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NOT A GOOD START On January 30 at approximately 8:21 a.m., Officer Daniel O'Connell was dispatched to Dewey Avenue for a building alarm. Arriving on scene, the officer responded to the entrance, where he noticed that a car was parked directly in front. more
By JOHN HOWELL The House leadership will sponsor a resolution to create a commission to study giving the governor what 44 other governors already have - the power of the line-item veto of the budget approved by the legislature. There is no legislation" more
By JOHN HOWELL A Superior Court ruling by Justice Bennett Gallo on Feb. 2 has shifted the balance of teacher contract talks to the School Committee by casting aside the long-held argument that the terms of an expired contract remained in place until a more
By JOHN HOWELL More than 150 communicants from Warwick's 10 Catholic parishes squeezed into Hendricken's Founders Hall Wednesday night to consider a future that bodes fewer parishioners, less funds and a lack of priests. The train is on the track and" more
After getting her start at the Beacon and spending nearly four years as Congressman Jim Langevin's communications director, Meg Geoghegan is on her way to a new venture as director of communications at the Rhode Island Department of more
By Meri R. Kennedy Bowling for Defenders of Animals Join a Bowl-a-Thon, sponsored by Defenders of Animals, on Feb. 28 from 2 to 4 p.m. at Town Hall Lane, 1463 Atwood Ave. The $20 per person fee includes two hours of bowling, a pizza and a pitcher of soda more
There's a silent yet scary scene inside the foyer of the Johnston High School auditorium. Officially, it's called the Clothesline Project, a month-long campaign sponsored by SADD (Students Against Dangerous Decisions) and designed to more
Bishop Hendricken and Toll Gate High School will be two of more than 200 featured bands at Berklee's 49th annual High School Jazz Festival at Hynes Convention Center in Boston this weekend. The festival is the country's largest high school jazz more
Backed by a coalition of advocates from the business, environmental and faith communities as well as legislators from neighboring states, Rep. Aaron Regunberg (D-Dist. 4, Providence) and Sen. Jeanine A. Calkin (D-Dist. 30, Warwick) have introduced more
Leading the way to a revitalized Apponaug After 10 years of considering the options, stalled plans because of limitations set by being in a historic district and fundraising, work has started on restoring what affectionately is known as The Victorian" more
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