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By JOHN HOWELL Running for mayor of Warwick is not a whim for Sue Stenhouse. She was prepared to run in 2010 and, in fact, laid out her campaign to the point of designing signs, identifying those issues she wanted to focus on and developing a website. more
By MARGARET TAYLOR Gail Felix cannot possibly understand why anyone would steal from a senior center. Moreover, she can't understand why anyone would steal basic, seasonal plants right out of the garden. However, that is exactly what has been happening more
By ETHAN HARTLEY National news was the hot topic at the Pilgrim Senior Center on Monday morning, as seniors chatted over coffee and donut holes with Senator Sheldon Whitehouse. Subjects ranged from Republican attempts to undercut social security money to more
By JOHN HOWELL The Rhode Island Marine Archaeology Project Director Kathy Abbass runs a tight ship. Rep. Joseph McNamara knows that, so when a visitor stepped into the waters off Gaspee Point Friday afternoon to assist holding a measuring tape, he was more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Those dejected over the closing of the Buttonwoods Community Center may have reason to rejoice sooner than they may believe, as top city officials are putting a high priority on reopening at least a portion of the building for use again more
NOTICE: For your convenience, you can e-mail your bulletin board notices to briang@rhodybeat.com as well as mail to 1944 Warwick Ave., Warwick, RI 02889, or fax to 732-3110. Tri-City Elks Car show continues every Thursday evening beginning at 5 p.m. Tiki more
The Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) recently announced the arrivals of Linda Hughes, Vice President of Marketing, Air Service and Media Relations, and Christine Vitt, Senior Vice President and Chief Infrastructure Officer. RIAC also announced two more
By MARGARET TAYLOR Students at Toll Gate High School may be taking some time off for the summer, but that doesn't mean they have stopped noticing what is happening on school grounds. Leah Prak, a rising senior reported to the Beacon Monday that students, more
Slimming down A section of Greenwich Avenue from Apponaug to the Crowne Plaza has been reduced from four to two lanes by the state Department of Transportation as part of its road diet" program to reduce speeds and enhance safety on four-lane roads that" more
It's a beach tradition Motorheads know where they can find companionship on summer Tuesday evenings - Oakland Beach Commons, of course, where bay breezes are refreshing and the DJ spins the oldies. The late Kevin Oliver started the Tuesday cruise nights more
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