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Warwick school personnel are gearing up for a lawsuit against the city, but staying open to continuing negotiations regarding their lingering budgetary issues. “We are waiting for a time to … more
By BEACON STAFF With a storied history of providing temporary safe shelter for victims of domestic violence, the Elizabeth Buffum Chase Center (EBCC) has always seen its mission as to, one day, provide something more permanent for the people who need more
“Why should we spend money on old people when they are going to die?” The question hit like a brick thrown through a window. Ashton Applewhite had a point in asking it, because she had the … more
LARCENY On June 9 at approximately 3:26 p.m., Officer Timothy J. Tavares responded to an Ann Mary Brown Drive home for a report of a stolen bicycle. At the scene, the reporting party told Tavares that his mountain bike - described as a blue, black and more
Woodbury Union Church Presbyterian Church in Conimicut will even get a clearer view of the heavens starting this week, and that’s a good thing. John “Duffy” Lynch, supervisor for JAL Co. – … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY For the fourth time, the City of Warwick has requested and received an extension on the filing of their FY18 fiscal audit. Now the city will have until the week of July 22 to file the financial information for the fiscal year that began more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick City Council on Monday approved a resolution brought forward by Ward 8 Councilman Anthony Sinapi for a vote of no confidence in Warwick Public Schools Finance Director Anthony Ferrucci. The vote passed 5-2, with Council more
By ETHAN HARTLEY With chants echoing in the background from over 100 students who gathered in front of City Hall Wednesday morning to protest $7.75 million in cuts made by the Warwick School Committee the prior evening - which includes the entire $1.3 more
By JOHN HOWELL After being on the job for more than 12 weeks, Peter McMichael, the first man to head the Warwick Fire Department who did not come up through its ranks, is impressed by the department's personnel and in awe of the range of conditions its more
By JOHN HOWELL City Council Chambers were as quiet as a courtroom Tuesday night for the latest chapter in the efforts of PRW Holdings LLC to convert a portion of the Pond View Plaza on Post Road into a 630-unit self-storage facility overlooking Sand more
By ETHAN HARTLEY It was early in the afternoon on a Thursday, and Father Andrew Messina was cranking up his computer speakers. He had navigated to a YouTube video featuring his favorite Russian-Ukrainian cover band Leonid & Friends, which take well-known more
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By DANIEL KITTREDGE Allan Fung is no stranger to the local airwaves. As Cranston's mayor since 2009 and a two-time candidate for governor, he has been a regular presence on Rhode Island television and radio stations for the last decade. Now, he is poised more
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