By JOHN HOWELL -- The decision of the House leadership not to override the governor’s veto of what has become known as the “evergreen bill” dealt a psychological blow to unions while local leaders applaud the move.
By THOMAS GREENBERG -- As Governor Gina Raimondo dished out free Del’s Lemonade to students Tuesday afternoon, her Promise Program was dishing out free education to many of those same students.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- It was a deal that the Warwick Fire Department said was too good to pass up. But ultimately no deal was made for a new $350,000 truck.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- In the past, one might have strolled or driven through City Park on a beautiful day and not given a second thought to the old cemetery nestled in the trees just before entering the expansive recreation area.
By JOHN HOWELL -- The city's get-tough stance on delinquent water and sewer service invoices has produced a flurry of payments, and also raising the ire of some residents.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The spacious Gorton Administration Building now has a new tenant - one that will hopefully help increase the efficiency of new technological efforts.
Jose came, we saw him, but he didn't necessarily conquer, as top winds from the now tropical storm reached just 17 mph in Providence and amounted to not even an inch of rain.
By JACQUELYN MOOREHEAD History is preserved at the Greenwood Volunteer Fire Company and Museum, and the volunteers will continue the tradition by throwing a fundraising barbeque on Sunday, September 24. Museum President Robert Carlow said the firehouse,
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- An event to honor Warwick Beacon editor-in-chief and publisher John Howell raised more than $52,000 for MENTOR Rhode Island.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A package of 13 bills dubbed the "criminal justice reinvestment package" were approved in the House and Senate during Tuesday's one-day special session of the Rhode Island General Assembly.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A vast majority of 4,256 Warwick public school students in grades 3-12 surveyed said they feel at least a little stressed about going to school.
By JOHN HOWELL -- Since Aug. 15 when it was completed, aircraft have been using the extension to Green's Runway 5 for takeoffs and landings, although the runway is not expected to be rated for instrument use until Dec. 7.
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The annual International Coastal Cleanup Day once again brought thousands of volunteers to shorelines of Rhode Island and around the world to remove tens of thousands of pounds of litter from beaches and green spaces.