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Governor Lincoln D. Chafee announced recently that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan has accepted his invitation to participate in a Charter Forum, which will highlight the role of Rhode … more
ADAMANT THAT SEWERS BE EXTENDED: Ward 8 …
After all the criticism of sewer assessments; usage fees and debt; petitions calling to reduced rates; and suggestions to eliminate the authority, it seemed the sewer review commission created by … more
The retreating tide, the shallow waters of Brushneck Cove and a crystal clear summer day made for some fun discoveries this past Tuesday. The swimming was pretty good, too. more
The Long-Term Facilities Planning Committee will meet on Tuesday to continue discussions about the future of school buildings in the city. The committee is tasked with coming up with a plan for … more
A LESSON IN SAVING THEIR OWN: Warwick …
“Mayday! Mayday!” Battalion Chief James McLaughlin remembers hearing those words during an incident about two years ago. Fellow firefighters were trapped in a house fire. “It’s a … more
BY THE SAME ARTIST? It seems impossible that Paul …
The mystery of the mural has been unraveled, but just partially. Soon after Tuesday’s Beacon hit the streets with a front-page picture of a mural found in a City Hall closet, Jan Marshall’s … more
OUT WITH A BANG: The Warwick Fire Department set …
The first Tuesday of August is a night that many Warwick groups reserve for the children. National Night Out, an event created by the National Association of Town Watch, is geared towards lowering … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police. WRONG NUMBER A Cranston man was charged with disorderly conduct and told not to come back to the Walmart on Aug. 3 … more
Jeffrey Paul Cahoon of Warwick graduated from Rhode Island College with cum laude honors, majoring in criminal justice and sociology. He also received Alpa Kappa Delta honors in sociology. He is the … more
THE FIRST: Acorn, the carousel horse on display …
This weekend, Oakland Beach will be overrun with horses. Carousel horses, that is. The Oakland Beach Carousel Foundation will host their annual fundraising carnival at Oakland Beach Commons … more
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