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Community effort The Conimicut Village Community Police Substation recently got a fresh new look thanks to members of the Conimicut Village Association. Here they pose with Community Police Officer Mark Jandreau in front of the substation on West Shore more
Same great flavors, new place What better than a new flavor of ice cream on a summer day? Diane Dorsey provided the treats last week when Mayor Joseph Solomon and Lauren Slocum, president and CEO of the Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce, visited more
No money? No matter. Game on. The Toll Gate women's soccer team has been taking their future in their own hands in spite of not knowing whether or not they will be able to field a team and play games next year due to drastic budget cuts. They have been more
By ETHAN HARTLEY You never know what you'll find on a supply run in post-apocalyptic America. Maybe some dishware, knick-knacks, maybe some food if you're lucky. In the case of Warwick native Nathan Quattrini, what he found was over 1,000 pounds of more
Straight from the pages More than 300 Holliman students made up Tuesday's reading parade organized by reading specialist Ali Kanaczet and held at the Pilgrim track. Kanaczet started planning for the event last fall, gaining approvals from Holliman more
Back at home More than 100 Airmen and several C-130J aircraft from the 143d Airlift Wing returned to Quonset Air National Guard Base in North Kingstown on July 4-5 from a deployment to an undisclosed location in support of Operation Freedom's Sentinel. more
A trio of support AT&T, a longtime supporter of the Rhode Island Academic Decathlon stepped up to the plate again this year with a $5,000 donation. The money will help pay for the competition that was held March 10 as well as testing materials and meals more
Red, white & blue and green all over Mark Cardarelli (second from left) revived a tradition this 4th of July when he painted a 13.5 by 7-foot American flag on his front lawn in celebration of Independence Day, his favorite holiday. The tradition was more
Commissioned On Wednesday, May 15 Henry Cascella, a 2015 graduate of Pilgrim, was commissioned into the U.S. Army as a 2nd Lieutenant. The son of Richard and Donna Cascella, Henry will attend Flight School at Ft. Rucker, Alabama in the fall. He graduated more
In vocalist competition This year, three members represented Warwick Veterans Memorial Middle School Chorus at the Rhode Island Music Educators All-State Choral Festival last November. On Friday, June 7 these three students will join the other members of more
Splash time for some Conimicut Point provided easy access to the water for swimmers and fishermen over the weekend. Many chose to watch the scene from the shade of point pines and tents with a cool drink in hand. (Warwick Beacon photo) more
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