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By JOHN HOWELL Small can be good. Small is even better when it is the best of the smallest. That's what Iftikhar Ahmad, president and CEO of the Rhode Island Airport Corp., wants Green Airport to be - the No. 1 small airport in the country. Ahmad doesn't more
The Rhode Island Beekeepers Association is offering four courses in beekeeping for beginners at Rhode Island College and the University of Rhode Island. Each course is five weeks long and begins in January-February 2020. The course will cover everything more
By PETE FONTAINE There was an eye-popping scene inside the Tri-City Elks downstairs dining room on a recent Thursday night. For starters, about a dozen eight-foot long banquet tables were placed against the east wall and were almost overflowing with more
Spotlight on talent Students in the Day School Program at Sargent Rehabilitation Center recently celebrated the holidays with their rendition of "e;Home for the Holidays."e; Students used their creative skills to write and perform this original play to an more
By JOHN HOWELL The Warwick Public Library has many friends who have taken steps to ensure they keep giving to the institution today as well as long after their deaths. Library endowments - which now approach $1 million, according to library executive more
The Grateful American Book Prize will begin accepting submissions Jan. 2. The award is given annually to authors who have created outstanding works of historical fiction, or non-fiction, for seventh to ninth graders. Books published between Aug. 1, 2019 more
To ensure the Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick (BGCW) continues to exceed expectations for delivering a safe, comfortable and enriching environment for its more than 1,500 members, the organization's long-time Oakland Beach branch director, Monique Rossi, more
Can't dismantle the memories While rumble is all that remains of Christopher Rhodes School, the memories live on and are made all the more tangible by bricks from the school made available by home developer Hugh Fisher. Marc Berman, who attended the more
Rep. Joseph J. Solomon Jr. (D-Dist. 22, Warwick) has prefiled legislation that would cap the amount health insurance providers can charge for co-pays for insulin. The act would limit required co-payments for a 30-day supply of insulin to $100. "e;In four more
By JOHN HOWELL Sometimes we don't recognize what we have right here. That's the way Bettina Monaco of The Monaco Group, sales associate of Mott & Chace Sotheby's International Realty, looks at Warwick Neck. Monaco uses the words "e;beautiful, enchanted and more
By BEACON STAFF A Florida man found with a .22 caliber handgun in his carry-on bag was arrested at T.F. Green International on Sunday, according to a statement from the federal Transportation Security Administration. Authorities say the firearm was more
The Women's Fund of Rhode Island (WFRI) is hosting an event to highlight the key findings of an updated report that tracks the economic, financial, and educational roadblocks that girls and women in Rhode Island continue to face. Secretary of State more
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