Warwick Beacon
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By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The stage is set for a memorable meeting of the Warwick City Council on Monday Sept. 17, as the Warwick School Department is scheduled to provide updated financial information to the council in their attempt to receive additional funding... more
By MARCUS PREZIOSO A plan to begin replenishing some lost trees throughout the city, with special attention to be paid to Conimicut, has sprouted - as the Warwick City Council agreed to enter into a one-year contract with the Rhode Island Tree Council more
By JOHN HOWELL The Warwick Fire Department relied on only one loaned engine to fully staff the city's nine stations Monday, although that could change at any moment, warned acting chief Marcel Fontenault. Over the last month, the department has depended more
By JOHN HOWELL Westbay Community Action director Paul Salera is seeking to unite the services of the agency and has talked with Mayor Joseph Solomon about doing that at the closed Buttonwoods Community Center. Even better, says Salera, would be the John more
By JOHN HOWELL The Point is the place to catch fish, launch a canoe, watch for the tankers coming up the bay, enjoy the summer breeze, take a dip, read a book, play on the swings, walk your dog, pick up shells and sea glass, fly a kite, talk politics, more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On Aug. 10 at 11:32 p.m., Officer Matthew Moretti was dispatched to the Wendy's on Quaker Lane for a report of a male subject in a black Mercedes at the drive through window who appeared to be under the influence. The more
By JOHN HOWELL Portraying herself as a builder and problem solver, Sue Stehouse launched her campaign Tuesday to become Warwick's first female mayor at a fundraiser attended by about 50 people, including former Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian. The people" more
For Stephen Pursche, vaping has been a life changer. “The day my daughter was born, I quit smoking cigarettes. The only way I found I was able to do it was through vaping,” said Pursche, … more
Students and young people from across the state gathered on the steps of the Rhode Island State House Tuesday. The “Student Power Rally” advocated for the end of gun violence and underscored the … more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On Aug. 7 at approximately 9:13 p.m. Officer Ben Bratko responded to the shell Gas Station on Greenwich Avenue for the report of a possibly intoxicated driver who had come into the gas station. The vehicle, a 2017 BMW, had more
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