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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 more
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. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A group of 32 members of the faculty and staff of Norwood Elementary School shared a letter with the Beacon that they crafted in support of their principal, John Gannon. more
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. more
Susan E. (Fleming) Knight, RN, 58, died Friday, February 9, 2018. She was the beloved wife of Dennis Knight. Born in Providence, she was a daughter of the late Thomas Fleming and Anne (Gumbley) … more
Herbert J. Underhill Jr. DDS, 89, of Narragansett, died peacefully Saturday, February 10, 2018. He was the husband of Anne O’Neil Underhill for 51 years until her death. He was born September … more
The CCRI golf program has encountered nothing but success in recent years, entering the upcoming spring season after winning five consecutive Region XXI titles. The Knights will be looking to continue their regional more
The Pilgrim Patriots boys' basketball team rallied back from a slow start and beat the Johnston Panthers, 70-58, Friday night on the road. Senior and Bryant College baseball commit Matt Woods led Pilgrim with 21 points more
Some of the top college football coaches in the country have made the trip to Bishop Hendricken in recent weeks, all for one common purpose - recruiting highly-coveted offensive lineman Xavier Truss. Truss, who stands at more
Review By DON FOWLER The owners of the Collyer Entertainment Center in Lincoln have converted a stretch of former industrial buildings into a family entertainment complex that includes rock climbing, batting cages, paintball, laser tag, arcades and more
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