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Pam Goes says her 30-year-old son, Paul, “reminds you of a three-year-old toddler.” He doesn’t speak. He doesn’t tell you if he doesn’t feel well, if his diaper is wet or if someone has … more
By JOHN HOWELL -- They’ve been dubbed the “gang of five,” but no question they would welcome others to join their ranks. They are bound by the causes they support, not the party labels they wear, which in this day of divisive politics makes them unusual. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- RIDE Commissioner Ken Wagner was measured in his response to how RIDE is reacting to a wave of activism - primarily from students - which is now demanding for more legislation to curb gun violence and ensure students feel safer while in class. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Commissioner of the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) Ken Wagner stopped by the Beacon office on Good Friday to discuss the state of education in Rhode Island. more
NOTICE: For your convenience, you can e-mail your bulletin board notices to briang@rhodybeat.com as well as mail to 1944 Warwick Ave., Warwick, RI 02889, or fax to 732-3110. Tri-City Elks Meat raffles for Rosemary's Wish Kids will be held April 7 and 21 more
Latino Public Radio (LPR), a non-profit public radio station based in Providence, has announced the resignation of President Dr. Pablo Rodriguez and will cease broadcasting on March 31. The decision comes after Rodriguez decided to leave LPR to pursue more
When Rhode Island PBS put out the call in December for the next Our Town location, two towns emerged quickly and strongly. By the time the January 31 deadline arrived, it was clear that support from two towns was equally enthusiastic. The people have" more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Participants at Bochner's Realistic Self-Defense attended a 90-minute self-defense seminar on March 24 that taught them the basics of self-defense and how to use it in a real altercation. Seminar participants learned how to avoid more
Rhode Home Rescue held an adoption event on March 25 at Pet Supplies Plus in Garden City. Those who were already vetted for adopting a dog were able to pick up their newest additions to their families during the event. Some dogs up for adoption were also more
By CARINA NAKOPINSKI Cranston East Senior It is tradition for military units to hold a formal ceremony to recognize their achievements. The Cranston High School East JROTC battalion is no different. On March 10 Cranston High School East JROTC held its more
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