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Election seasons are known for being heated. But District 24 candidate Stacia Huyler seems to be experiencing especially bizarre and scary occurrences. Huyler's strangest claim is that a drone flies around her neighborhood harassing her and more
The Armenian National Committee of RI (ANC-RI) gathered April 28 at Warwick City Hall for a flag raising ceremony honoring the 1.5 million Armenian Martyrs (Saints) and those that survived the Ottoman Turkish Government's attempt to cleanse the Armenians more
Rhode Island Students of the Future is offering a professional development course for teachers, informal educators and parents interested in using the LEGO EV3 robotics system to engage children in science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM). more
By ETHAN HARTLEY What started as an idea for four independent elderly care organizations to work together to better respond to changes in the healthcare industry has, in the 20 years since, evolved into the one of the state's most comprehensive, more
Once again America's school children are back in the classroom, and what were once normal expectations about the prospective educational experience of any given student are no longer guaranteed. Modern education is far afield from the plans of teaching more
To the Editor: In the past two weeks there has been a lot of exciting news regarding Warwick's growing reputation as a great home for businesses. A January 11 Beacon article highlighted the rebirth of Rhode Island Mall. The space that has held far too more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Rocky Point visitors will have a new place to picnic come this spring, according to Director of the Department of Public Works Richard Crenca. more
LARCENY On April 3 a victim reported stolen license plates off of a work vehicle at JML Courier Services on Dewey Avenue. The reporting party said that two plates, valued at $20, were last seen on the vehicle the day before while in a lot across the more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Most of the time if you think about teenagers being in class over the summer, you may conjure images of half-comatose delinquents flinging gum at each other while a disinterested teacher knits at the front of the room waiting for the more
By TESSA ROY Local convenience stores have penned a letter opposing Gov. Gina Raimondo's proposed increase on the cigarette tax, saying such increases would hurt their customers and businesses. If Raimondo's budget is passed, it would hike the cigarette more
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