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The Pilgrim boys basketball team is off to a strong 2-1 start this winter season and is looking to make a run at the Division II playoffs. The Pats were ravaged by injuries early and often last … more
How’d you like to start the New Year by helping children who have been stricken with cancer? If you would, please contact Judi Graham and sign up for one of Rhode Island’s most … more
Fishing in 2023 was a mixed bag. Everything seemed to be delayed and/or extended this year due to warm water. In the spring, summer and fall the striped bass fishing was good, but the fish in shore … more
As we wrap up 2023, there were plenty of special moments to celebrate and remember from the sports calendar. Many of our teams enjoyed the highs of championships and endured the lows of winless … more
Special to the Beacon What Makes a Community Champion? Meet Santa Paul, a symbol of inspiration and kindness, whose life continues to be a series of remarkable chapters. As a young native … more
Junior guard Madison Medbury (Scituate, R.I.) finished with 17 points and eight rebounds as No. 4 Rhode Island College knocked off eighth-ranked Gustavus Adolphus, 71-61, at the Cruzin Classic on … more
The Warwick girls hockey co-op recently held a toy drive prior to a game at Thayer Arena. Pictured at left is the team showing off some of the charitable goods they collected as well as the pile of … more
The defending champion Bishop Hendricken boys hockey team is off to a stellar start this winter season as it has skated out to a 3-0 record. Although the Hawks entered the season as the … more
The Warwick Beacon’s Athlete of the Week is Toll Gate basketball player Dylan Perreault. After enjoying a breakout campaign for the Titans last winter, the playmaking forward has jumped out to … more
The defending champion Pilgrim girls basketball team picked up a much needed win on Tuesday evening when it rolled past visiting Middletown 37-25. It was the Pats’ first win of the season as … more
The 28th United Nation’s Conference of the Parties (COP) on climate change ended last week. At the bi-partisan international climate conference nations agreed to transition away from fossil … more
If you’ve followed New England Patriots football this season, or the NFL in general, you know that perhaps the hottest topic has been the future of head coach Bill Belichick with the team. … more
With winter fast approaching, a trio of players with ties to Warwick is taking to the ice for their respective colleges, lacing up their skates and making contributions that will hopefully lead to … more
There was a Classic “Cookie” Celebration last week inside the Tri-City Elks Lodge No. 14 at 1915 West Shore Road in Warwick. There were two check presentations … more
The defending champion Bishop Hendricken hockey team flew out the gate this regular season by thrashing visiting North Kingstown 11-0. Hendricken had 11 different goal scorers including Griffin … more
The Warwick Beacon’s Athlete of the Week is Hendricken senior hockey standout Griffin Crain. The All-State captain helped guide the defending champs to an 11-0 opening night win over North … more
The defending champion Bishop Hendricken basketball team escaped Cranston East with a 37-35 victory in its season opener on Tuesday night. Trailing 37-35, the Bolts had one last chance to either … more
Sometimes there is a silver lining and good things come out of a bad situation.  Last week anglers met with Janet Coit, Assistant Administrator and Chief of NOAA Fisheries and her staff, to talk … more
Now that the regular season is officially underway and I was able to gather just a little more information in the past week, it is time for me to make some of my official winter predictions for the … more
Below is a Q & A conducted by Pilgrim student-athlete Brett Taylor, speaking with Pilgrim Head Football Coach Blake Simpson. Taylor created a new social media platform named Community Champions ) … more
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