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By ETHAN HARTLEY -- In today’s politically charged environment, the need for a space to safely and orderly orchestrate discussions about politics has become palpable. A teacher/student duo is filling that void with a new club. more
On the hunt for Jingles Cedar Hill School kindergarteners were mystified when the gingerbread woman they named Jingles disappeared from their classroom. They posted missing posters throughout the school and imagined what might have happened - perhaps she more
The Community College of Rhode Island's Knight Campus Student Government invites the public to a 9/11 Remembrance honoring first responders and veterans at 8 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 11, in the Great Hall at the campus, 400 East Ave., Warwick. Attending the more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- David Zapatka, an award-winning photographer, spent four years photographing 130 lighthouses from eight states under beautiful nighttime skies. more
NOTICE: For your convenience, you can e-mail your bulletin board notices to as well as mail to 1944 Warwick Ave., Warwick, RI 02889, or fax to 732-3110. Tri-City Elks Tri-City Elks continue with the Classic Car Show" each Thursday" more
MarineMax Warwick has launched its Service Express mobile app to make scheduling boat service easier.  “We are excited to provide a new and convenient way to schedule your service in advance! … more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Ted Kresse works for National Grid, but he decided he would call the number anyway. He knew he wasn’t calling National Grid. He had been given the number, 844-263-3289, by the Warwick Beacon. more
The show must go on Sometimes things seem to conspire to thwart the best of plans. That happened Friday night as Pilgrim senior staged the 2017-18 Pilgrim Idol competition, a major fundraiser for the school's annual After Prom Extravaganza. Traffic more
Spreading Christmas cheer Fred Moussally of Lakecrest Circle on Warwick Pond spread holiday cheer to the Warwick Animal Shelter on Wednesday afternoon, as he is seen here handing a check for $350 to Ann Corvin, director of the shelter. Moussally more
In keeping with its traditional holiday schedule, one edition of the Beacon will be published next week and the following week. The paper will be published on Thursday, Dec. 28 and on Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018. Deadlines for both Thursday editions is the more
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