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And then there's hell week The Toll Gate Girls Soccer team started off the season Saturday with a car wash at the dental offices of Dr. Kenneth Rudman in Apponaug. The girls had a steady stream of cars to work on, although there was enough time to let more
To attend URI Edward Laim Egan, son of Stephen and Barbara Egan of Warwick, graduated from LaSalle Academy on June 6, 2019. This was an especially special day since Edward's deceased grandfather, Edward J. Walsh, jumped with the 101st Airborne 75 years more
Chris Sanford, owner of PuroClean Disaster Restoration in Warwick was awarded PuroClean's Brand Promise Award at the company's recently held convention at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center in Detroit, Michigan. It is an honor to be" more
19 million meals and counting On July 30, Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island delivered its 19-millionth meal to 88-year-old Joseph Brisson at his home in Cranston. Brisson is a widower and Korean War veteran who lives with Alzheimer's disease. In addition more
A day for purple The William Shields Post in Conimicut hosted a blood drive Wednesday in memory of Gianna Cirella, the Toll Gate student who died of sepsis on Nov. 1, 2017. Gianna's girls soccer teammates - wearing Gianna's favorite color purple - turned more
Splashing into a heat wave Yes, it was in the 90s, and yes, the heat index made it seem even hotter unless you were a member of the Building Blocks Child Care Center based at Warwick Central Baptist Church. The center that provides year round care for more
Taxpayers waited to pay their bills Wednesday at the tax collector’s office in the Buttonwoods Community Center. For most people, the wait was no more than 20 minutes. The deadline for first … more
Unmasking a fun camp Summer art camp at the Warwick Center for the Arts in Apponaug next to City Hall is in full swing, with as many as 15 campers per session Monday through Friday. Morning, mid-morning and afternoon sessions will be held through Aug. more
By air and sea With the Conimicut home of George and Lori Pesce overlooking upper Narragansett Bay, there seemed to be no better place for a wedding. Lori always thought it would be the perfect venue, and when she learned her Warwick friends, Melissa more
They have their wheels The McMahon sisters Lily, Annabelle and Alice took to their skateboards to visit Conimicut Point and return home via Bellman Avenue on Sunday. No matter the form of conveyance, it was a good day to be out. (Warwick Beacon photo) more
Celebrating his ordination Warwick Cornerstone Adult Services participants honored Rev. Francis O'Hara during his June visit to the Memory Care Center. Father O'Hara, Pastor Emeritus at St. Kevin Church, has celebrated Mass at the adult day health center more
In the eye of the beholder Thousands of motorists pass a utility easement off Natick Avenue across from Cranston West every day and probably don't think to look at it. But Erin Spencer of Warwick is an artist and she spotted the unusual terrain more
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