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Warwick Continental American walked off the field to the tune of a 13-3 drubbing of Narragansett during the 10-U District 3 Championship on Wednesday evening. “These kids, they fought tough,” … more
By RYAN D. MURRAY Warwick Continental American Little League was swept by North Kingstown/Wickford LL in the 11-U District 3 Championship during Games 1 and 2, which were played last Thursday and Saturday night. North Kingstown won Game 1 by a final more
The Warwick school committee voted 5-0 in favor of passing the city's new proposed budget of $4 million to fund sports and other related activities on Monday evening. First off, this is very good news. Of course, nothing is set in stone and there are more
The Rhode Island Hospice Veterans Partnership will host its 1st Annual Music Fest fundraiser to support New Englanders Helping Our Veterans (NEHOV). NEHOV assists Veterans throughout New England who are in need by providing monetary and non-monetary more
While out shopping to get new curtains, Hubby surprised me with a lunch time visit to Gregg's Restaurant. We never eat out for lunch, so it was a treat. Once we sat down, however, the real treat was delivered to our table: their famous pickles! Just one more
If the ongoing financial crisis experienced by the Warwick School Department can be symbolically represented by a cataclysmic thunderstorm looming over the city, then recent events and negotiations between the city council, mayor's office and the school more
The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) will detour Route 3 (Warwick Avenue) and Route 29 (Cowesset/Kent County) on Saturday, July 20 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to accommodate the 50th Anniversary Moon Landing Parade. The following detours more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Sam Ratcliffe learned to play High-Low-Jack from his father when he was just eight years old. This past Thursday, some 80 years later, Sam is still playing his cards right and besting many of his opponents. He said, after wrapping up the more
By JONATHAN YAO The Rhode Island wing of the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) earned the rating of Mission Ready" status after a U.S. Air Force evaluation team reviewed the completion of tasks in an exercise that spanned multiple days and ended on July 13." more
They have their wheels The McMahon sisters Lily, Annabelle and Alice took to their skateboards to visit Conimicut Point and return home via Bellman Avenue on Sunday. No matter the form of conveyance, it was a good day to be out. (Warwick Beacon photo) more
By JOHN HOWELL The 42-foot Chris Craft, Utopia, swings at anchor in the italic Occupasstuxet Cove. To her north are Gaspee Point and Governor Francis Farm. To her west are the hunter greens, yellows and vermilions of Spring Green woodlands and fields. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Kent County and South County Prevention Coalitions awarded $362,286 in federal grants to community groups, organizations and municipalities from throughout both regions during a press conference held at the Norwood branch of the Boys more
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