Spotlight

Tune in to see Joseph Solomon debate Sue Stenhouse

Warwick candidates for mayor will square off in a televised debate organized by the Warwick Beacon on Thursday, Oct. 18 that will be broadcast on local access channel PEG RI-TV (Channel 17 for Cox customers and Channel 37 for Verizon customers) in the
SPORTS

Lady Pats tops Rogers in thriller

By RYAN D. MURRAY -- The Pilgrim Lady Pats edged out the Rogers Vikings 4-3 in a Division III Tennis thriller at Pilgrim High School on Tuesday afternoon during senior night. The meet was decided by a super tie-break in the No. 2 doubles match where the
Police/Crime

Police Log

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On October 12 at approximately 5:25 p.m., Officers Christopher Gillis and Brian Fontaine were dispatched to Dudley Avenue for a report of a car that had struck a basketball hoop with the driver of the vehicle slumped over the
Animal Talk: Pet of the Week

Animal Talk Pet of the Week: Mona

Mona's loving owner passed away unexpectedly, and now she needs a new home. She's hoping you could be the one, and she's available in North Scituate today.
OPINION

Grateful for Speaker Mattiello's support for animals

To the Editor: Foster Parrots, Ltd. & The New England Exotic Wildlife Sanctuary, has been a part of Rhode Island's animal welfare community for 11 years. I am proud that our Rhode Island General Assembly takes seriously the protection of our most
LIFESTYLE

'A Scout is a Scout' in Pack 1 Warwick

By TABITHA PAREIRA -- With controversy surrounding girls entering the Boy Scouts of America, it seems to be working well for Scout Pack 1 Warwick. The pack has the most girls of any pack in the...
OBITUARIES

Joan Jones

Joan Jones, 91, died Thursday, October 18, 2018. She was the wife of the late Matthew O. Jones. Born in Bristol, a daughter of the late Clement and Mary (Rego) Oliviera, she had been a resident …
AROUND R.I.

Reading and writing

Reading and writing An impromptu visit to St. Rose of Lima School where a reporter/photographer was welcomed into the classroom found first graders engaged in an accelerator reading program and fourth graders working on personal narrative writing. As it