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DUI Just before 7 p.m. on Aug. 23, Officer Evan E. Johnson responded to the Cumberland Farms location on West Natick Road for a report of an intoxicated driver preparing to leave the scene. While en route, Johnson observed the vehicle in question 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
By ETHAN HARTLEY Aiming to cut down on classroom distractions, teachers and administrators within Warwick Schools will have two more tools on their side as the new school year gets rolling - one rooted in policy and the other in technology. During a more
By TARA MONASTESSE TPP Fitness, a gym that relocated from Pawtucket to the Airport Plaza in Warwick this summer, is taking a literal approach to fighting Parkinson's disease: by arming patrons with boxing gloves and challenging them to bring the thunder more
By JOHN HOWELL Bobby Martorelli launched his landscape business, Martorelli Property Services, with a single lawnmower when he was a student at Vets High. It took many hours of work plus a number of odd jobs like delivering pizzas to get to where he is more
By ETHAN HARTLEY For the first time in Warwick's history, faculty and staff from all four of the city's Catholic schools - Bishop Hendricken High School, St. Peter, St. Rose of Lima and St. Kevin - gathered at St. Benedict Church on Beach Avenue for a more
The Wickford Art Association presents a unique blending of two art forms at its 7th Annual Poetry and Art. The opening reception is on Friday, Sept. 13 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at 36 Beach Street, North Kingstown. The exhibit runs through Oct. 6th, and is more
They found their way out Representatives of the Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce and the city administration were introduced to the recently opened Riddle Room at 1150 Bald Hill Road. The five-star escape room" offers an hour-long team-based" more
Celebrating a neighborhood gem A little early afternoon rain is blamed for a less than expected turnout at the second annual Sand Pond Palooza held Sunday. The sky brightened and the sun came out soon enough for the kids to take to the water as adults 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
Elite Physical Therapy Inc., a physical therapy practice in Rhode Island, is celebrating its 17 year anniversary. In 2002, founder and doctor of physical therapy (DPT) Michael Nula just finished his program at the University of Rhode Island when he and more
The University of Rhode Island's first Education Summit to examine the investments and barriers in public education will bring together educational and political leaders from across the state to discuss pre-school to doctoral education, finance and more
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