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By ETHAN HARTLEY The next saga in the Warwick school budget crisis has been written, but once again the future remains uncertain. On Monday morning Mayor Joseph Solomon sent out a press release through his office reporting that the city had offered $1.75 more
Color on a gray day This giant umbrella was just what was needed on Saturday with its recording of 1.62 inches of rain. Apart from shelter, the umbrella also provided a spot of brightness to Pilgrim Parkway. (Warwick Beacon photo) more
At this time of year it's a race with the weeds. Steve Stycos, the Cranston Councilman who for the last nine years is the farmer at the Westbay Community Action farm on Centerville Road knows that all too well. Stycos is well suited for his role. He's up more
Pilgrim High School recently posted honors for the 4th quarter. Those earning honors are as follows: GRADE NINE: HIGH HONORS: Hayley M. Alves, Michelle Antelo, Phakeo Arounerangsy, Cole R. Baptista, Cassandra Beaune, Jocelynn Bechtel, Daniel Bergeron, more
For playground improvements The Conimicut Village Association happily received a State Senate grant from the hands of Senator Michael McCaffrey at their July monthly meeting. Mayor Joe Solomon, Ginny Barham, president, Leslie Derrig, vice president, and more
More than 225 people came out to support, celebrate, volunteer and ride with LIFEcycle as they put on their final Ride `Round Rhody (RRR) cycling event July 29 to aid cancer treatment and research. Amid open fields of turf and flowers at the Farmer's more
Her time Colleen Kasegian turned on the air conditioning, put on some music, grabbed a book and leaned back to enjoy some time on her own as she waited for her daughter, Lauren, to complete a math test being given at the Warwick Public Library Monday. more
Plans for the 2019 city calendar are underway and Mayor Joseph Solomon invites residents to submit photos for consideration. “The photos that are featured every year really help to showcase our … more
By TARA MONASTESSE Students are demanding action - in schools, in the streets of their communities and in government office. And the next big step of their mission will be taking place soon. The Rhode Island Coalition Against Gun Violence will host a more
Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) is accepting applications for interns in his Rhode Island and Washington, D.C. offices for the fall. This unpaid program is open to civic-minded college students who are available for at least 10 hours per week. A more
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