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Cheryl and Rick Hamel did their share of praying, hoping and wishing to no avail as the Baltimore Ravens stole the Patriots’ Super Bowl dreams Sunday night. The couple did get in some cheering … more
Earlier this year, Toll Gate High School was one of two schools in Warwick to receive a VSA Arts Grant to promote the importance of arts education, especially for special education students. Toll … more
Mearthane Products Corporation (MPC), a Cranston-based developer and manufacturer of customized polyurethane components for office automation, banking, postal systems and other specialized industrial applications since 1965, has named Peter Kaczmarek more
The following students achieved high honors or honors for the fourth quarter of 2015-2016 school year at Gorton Junior High School. GRADE 8 High Honors Austin Abaga, Isabella Alviti, Giana Alviti, Samantha Befumo, Gabrielle Bessette, Carlos Betancur, more
Station nightclub fire survivor Gina Russo feels like an enormous weight has been lifted from her shoulders. Last Friday, a donor closed the gap to put the $2 million Station Fire Memorial campaign … more
The Pawtuxet Village Farmers Market opened for the season on Saturday, across from The Shriner’s Imperial Room on the Warwick-Cranston line. The market is open Saturday mornings from 9 a.m. to noon, and offers a variety of local vendors, including LeFavorite Bakery of Warwick and the Presto Strange O Coffee Truck … more
Brave swimmers took to the water for the annual Sea Wall Splash at Oakland Beach on New Year's Day. (Warwick Beacon photos by Pete Fontaine) more
Local malls and stores are gearing up for Thanksgiving and Black Friday, the official kick off of the holiday shopping season, although movement to discourage consumerism on the holiday weekend seems to be gaining some steam, with several more
After being named for the role in February, the Community College of Rhode Island's new president was officially installed on Thursday. Chair of Rhode Island Board of Education Barbara Cottam, Chair of the Council on Postsecondary Education more
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) can’t be everywhere at once, so with a new smartphone and Android app they are looking to local residents for assistance. On Tuesday morning … more
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