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The Johnston Police Department Detective Division is seeking the public’s assistance in locating and/or developing information regarding a recent breaking and entering at Atwood Coin and … more
Turn back the clock to the 2018 campaign for mayor. After 18 years of serving the community, Mayor Scott Avedisian left to become president and CEO of the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority. As … more
Wednesday’s nor’easter delivered sustained winds to Warwick of 40 MPH with gusts exceeding 55. More than12,300 Warwick customers lost power at the height of the outages. National Grid … more
About 2,700 National Grid customers remained without power in Warwick on this morning according to Ted Kresse, spokesperson for National Grid. At one point more than 12,000 Warwick customers were … more
Will buses be running in Warwick? That has been the question asked by many across the City the last few weeks as First Student the company contracted by the Warwick School Department to bus 6,300 … more
Out of the eight choir students from Rhode Island chosen to perform in the National Association for Music Education’s 2021 All-National Honor Ensembles virtual event this January, half are … more
To our readers: We hope you've stayed safe, warm and dry during this nor'easter.  At the Beacon's office on Warwick Avenue, we've been without power since early this morning. That has, for … more
Ron Rossi’s famed Christmas Tree Farm, located at 1936 Phenix Ave. in Cranston took on an entirely different look under Sunday’s sparkling sunshine. The decorations however, were not … more
As part of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, recognized nationwide each October, the Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association (RIPCA) wishes to share warning signs, resources and … more
As federal health officials continue their review of Pfizer’s request for an emergency use authorization for COVID-19 vaccine for children 5 to 11 years old, Governor Dan McKee and the Rhode … more
More than half of the infants in the country participate in Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Programs, and the United States Department of Agriculture is shining a spotlight on the important role of … more
It was Feb. 20, 2003, a little after 11 p.m. when Jody King got a call from his brother Tracy’s wife who asked that he go check on Tracy at the Station Club where he was working. She heard … more
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