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Construction on Warwick Public Schools began just a little less than two weeks ago, but already renovations are well underway. The Beacon toured both Pilgrim High School and what will become the Vets … more
The Warwick Public Schools kick off the 2016-17 school year on Wednesday, August 31. There are several changes to the open/close times. Parents and guardians are advised of changes at the following schools: Francis Elementary School, 8:45 a.m.-2:55 more
To the Editor: On March 22, 1765 the British parliament passed “The Stamp Act,” a tax on newspapers, mortgages, contracts and many more paper items. Every American colonist felt the sting that … more
By JOHN HOWELL Saying language that protects the teaching and learning environment is most important to them, the Warwick Teachers Union has turned down an offer that would, among other things, give them raises in line with other city employees and, more
To the Editor: My name is Nathan Cornell and I am running for the Warwick School Committee because we need different results and more transparency in the process. The majority of the current School Committee has not listened to their constituents, nor more
Last Wednesday was the first day of school for Warwick students and another dead-end for teacher contract talks. The parties met for more than three hours on the one-year anniversary of the expiration of the agreement, which the union more
At the last School Committee meeting, concerns were raised regarding the disparity in numbers in terms of the amount of students that will be attending Pilgrim and Toll Gate in the fall, both of … more
Lynch Mayer, a native of Hawaii now living in Attleboro, says some of the best kite-surfing in the Northeast is right here at Conimicut Point. “The wind is always blowing,” he said Sunday. But … more
There seemed to be no end to the superlatives as the City Council gave first passage to a $33-million project to build a medical facility designed to bring patients to Rhode Island, provide the procedures they need, and have them leave in more
Kenneth Rassler, principal of Greenwood Elementary, accepts a $4,000 legislative grant from Rep. David Bennett. With him is Ward 7 Council candidate and former councilman, Charles “CJ” Donovan. … more
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