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Not quite ready There's no mistaking the former Benny's store on Warwick Avenue will open as a Job Lot. It will become the new home for the legacy" Job Lot store that opened in the early 1990s at what was a First National food store across from the" more
Same day, same place, different times It was serendipitous that Lincoln Smith ended up at Conimicut Point Friday morning. He had set out to photograph the sunrise from Rocky Point and on his way home swung by Conimicut to capture this image of the more
Historic evening for history buffs Toll Gate High School had a great showing at the Rhode Island State National History Day Competition held this past spring at Rhode Island College. The following students won 1st, 2nd or 3rd places in their respective more
Red carpet service at red ribbon event Members of the Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Joseph Solomon and friends were in for a treat at the recent ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the opening of Sweet Dee's on Music Lane in Apponaug. more
State champs The Warwick School Committee and central administration congratulated the Warwick Veterans Middle School softball team, which won the state championship this summer after securing a perfect record. The team consists of Rich Hough (manager), more
Veteran artist WWII veteran of the Battle of Imo Jima, Dewey Turilli of Warwick Neck, is surely at 97 years old the senior of the painting group that meets regularly at the Vet Center on Warwick Avenue. The center introduced the activity for veterans who more
Blessed as a learning place Father Roger Gagne, pastor of St. Peter Church, blesses the new outdoor classroom with the help of students at St. Peter School. The Sister Mary Angelus Outdoor Classroom is a welcome addition to the school, and the blessing more
Keeping it local Traditionally, Warwick Police have played an active role in the statewide Cops, Kids and Classroom drive to ensure that kids returning to school have the supplies they need. This year, the effort was targeted locally with a focus on more
Same scene, something new There were tears for sure, just as there were smiles. But by far the smiles outshined the tears as 306 elementary students K-5 filled Hoxsie School Thursday morning. Principal Gary McCoombs said there are two classes for each of more
Summer skies While the sunset dimmed the scene, last week's full moon made for enjoyable conditions to continue fishing, exploring the beach or simply taking in the evening's cool breezes at Conimicut Point. (Warwick Beacon photo) more
Fast trip to Warwick What those who witnessed some of the 45 high-speed ocean racers pull into Warwick Cove Marina on Saturday didn't get to see were the craft as they sped between five stops in the poker run hosted by Borden Light Marina in Fall River. more
Her mission lives on The Ocean State Council of Independent Living (OSCIL) recently awarded five $1,296 scholarships to college students with disabilities. The scholarships are in memory of Catherine T. Murray, a late Warwick teacher and OSCIL volunteer more
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