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Rhode Island’s greatest assets, it can be argued, are its size, geographic and cultural diversity. In the Ocean State, a broad range of attractions – urban artistic institutions, rural farmlands, … more
QUEEN OF THE BIG SCREEN: Lauren Slocum, president …
As the last rays of the sun set, the cobwebs of Rocky Point Park’s yesterdays were cleared away as dozens of children sang “The sun will come out tomorrow” as Annie played on the big screen. … more
Thunderstorms didn’t deter art lovers from attending the opening reception of Cornerstone Adult Service’s “Embracing Cultures” multimedia exhibit held July 10 at the Warwick Museum … more
By KELCY DOLAN Watch out, there may be a swarm of new lawyers moving into the state after GoodCall ranked the Warwick/Providence metro area the 36th best area in the country for new and aspiring … more
DANCING FAMILY: The Bliss family from …
The Rhode Island Indian Council hosted the 36th annual intertribal powwow over the weekend at City Park in Warwick. Native traditions were celebrated with vendors and dancers Saturday and Sunday. On … more
The article appearing in last Thursday’s Beacon about the newly formed West Bay Jewish Community Center failed to clearly state where services are conducted. Also, it was not clear where the center … more
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) has awarded a contract to repair the East Avenue West Bridge, which carries traffic for Route 113 (East Avenue) over I-295 in Warwick. The work … more
Over the next five years the Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI) could receive nearly $3 million in federal funding. U.S. Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse and U.S. Representatives … more
EAT UP: Christian Santa Cruz, an employee at Iron …
Rhode Island Restaurant Week continues this week with four participating Warwick locations: Legal Sea Foods, Iron Works Tavern, 1149 and Elizabeth of Portofino. The 10th Annual Restaurant Week began … more
DRY STEAKS: Ron Farrell, chair of the Warwick …
Torrential downpours Wednesday night didn’t deter about 100 Warwick Democrats from turning out for a steak fry at the K of C Hall on Sandy Lane. At the event council members gave brief updates of … more
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