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The telegram arrived on Jan. 8, 1951. U.S. Army First Lt. Anthony R. Mazzulla went Missing In Action more than a month earlier, on Dec. 2, 1950. His mother had already lost one son. Losing a … more
By ALEX MALM When the Warwick City Council considered a proposed solar ordinance this summer Jane Austin, a former School Committee chairwoman began writing letters to the editor in the Warwick Beacon, the Providence Journal and other publications more
By ALEX MALM On the eve of a contract negotiation meeting between Amalgamated Transit Union Local 618 and First Student, both Union officials and First Student didn't rule out the possibility of a possible strike or work stoppage depending the outcome more
By ALEX MALM An ordinance to set standards for solar developments in Warwick won't likely be considered by the City Council for at least another two weeks and quite possibly for several months. Earlier this summer the City Council gave first passage to more
By JOHN HOWELL Go figure, Anna Giuliani, who just celebrated her 75th birthday, says it's the best job she's had. She doesn't get paid; of late she has spent a lot of time telling people where to find the restroom, and just last week she and her working more
By JOHN HOWELL Intuition and a phone call appear to have saved taxpayers millions of dollars while ensuring residents have a dependable reservoir of water for the next 20 years if not longer. After inspection of the city's two water tanks in May with a more
Steve Sousa, the Secretary Treasurer  for Local 618 which represents the Warwick bus drivers union, told the Warwick Beacon Thursday night that there won’t be a “strike,” by … more
Parents and guardians in Warwick were notified Tuesday morning that buses could be delayed at least 15 minutes on Tuesday morning and afternoon.  “First Student will be combining some … more
By ALEX MALM Last year the Warwick Police Department held a 'drive by' trick or treat event at the police department's headquarters as a way to give back to the community in a safe way during the COVID-19 pandemic. Sgt. Matthew Moretti, with the more
On Monday night the Warwick City Council approved three appointments to the Zoning Board of Review.  But the appointments didn’t come without debate on how the procedure should work … more
By JOHN HOWELL Ever wonder what you're landing on when you feel the wheels touch down followed by the roar of the reverse thrust of jets? Duc Nguyen, chief infrastructure officer at the Rhode Island Airport Corporation, knows exactly what goes into more
By ALEX MALM When a new automated license plate reader pilot program was piloted in Cranston, one of the cameras was accidentally installed on Warwick's side of Pawtuxet Village. This led many community members to become curious about them. The Warwick more
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