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By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Joseph Solomon has been in office since May and tomorrow he faces the test as to whether Democrats want him as their candidate going into the November election. If money and lawn signs are the measure, Solomon is a clear winner over more
By PETE FONTAINE The nearly empty Johnston High School parking lot was dotted with orange road cones almost as if some obstacle course had been set up. In fact, that's what the Rhode Island Public Works Association did on a recent sunny August day, as more
Something new can be daunting, especially for a 5-year-old, if it involves a lot of new faces and an entirely new environment. That was evident Tuesday as kindergartners, many accompanied by their parents, arrived outside Sherman School. Unlike the rest more
Flatbread Company is hosting a Benefit Night Tuesday, September 18 on behalf of the House of Hope Community Development Corp. Based in Warwick, House of Hope is one of Rhode Island's leading nonprofit agencies serving homeless families and individuals. A more
Twenty-one wind turbine blades, each 200 feet long, have arrived at the Port of Davisville from Germany and under the cover of darkness and when there is the least traffic will make their trip to Johnston over the next several days starting Monday. Each more
By JOHN HOWELL There were concerns but no major objections as a handful of Lakewood residents gathered at the Warwick Firefighters Association hall on Warwick Avenue to review a Dollar Tree store proposed for a nearly one-acre lot diagonally across the more
LARCENY On Aug. 23 at approximately 2:50 p.m. Officer Russell Brown responded to the Walmart on Post Rd. for the report of stolen license plates. The reporting party said that while he was inside the store both his front and rear license plates were more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- In the Aug. 23 edition of the Beacon, Pilgrim High School senior Marcus Prezioso penned a story on his great-grandfather, Edward Hayes Jr., a U.S. Army veteran of World War II whose legacy was revealed after many decades of secrecy... more
By ETHAN HARTLEY In about an hour the approximately 800 new sixth and seventh graders at Warwick Veterans Middle School would exit the doors at the end of their first day and head out into the oppressively muggy air to find their buses or other ride more
Fans were in demand as Warwick schools opened Tuesday to heat and humidity that made it feel more like the middle of the summer than a prelude to fall. “Many teachers brought their own fans … more
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