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By JOHN HOWELL Turn the clock back 250 years and the locals, if they dared risk being accused of the deed, would know exactly where the HMS Gaspee ran aground off Namquid Point. They could point … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Opera singer Claire Stadtmueller describes herself as a farm girl by day and diva by night. Growing up on a farm in New Jersey, Stadtmueller brought her roots to Western Cranston … more
Warwick Beacon photos by Kathy Eisemann What a group of friends started as a fun thing to do on July 4th 27 years ago has become a neighborhood event that continues to bring out the red, white and … more
By JOHN HOWELLand EMMA BARTLETT Lloyd Albert, first vice president at AAA New England has been though dramatic gas increases before and what motorists will do to reduce consumption including … more
By JOHN HOWELL So, you didn’t get a tax bill for your car. Did the city screw up, was it the Post Office or did the dog eat it? None of the above. There are no car tax bills this year and … more
By JOHN HOWELL “Since the Lifespan merger ended, I sort of had in the back of my mind what we needed to do,” Dr. James Fanale, president and COO of Care New England, said yesterday in … more
He lost his best friend to Freiderich’s Ataxia (FA) a year ago. Vowing to continue the fight they waged together, Michael Crawley kept plugging away, and helped Matthew DiIorio’s … more
By ALEX MALM After announcing he wouldn’t be seeking a 13th term in Congress, Congressman Jim Langevin five months ago Langevin decided to make an endorsement in the race to replace … more
By ALEX MALM On June 15 when all three district School Committee incumbents announced they would not seek reelection, it appeared two seats could go uncontested and there wouldn’t be a … more
By JOHN HOWELL So you don’t know Plory? You’re not the only one, but Plory has played a role in a dramatic reversal in elementary proficiency scores as this academic year comes to a … more
By JOHN HOWELL As the academic year came to a close, not only did faculty, staff and students leave Winman Middle School but virtually everything this could move in the building. Under the … more
By JOHN HOWELL The grill was on low, but the camaraderie was on high burner Saturday as Reynaldo Almonte and Latino Public Radio based in Cranston maintained the tradition of political barbecues … more
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