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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
Returning with the gold The Warwick Veterans Memorial Middle School Choir, a group of 52 sixth, seventh and eighth graders performed on June 7th at the Great East Festival. The adjudicated scores of 90 and 91 marked the third year in a row for these high more
Music that lifts the spirit The Ocean State Pops made preparations for its upcoming concert at St. Kevin Church on Tuesday evening. A unique 501(c)(3) nonprofit, the Ocean State Pops is an all-volunteer, 60-piece orchestra that began in 1993 with the 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
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
A call to all singers Greenwood Church is holding its annual summer choir every Sunday from now through Aug. 25, welcoming singers of all ages. The choir gathers at the church at 9 a.m. to learn a piece of music to sing. The songs are fun and easy, and 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
Remembering 20 years in fight against Alzheimer's Greenwich Farms at Warwick, a Benchmark assisted living community in Warwick, and Edward Jones share a common goal of supporting the Alzheimer's Association in their fight to end Alzheimer's, especially more
There was plenty of American spirit down at the Masonic Youth Center on Long Avenue in Warwick, the site of the Boys and Girls Club summer camp activities. About 90 kids were enjoying the summer … 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
All smiles no matter the weather The Oakland Beach branch of the Boys and Girls Club hosted its annual cookout on Friday, June 21, with food supplied by the Cranston 99 Restaurant. Inclement weather forced the approximately 150 kids to be served indoors, more
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