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By ETHAN HARTLEY Over the summer, the Warwick School Department projected a deficit for the first time in Anthony Ferrucci's seven-year tenure as finance director. However, documents sent ahead of a special school committee meeting to be held this more
By JOHN HOWELL With their campaigns coming down to today's vote, candidates for mayor spent the weekend making final adjustments to cover the polls and attending events such as the Pilgrim football game that was played Sunday and Saturday's candidates more
Thanks to Warwick Public Schools and students/faculty from Pilgrim High School, we have a high-quality forum with school committee candidates to help inform you ahead of this election... more
The Sunday, November 4 program at the Cranston Central Library features a Holocaust talk by Michael Bryant for 2018 Baxt Lecture Series: The Holocaust and the Human Rights Revolution. The talk is from 2 to 4 p.m. Join the Sandra Bornstein Holocaust more
No worries about melting Christine Smith, who grew up in Warwick, graduated from Pilgrim and now lives in Westmoreland County, Virginia with her family, always loves to come home. She and her husband, Christopher, and daughter, Mary Elizabeth, were back more
With Election Day less than a week away and Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea is asking all eligible Rhode Islanders to make sure they are ready and prepared to be voters on Tuesday, November 6. Before November 6, go to vote.ri.gov to find your polling more
By JOHN HOWELL There weren't any candles on the birthday cake. Neither Warwick Mall security, nor the fire marshal, would have allowed them anyway. But no one gave candles much thought as the College Planning Center of Rhode Island has been lighting the more
Whether they faced an opponent or not, Rhode Island Senate candidates for 2018 were asked a series of questions. Here are their answers... more
Candidates vying for seats in districts representing Warwick, even if they face no challenger this Tuesday, answered questions posed by the Beacon. Read the full list here. more
United Way of Rhode Island (UWRI) has welcomed five community leaders, including Warwick resident Gregg Perry to its Board of Directors and appointed a new Board Chair. The installations were made during UWRI's recent 92nd Annual Celebration on October more
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