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No snow day Secondary school students wait for the bus Wednesday morning at Dry Brook Road as giant snowflakes fly. Opening of schools was delayed an hour, but Wednesday wasn't yet another snow day. (Warwick Beacon photo) more
Here are highlights from news and events that took place in the General Assembly last week. For more information on any of these items visit www.rilegislature.gov/pressrelease. Sen. Doyle steps down; special election dates set Sen. James E. Doyle, II more
After being cancelled on New Year's Day due to the extreme cold, the 42nd Annual Penguin Plunge to benefit Special Olympics RI has been rescheduled for this Sunday at Roger Wheeler State Beach in Narragansett. Hundreds of people are expected to be more
Melissa Blanco earns honors Melissa Blanco, of Cranston, has been named to the president's honor roll for the fall 2017 semester at Bismarck State College. Students must maintain at least a 3.50 grade point on a 4.00 scale while enrolled in at least 12 more
Mayor Scott Avedisian announced today that he has appointed Allan Booth of Wimborne & Summertree as the interim Tax Assessor for the City. Booth will take on the role effective immediately. I am excited to welcome Allan to the city. I am confident that" more
By KOBY GARTNER Empty your stomachs: All-you-can-eat food will be provided buffet style at the Annual Sportsman Game dinner to Benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick. More than eight different types of dishes including venison chili, sausage, more
Iced in Recent sub-zero conditions have made it tough to be outside and even tougher for those who make a living shellfishing. Mark Chearino grabbed this shot of conditions in Warwick Cove. According to Department of Environmental Management personnel, a more
Warwick resident and World War II combat veteran Willard D. “Bud” Voigt was presented with several prestigious awards at the Rhode Island National Guard Command and Readiness Center on Friday, … more
By TIM FORSBERG Warwick school officials joined in applauding Senator Jack Reed at Johnston High School last Friday as he talked about legislation he introduced last August for $100 billion in federal funds to repair the nation's school systems. We" more
What does it take to place at the top of an Air Force Association's cybersecurity competition? Ask Warwick Area Career and Technical Center students who clinched gold." Twelve center students clinched the top scores in the "Cisco Systems" category of a" more
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