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Warwick has some prime spots for panhandling. The homeless have discovered that since the city ceased enforcing local anti-panhandling legislation, and so have the police who have intervened in arguments over who gets to stand at what more
Unjust detention? Student Paula Cavanagh sent the Beacon this photo of students serving a three-hour detention as punishment for walking out of their classes for a protest of a School Committee decision to not follow the City Council's resolution to get more
By TESSA ROY When School Committee Member Karen Bachus caught wind of a debacle at Warwick Veterans last Friday, she went down to the school herself to find out what was going on. Three teachers were pulled out of their classes, accused of more
By TESSA ROY The Rhode Island chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has stepped into the debate over the fairness of a three-hour detention received by students who participated in a walkout protest two weeks, raising First Amendment more
Pack 1 Warwick Cub Scouts participated in a proper flag retirement ceremony at their recent Thanksgiving campout at Cub World in Pascoag. This solemn ceremony teaches our boys respect for the flag and for those who defend it. The cubs more
He has done it again. In the face of a challenger who launched his campaign two years ago and stuck to a message that it was time for a change and an end to 16 years of tax increases, Scott Avedisian won every district in every ward in more
“Keep your tiny hands off our rights,” a sign declared. Its owner, a young blonde woman wearing bright blue lipstick, was one of the many students who walked out of her Providence high school … more
Editor's note: Mayor Scott Avedisian responded with the following statement to questions about the firefighters' union action to grieve the Tier II pension system: I am disheartened by the actions of the IAFF Warwick Local 2748 to undo the pension more
To the Editor: During his presidential campaign, Donald Trump promised to drain the swamp in Washington. Instead he dug a cesspool and filled it with some of the most vile people this nation's capital has seen in many years. His childish obsession with more
There's going to be changes in City Hall and at the State House in the wake of Tuesday's primary elections. And while the November election is the deciding factor, two of the 26 candidates on the city ballot won't face a contest. As of more
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