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By JOHN HOWELL Before he ran for the School Committee, before he turned his home into a Christmas light show phenomena and long, long before he even dreamed of running for mayor, Frank Picozzi was … more
By ANNELISE DEMERS Cleaning up cemeteries might sound like the plot of a horror movie but to the nine members of the Warwick Historical Cemetery Commission, it’s a passion. “Most … more
By ALEX MALM A couple of weeks ago there was a crack in the sidewalk at the Warwick Public Library. Jana Stevenson, Library Director got on the phone with the Department of Public Works and the … more
By ALEX MALM It’s been eight year since former Ward 7 Councilman Charles “CJ” Donovan Jr. served in elected office. Now with District 3 (Ward 7, 8 and 9) School Committee … more
By john howell The bay was bugged the week of June 5.  Wasps, well actually WASZPs, from across the country started buzzing at Edgewood Yacht Club Thursday and didn’t stop until … more
By JOHN HOWELL A once neighborhood of about a dozen single-family homes known as Hillsgrove South that transitioned into airport parking could become a residential anchor to the long envisioned … more
By ALEX MALM Come next year Warwick will have three new members of the School Committee. This week the Beacon confirmed that all three committee incumbent members up for re-election won’t … more
By ALEX MALM After conducting commencement ceremonies for the past two years outdoors on the grounds of the Aldrich Mansion, the Bishop Hendricken High School graduation returned to the grandeur … more
Perhaps the “Man in Black” summed it up best, when he sang his 1974 ballad “That Ragged Old Flag.” “So we raise her up every morning,” sang … more
When Ron Barnes was a high school student at Cranston East, he marched in the Gaspee Day Parade as a member of the band. Since then, he has marched in the parade almost every year as a member of the … more
By ALEX MALM  Two years ago, Gaspee Days events were canceled because of the pandemic. Now, the Gaspee Days Committee is prepared for one of the crowning events of the 250th anniversary of … more
By ALEX MALM Barring the General Assembly not giving their blessing, a $350 million bond question to build two new high schools will be on the ballot in Warwick this November. On Monday night … more
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