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Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the Rhode Island Office of Veterans Services (RIVETS) has continued to provide case management, information and referral, and one-to-one assistance at the Veterans Resource Center located at 560 Jefferson Boulevard in more
FROM STAFF REPORTS Gov. Gina Raimondo made an announcement last Friday that the state, along with the Rhode Island Interscholastic League, would be allowing most high school sports to be played this fall regardless of whether schools are learning in more
With the DNC and RNC in the books, one of the few things about which partisans agree is how America will be changed by the results of the November election. Back in 2004, up-and-comer Barack Obama memorably emphasized "e;the United States of America."e; But more
Two brothers from Warwick, Christian and Nicholas Woods, recently received Humane Heroes Awards from Defenders of Animals for their continued volunteer work at Smith & Agli's Pot Belly Manor in North Kingstown. The awards came during more
Big enough to bring home the cup The appearance at Green Airport Monday of the second-largest commercial transport plane in the world, a Ukrainian AN124, prompted calls to the Warwick Beacon on Monday. The front of the airplane lifted early that morning more
By LAURA WEICK After residents received campaign mailers that were not reported in State Senator Mark McKenney's campaign finance records, the senator amended his to include over $9,000 in campaign advertising. McKenney is being challenged by former more
Although unable to hold its traditional late summer food drive in its 20 branches statewide, Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) is helping ensure its food pantry partners have resources to meet the increased need brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. In more
Endorsed Democratic candidate for Ward 9 of the Warwick City Council, Vinny Gebhart, has donated the first set of 120 FDA approved clear face masks to the Warwick Teachers Union to support teachers in the classroom during COVID-19. Masks are required for more
Neither a pandemic nor sporadic light rain could dampen the effort of five churches to bring hope to those who need it. On Saturday, the side lot of the Oakland Beach branch of the Warwick Boys and Girls Clubs was transformed into a drive-thru more
By LAURA WEICK For the first time since 2012, both the Democratic and Republican parties will hold contested primary elections for the Rhode Island District 2 seat in the House of Representatives. Rep. Jim Langevin has held the seat since 2001, and is more
Cox Communications is donating close to $200,000 in facemasks to help Care New England protect its healthcare professionals, hospital staff, and patients during the COVID-19 pandemic across its … more
DUI Just after 4:30 p.m., Officer David Boardman was conducting a routine patrol traveling north on Bald Hill Road when he observed a 2014 GMC Sierra traveling south at a high rate of speed. Boardman clocked the vehicle at 52 mph in a 35 mph zone. "e;The more
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