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CAT EUTHANIZED On January 13 at approximately 3:23 p.m., Officer Richard Odell was driving north on Greenwich Avenue when he saw a cat get struck by a passing vehicle. According to his report, the officer observed a car driving south on Greenwich Avenue more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) has announced a new, mandatory education and certification program for everyone who commercially harvests and lands shellfish in Rhode Island. more
By JOHN HOWELL For years the Warwick Sewer Authority has sought to gain approval of a connect capable fee that would charge property owners for not tying into the sewer system. Now, rather than using a stick, the authority is looking to a carrot. The more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Tara Cirella, along with her friend Christine Ellingwood, didn't intend to get a brother and sister puppy when they walked into the Animal Protection League. Until they did. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Like the mythical Phoenix that rose from the ashes to fly, Edgewood Yacht Club has risen to stand again in the wake of a 2011 winter storm fire. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Members of the Warwick City Council, in advance of allocating a previously promised $3 million to the Warwick School Department last Wednesday, took the opportunity to criticize the department. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Warwick School Committee approved a revised balanced budget 4-1, with Karen Bachus dissenting, on Thursday, Jan. 18 after a contentious meeting with the Warwick City Council the previous day. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Dave's Bar and Grill on Post Road in Warwick may not be your first choice to engage in meaningful political discourse - especially when the New England Patriots were playing in their 7th-consecutive AFC Championship game against the more
It's cold and snowy out there, but despite the temperature, many Rhode Islanders consistently buckle up their boots and head out in the cold to fill their bird feeders each week. Determined to help our feathered friends survive the winter storms and more
No snow day Secondary school students wait for the bus Wednesday morning at Dry Brook Road as giant snowflakes fly. Opening of schools was delayed an hour, but Wednesday wasn't yet another snow day. (Warwick Beacon photo) more
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