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What goes down must come back up While rain turned what snow that fell Saturday into a bare covering, it was still enough for parents and their kids to show up at the Gorton hill, one of several popular sledding spots, Sunday morning. Making the trek more
Coming together A new Woodbury Union Church is rising from the ashes on the foundation of the former church that was severely damaged in a 2018 Thanksgiving eve fire. Work on the $1.5 million reconstruction has picked up in the last two months with the more
A clean sweep on Sunday Gail Schoeninger, head custodian and currier at the school administration building, formerly Gorton Junior High School, and school department crews were on the job early Sunday ensuring parking lots and building accesses were more
Top down With a record 70 degrees Saturday it was perfect weather to have the top down as this family of three, who were waiting for the light to change at Hoxsie Four Corners, can attest. (Warwick Beacon photo) more
Room to grow As part of the one-on-one program to visit Warwick businesses he initiated after taking office, Mayor Joseph J. Solomon made a stop last Tuesday at Salon JAZ, 4272 Post Road, to tour expanded facilities. An 800-square-foot expansion has more
Early swing into spring? It seemed totally weird to wear a short sleeved shirt, drive with the windows open and wish for a Del's lemonade in January. But with temperatures hitting a record 70, that's what happened Sunday. Few places were as popular as more
Boost for Hillsgrove Clubhouse Hillsgrove Clubhouse, a program of Thrive Behavioral Health, recently received a $1,000 donation from The Rosario Society's Goodwill Committee during Hillsgrove Clubhouse's Winter Solstice Event "e;We are so thankful to the more
What more? Donna Mitchell regularly walks her dog, Bailey, at Conimicut Point, but Sunday was one of those rare winter days when the beach was especially inviting. Bailey was anxious to meet company, pick up rocks when he could find them and dig in the more
Win Human Rights Campaign Equality Award Will Malloy of Warwick, a senior at Moses Brown School, received an Equality Award from the Human Rights Campaign at the HRC New England gala in Boston this past November. The Equality Awards are given to more
Giving to reach the goal The Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick's Annual Great Futures Campaign is underway and is already at more than 65 percent of its $114,000 goal. To ensure local children have a safe place to go after school while providing parents with more
These ladies can whack a ball Kids learn the game and how to hit a ball from Douglas James of the Grand Slam Tennis Academy at Tennis Rhode Island at 636 Centerville Road. The trio pictured here stepped on the court at 9 a.m. Saturday for an hour-long more
Leading the pack Green Airport holds the lead in the best small airport category of USA Today's 10Best Readers' Choice Travel Awards, and efforts aren't being spared to see that it stays that way. Even PVD Pups are getting into the campaign. Teddy, more
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