warwick more
1st repeat winner Warwick Veterans Middle School 8th grader Evan Jollie is the school's 2018 National Geographic Geography Bee winner. This is Evan's second year in a row winning the school competition and the first repeat winner in Warwick history. more
By ANNA BEAULIEU Warwick Public Children's Library will get a stream and then a whale. The stream will be blue, but not wet and the whale is so big that it won't make it to the second story Children's Library. It will have to stay in the library's large more
The Warwick Beacon is continuing its partnership with the Warwick Animal Shelter to help raise awareness about the dogs and cats available for adoption at its location on Arthur Devine Boulevard - this time with the aid of video. While the Beacon and its more
By JOHN HOWELL It's been three months since city employees reporting for work discovered that a pipe had burst in the City Hall Annex, soaking records in the tax assessor's office and causing ceiling titles to crumble. Mayor Scott Avedisian acted more
VANDALISM On March 12 at approximately 3:22 p.m., Officer Quentin Tavares was dispatched to the Bald Hill Road Target for a malicious damage report. At the scene he spoke with the owner of a large CAT machinery vehicle that was parked in the Target more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) today is identifying the decedent whose body was found in Narragansett Bay off Barrington March 23 as Michael R. Perry, 46, of Warwick. Mr. Perry left Conimicut Point in a kayak on Jan. 12. more
Making good on a promise While unfortunately many members of Troop 7 Buttonwoods were not able to make it, Joshua Summers, who is working on his National Youth Leadership Training badge, and his brother Andrew, also a member of the troop, cleaned out the more
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