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Frances A. (Crossley) Linehan, RN, 85, passed away peacefully after a 16 year illness, Thursday, October 20, 2016. She was the wife of the late William P. Linehan. She was a daughter of the late … more
To the Editor: Voters beware! There are two Trojan horses running in general assembly races in Warwick and Cranston. These two candidates' apparent intent is to deceive voters and pull votes away from legitimate candidates. In Warwick's House District 21 more
To the Editor: In just a few short weeks, Rhode Islanders will have the opportunity to take a principled stand on ethics reform. I urge others to join me in voting to approve question 2, the ethics question. Question 2 will restore the Ethics more
The Rhode Island Historical Society's annual celebration of living history returns to the John Brown House Museum (52 Power St.) on Saturday, October 22, 1 to 6 p.m. Always a fun-filled afternoon of talks, activities, and period refreshments, this year's more
With a cast of 25 and a tech crew of 40, Richard Denningham, who heads the drama program at Pilgrim, expects a rich production of the 1925 musical “No, No, Nanette,” with music by Vincent … more
Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (RIRRC) and National Gird invite Rhode Island residents to recycle old, functional dehumidifiers at Johnston's upcoming Eco-Depot collection on Saturday, Oct. 22 from 8 a.m. to noon at RIRRC, located at 65 Shun more
Narragansett Bay waters have been reopened to shellfishing while the Departments of Environmental Management and Health will continue to monitor for a harmful algae bloom caused by the presence of toxic phytoplankton, Pseudo-nitzschia spp. The first ever more
Fall shadows The late afternoon sun made for some extended shadows of a couple and their dog enjoying the fresh air and bright colors at the Confreda Sports Complex earlier this week. (Warwick Beacon photo) more
Sixth graders at Lippitt Elementary are following the steps of young “politician” Kid President to “make the world more awesome.” They do kindness challenges each week, one of which was … more
Slow down; what's the rush; iron out the bumps in the consolidation of secondary schools first. Those have been the predominate cries at three public hearings to consolidate elementary schools. The proposed plan would close Holden and Wickes schools and more
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