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NAMI Rhode Island is the local chapter of National Alliance on Mental Illness, the nation's largest grassroots mental health organization. During the COVID-19 crisis, and going forward, NAMI-RI is proud to be a national leader by offering a virtual more
As Warwick City Council Chairman Steve Merolla leaves two decades on the council to seek a seat in the State Senate, a crowded field made up of two Democrats, two independents and a Republican is vying for the council's only vacancy. more
There was no knowing it was a full moon. Gray threatening clouds filled the sky. There was plenty of wind and there were a few smattering raindrops, but that didn't stop 40 people, mostly women, all properly distanced from one another at more
I set out early, 6:30 in the morning, armed with my straw hat, sunglasses, a bottle of water, and slathered in sunscreen. The day was going to be a scorcher and I planned to beat the heat. Deciding to stick to the shady streets, I zigged more
Farm Fresh Rhode Island is continuing to run seven farmers markets this season. Located in neighborhoods at risk for health disparities, Farm Fresh RI markets are classified … more
The Rhode Island Family Court this Thursday evening will introduce its own version of "night court" to the judicial system in response to some of the procedural ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic. In what is to be a two-night pilot program, Chief more
Downgraded to a tropical storm by the time it reached Rhode Island, Isaias delivered winds topping 60MPH and brief downpours Tuesday afternoon and evening. As of Wednesday afternoon more than 1,000 … more
With the withdrawal of Raymond A. Regine who had declared as an independent candidate for House District 21, it was incorrectly reported in the Beacon that incumbent Democrat Camille Vella-Wilkinson would be unopposed in the general election. Ronald A. more
To address concerns and issues raised by the pandemic, Dottie McCarthy has introduced a new concept to voting that will keep people safe, reduce aggravation for the Board of Canvassers and, in the process, save the city money. It's the more
As Warwick’s public schools aim for a hybrid reopening of in-person classes and remote learning, Bishop Hendricken High School is prepared to go full steam ahead with in-person school, albeit … more
Final preparations are being made for the opening of the newest Dave’s Marketplace at the former site of the Benny’s Store at Wilde’s Corner. With the opening next Friday, the … more
The Warwick School Department would allow students to opt for online-only courses if schools move to in-person or hybrid learning this fall. Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo will announce recommendations for how schools should reopen this more
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