Editorial
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While the future of Warwick's school buildings remains uncertain, and will remain as such until we get a definite answer from the Warwick City Council on Jan. 22 when they hear further discussion from the School Department on an $85 million bond, it is more
How often do you think about where things come from? We don't just mean whether or not you check if your candy comes from a factory that processes tree nuts, or if you know the farm where your vegetables were grown, picked, washed and delivered from. Do more
As a new year begins we look collectively forward in a direction that, ideally, will be marked by progress in all aspects of life - whether that be in a bigger picture way societally, economically, sociologically or just in your own life personally. more
State government officials are well aware that something needs to be done to avoid ending the fiscal year in a multi-million dollar deficit, but there's little guarantee about whether or not there's enough time left to maneuver the ship away from that more
There's something so joyous about finding something out in the wild - whether that's an expansive stretch of greenspace or simply a windowsill along a route you sometimes walk in the city - that has a message seemingly just for you. Such a find can more
The holiday season is in mid-swing and we at the Beacon are joyful to have the front page and inside pages of this edition filled with uplifting stories of selfless donations, longstanding charitable organizations that only grow more popular each year more
Although the Warwick School Committee has seen its fair share of unhappy jeering, booing and overall derision at the hands of Warwick Teachers' Union members and the general public during the prolonged contract upheaval, the pacifying promise of the new more
By RALPH DAVIS In the pouring rain a woman stood waiting to cross the street; she was soaking wet and getting wetter. It was relentless rain; the sort that soaks you to the bones. She had no … more
While by no means has manufacturing in the United States recovered to its former glory, there is hope that a slight resurgence in the trade may be beginning, at least in Rhode Island. The commitment towards the craft in the state can certainly be seen, more
There’s something inherently cool about living in a community that has been around for 375 years. Such a description is not possible except for a handful of places in the country – and we reside … more
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