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The neighborly thing It being the law to clear sidewalks, Sean Vases of Church Avenue put his snow blower to work in front of his home Tuesday. He extended his clearing to the property of his neighbors, noting they could use the assistance and, besides, more
The Catherine T. Murray Memorial Scholarship is accepting applications for its scholarship that was established in 1995 by Catherine T. Murray. Catherine was a board member and a valued volunteer at the Ocean State Center for Independent Living who more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The benevolent mission of Mentor Rhode Island hasn't changed, they just might be a little easier to find and access now that they've moved from the middle of Apponaug to Warwick Avenue. The change in residence stems from the group more
Roger Williams Zoo is recruiting for teen volunteers for its Zoo Camp Counselors in Training (CITS). Zoo Crew Counselor-in-Training (CIT) is a volunteer opportunity open to teens in grades 7-12. All Zoo Crew teen volunteers will learn important more
By JOHN HOWELL Bonnie Abols is no stranger to adversity. She lost her hearing as a young mother and is a two-time cancer survivor. It was during her battles with cancer that she learned there was no support group for deaf cancer patients. She decided to more
Almost 400 Rhode Island elementary, middle and high school students, aged 9 to 14 will participate in the FIRST LEGO League HYDRODYNAMICS Championship Tournament on January 13 at Roger Williams University in Bristol. The teams are vying for an more
By KOBY GARTNER Rhode Island City and Town officials are preparing for face-face meetings with major vendors, attending workshops and seminars over a variety of 18 pressing issues concerning the state. Some of these topics of interest include binding more
On Jan. 9, 2018, the Warwick Police Department charged Dorothy Andrade, 76, with one count of misdemeanor larceny, which carries the possibility of up to one year of jail time and as much as a $500 fine. The charge stemmed from an investigation into the more
By KOBY GARTNER Hospitals are experiencing an increase in patients with flu-like symptoms and other viruses. Joseph Wendelken, the Director of Information at the state Department of Health, told the Beacon Tuesday that holidays tend to become busier at more
The Kent County Grand Jury reported out a secret indictment charging Dennis McLaughlin, 51, of 81 Waterman Ave., Apt. #2, East Providence, with one count of first-degree child molestation and two counts of second-degree child molestation. It is alleged more
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