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Set of aces Pictured are the first place winners of the Pilgrim Senior Center Hi Lo Jack Friday League. From left: Bill Perry, 79 wins in the Spade division, Tony Bussolette, 71 wins in the Club division, Claire Theberge, 71 wins in the Diamond division, more
Nominations are now open for the 2017 Nonprofit Best Practice Awards. With Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island, the Rhode Island Foundation's Initiative for Nonprofit Excellence once again will honor Rhode Island nonprofit organizations doing more
By JOHN HOWELL Warwick isn't waiting any longer to send out car tax bills. Mayor Scott Avedisian said yesterday bills should be arriving by this Friday and should the state $9.2 billion budget be approved as passed by the House, which would remove 21,000 more
On June 21 at approximately 5:37 p.m., Officer William Holz along with several members of the department were dispatched to the Bald Hill Road Walmart for a report of a shoplifting in progress. While en-route to the scene, dispatch more
During my first morning tagging horseshoe crabs I was greeted warmly by two volunteers. Upon this encounter I was surprised to hear the volunteers refer to the horseshoe crabs with endearments. The horseshoe crabs were referred to more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Committee is ready to agree on a new mediated contract, which would end over two years of bitter disputes between the school administration and the Warwick Teachers' Union (WTU). However, the union maintained on more
BY ETHAN HARTLEY -- Ryan Mullen was 18 when he was blindsided by the reality that he had been living his entire life with just one functioning kidney. more
BY ETHAN HARTLEY -- Are you a high school or college student? Are you looking to get into a career in politics? Maybe you hate politics, but want to gain a better understanding of how it functions? more
Greetings, Rhode Island! Allow me to officially introduce myself. I am the new associate editor at the Beacon, Ethan Hartley. more
By TIM FORSBERG and JOHN HOWELL -- While a handful of people gathered outside his Park Avenue law office demanding he get back to work at the State House, House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello held firm on car tax relief. more
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