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With a trip to City Hall, you can cast your ballot in the primary election as soon as Aug. 24.  That’s when early voting for the Sept. 13 primary starts in cities and towns throughout … more
The Ocean State’s new power company issued a warning to customers: “Rhode Island Energy Encourages Customers to Prepare Now for Significantly Higher Winter Electricity Supply … more
There are still spots open in the Fifth Annual Race for Matt and Grace Golf Tournament , scheduled for Friday, Aug. 19, at the Connecticut National Golf Course. The tournament will start at noon … more
The Johnston Board of Canvassers has rejected complaints by the man who represents District 42 in the Rhode Island House of Representatives. The race for Rhode Island’s District 42 State … more
A Johnston teenager was shot and killed inside the home at 78 Cedar St. An investigation into his death is ongoing, but the house where Dillon Viens died can be bought for … more
By NOAH BOWSER With the Board of Canvassers refusing to consider the residency qualifications of Senate District 29 Democratic candidate Michael C. Carreiro on procedural grounds, citizen activist … more
Can Warwick afford two new high schools, or can Warwick not afford the new schools? Both views were presented Tuesday at a forum co-sponsored by the Warwick Beacon, Warwick Rotary Club and the … more
Betty Law insisted she didn’t want a party. She said that for her 90th birthday, too, but her daughter Dianne Dunsmore knew better. So, when it came time for Betty’s 100th celebration, … more
The Ocean State’s garbage cans empty into Johnston. But how long will Johnston remain Rhode Island’s dump? Estimates for the landfill’s lifespan are shifting. The Rhode Island … more
By JOHN HOWELL “We’re local blue collar guys who grew up in Warwick,” says Artak Avagyan. But that’s not the way some Pawtuxet residents see Avagyan and his partner Lee … more
Rhode Island leaders announced Tuesday the state has landed a bonanza that promises to mean high paying jobs and an annual growth in the Ocean State economy of more than $76 million. The … more
The Ocean State’s garbage cans empty into Johnston. But how long will Johnston remain Rhode Island’s dump? Estimates for the landfill’s lifespan are shifting. The Rhode Island … more
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