By JOHN HOWELL -- Offering a rare insight to contract negotiations with Warwick Firefighters, Warwick activist Rob Cote emailed photographs from two pages of the city's proposal to the news media and public officials...
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Warwick Public Schools administrators took time to address the impending consolidation of elementary schools and the integration of sixth graders into the two middle schools (6th, 7th and 8th grade).
By JOHN HOWELL -- You may get a bang out of this time of year. That’s not what city and state crews want, but it seems just as fast as potholes are filled, they open up again.
By TOM GREENBERG -- Thanks to a combined effort what could have been a tragic story involving an abandoned cat ended on a happier note.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- According to the finance director for Warwick Public Schools, having a restricted fund balance dedicated to controlling the costs of increasing premiums and other healthcare related costs has saved the district millions.
By JOHN HOWELL -- Avedisian is in no rush to have city departments return to the Annex, which was evacuated after a burst water pipe forced its closure shortly after the New Year.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Warwick School Committee voted to approve Superintendent Philip Thornton's recommendation to not renew the one-year contract of Norwood Elementary School principal John Gannon, despite a large showing of support.
Oakland Beach School first graders in the class of Tammy Heilmann made Valentine thank you posters using their hands to create bouquets.
By JOHN HOWELL -- Nancy Longiaru is 88 years old and says she's ready to retire. It's not a decision that many people in Warwick feel good about.
By TIM FORSBERG More than 2,000 bank employees, family members, and local leaders converged at the Citizens Bank Campus off Greenville Avenue in Johnston Saturday for an open house tour of the more than 420,000-square-foot facility. This is so"
By THOMAS GREENBERG Four year-old Davis McLarnon has had a tough childhood although he doesn't complain. In June of last year, when he was three years old, he was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor called medulloblastoma, which had also spread to his
By ETHAN HARTLEY Robert Flanders, who is challenging incumbent U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse in the upcoming election, stopped by the weekly meeting of the Warwick Rotary Club on Thursday afternoon to have lunch and speak to a full gathering at the
Beacon Communications, which publishes the Warwick Beacon, Cranston Herald and Johnston Sun Rise newspapers, has acquired the Coventry-based Reminder, a buyer's guide publication of classifieds and adverts that publishes 28,000 copies weekly.