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I now know where the best potting soil comes from, not that that will change the world or mean a lot to Beacon readers with the exception of a few who think about such things. The story starts with Friday's downpour. We weren't supposed to get anything more
The Centreville Bank Charitable Foundation has awarded $30,000 in grants to two Warwick organizations, Thomas J. Lamb Jr., bank president, CEO and chairman has announced. Friends Way, the only child and family bereavement center in the Ocean State was more
Warwick experienced a tragedy this weekend, as a 6-year-old Providence boy died from an apparent accidental drowning at City Park late Sunday afternoon. Monday morning, Mayor Scott Avedisian, Colonel Stephen McCartney and Fire Chief James more
Beauty of stone While the Apponaug Circulator is still more than a year away from completion some of the detail work to complement the project including this stonewall on the south side of Veterans Memorial Drive are giving a glimpse of the thought more
The Rhode Island Foundation is celebrating its 100th anniversary by inviting the public to a free concert by the Rhode Island Philharmonic at the Temple to Music in Roger Williams Park this Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. Community is at the heart of what we" more
The father of a three-year-old boy left alone in a car during Thursday’s scorching heat has been charged. Bunroth Chhun, 41, of 185 Budlong Road in Cranston, faces one count of neglect of a … more
Legislation introduced by Sen. William A. Walaska (D-Dist. 30, Warwick) and Rep. K. Joseph Shekarchi (D-Dist. 23, Warwick) to provide Rhode Islanders expanded coverage for experimental uses of prescription drugs has become law. The measure was signed by more
By a 4-0 vote Tuesday night, the School Committee approved a $175,000 contract with Symmes Maini & McKee Associates (SMMA), the long-term planning consultant it previously hired to develop a facilities and education plan for the district, more
Standout event Rhode Island Monthly recently selected Gaspee Days one of 2015's Best of Rhode Land local events. To recognize the accolade, Mayors Scott Avedisian and Allan Fung joined Gaspee Days President Jerrold Peshka at the Aspray Boathouse in more
Maybe it's because this has been such a great summer, or that it doesn't seem possible that Aug. 31, the first day of school, is less than three weeks away, or that Warwick has fewer school-aged children than what the forecasters more
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