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Open house at the Club at Cooper HE'S ON THE BUTTON: Club executive director Lara D'Antuono admires the work of William Oie. William joined other club members in making buttons for those who visited at last Thursday's open house. (Warwick Beacon photos) more
The Westbay CAP Marketplace food pantry, located on Buttonwoods Ave. in Warwick is gratefully accepting supermarket gift cards as donations for the upcoming Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. The Marketplace is also seeking donations of tuna fish, more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On Nov. 4 at approximately 12:44 a.m., Officer Alfred Silveira was on routine patrol traveling east on West Shore Road when he observed a white pickup truck with a Rhode Island commercial plate traveling west and driving over more
Birthday celebration Cassie Cirella recently celebrated her pup's first birthday along with the littermates known as the Angel" puppies that were all adopted from the East Greenwich Animal Protection League. This puppy was named in memory of Cassie's" more
Mayor Joseph J. Solomon issued an executive order Wednesday directing the Building Official, Fire Chief and Planning Department to develop a comprehensive program to allow for independent third party review of fire plans. The program will help to more
By TOM GREENBERG Banner Sears was diagnosed with one of the most rare syndromes in the world, ROHHAD, which causes rapid-onset obesity. It's a life-threatening disease, and it's so rare that in order to diagnose it, according to his grandmother Nancy more
Precautionary move The state Department of Transportation placed barriers along the East Natick Bridge over the Pawtuxet River after crash railings on the Iway failed to do their job. Following that incident, said DOT spokesman Charles St. Martin, the more
By JOHN HOWELL Fifteen teams each comprised of a dog and their handler are ready to respond to emergencies across the state. It could be a fire where a family is displaced or a natural disaster, such as the threat of a hurricane that has prompted the more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Need some unique holiday gift ideas or perhaps some home d cor items that add a distinct, patriotic flair to your residence - but don't want to contribute to big box stores or the global mammoth that is online shopping giant Amazon.com? more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The cleanliness of schools is an ongoing issue of importance to parents, students, teachers and administrators alike as the continuing budget impasse between the Warwick School Department and Warwick City Council lingers on now almost more
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