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The first thing that I am going to say up front is that I am not a politician, I am not a school administrator, I am not a money person, I am none of that. However, the fact that putting an end to high school sports in Warwick is even a discussion is more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The No.1 Pilgrim Lady Patriots were downed 4-2 by the No. 3 Coventry Oakers on Saturday during the 2019 Softball Division I Losers-Bracket Final. Coventry senior Sara Steinkamp earned the game-winning hit during the bottom of the eighth more
The Bishop Hendricken volleyball team's cinderalla run came to an end on Sunday afternoon, as it fell 3-0 to top-seeded Coventry in the Division I State Championship at Johnson and Wales. The Hawks, who finished the regular season at 10-8 and with the more
By SABRINA PEREIRA Rhode Island is facing a climate crisis. Since 1956, Providence's sea level has risen approximately five inches, and scientists now predict that over the next 16 years levels will continue to rise another six inches, at a more rapid more
By GEORGE NARDONE Rhode Island is stuck and it is becoming harder to retain our resident tax base, let alone maintain and grow programs and services in our stagnant economy. It is time for the 0.5-percent sales tax cut that was promised by our more
By BOB HOUGHTALING John Havlicek, the great Boston Celtic from the '60s and '70s, recently passed away. He was one of my first sports related heroes. Many are remembering him for his eight championship rings. Others recall his Havlicek Stole the Ball"" more
To the Editor: In my Warwick Beacon letter (5/14/19), I sincerely pleaded with Ward 8 Councilman Anthony Sinapi to end his vendetta against one of the Warwick School Department's finest and qualified administrators, Chief Financial Officer Anthony more
To the Editor; On May 30th, I attended the fundraiser for Sen. Mark McKenney, with my husband. The behavior of the firefighters at Iggy's was beyond appalling. I am a retired Warwick teacher and union member. I have participated in many pickets and more
Cars were pulled into the snow banks on Narragansett Boulevard. It was still early, the cold gray dawn casting a monotone scene, or was it smoke? Heavy snowflakes fell. Hoses snaked down the step short section of Shaw Avenue that leads down to Edgewood more
To the Editor: Every 28 seconds someone makes a suicide attempt. I had a personal experience with this myself, when I lost my best friend and college sweetheart, Jonathan to death by suicide on October 31, 2003 in Essex Junction, Vermont. He was just 24 more
Move over, Johnston turkey - another denizen of the wild is capturing Rhode Island's attention. A recent spate of black bear sightings in residential areas was taken to a new level Monday, as the appearance of a bear on the grounds of Cranston's Hope more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Spirits were sky-high Friday morning at the Masonic Youth Center, with the glistening waters of Greenwich Bay a scenic backdrop to the 40th anniversary celebration of the Buttonwoods School for Young Children, a small Christian school more
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