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By DANIEL KITTREDGE The ability to ensure needed staffing levels will determine whether the city's school buildings can reopen for in-person instruction starting Jan. 4, Superintendent Jeannine Nota-Masse told the School Committee on Monday. "e;It really more
Festival of lights Continuing an annual tradition, a menorah lighting ceremony was held at City Hall on Monday night in observance of Hanukkah. Rabbi Yossi Laufer of Chabad of West Bay joined Mayor Allan Fung and his wife, House District 15 Rep.-elect more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Holiday cat and dog food drive During the month of December, the Warwick Animal Hospital will be holding a drive for cat and dog food to benefit Defenders of Animals. Warwick Animal Hospital is located at 1950 Elmwood Ave. on the more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Lawmakers are at last on course to approve a state budget for the fiscal year that began July 1, and what is being proposed carries good news for the city and its public schools. The $12.8 billion plan approved by the House Finance more
A zoning change sought to clear the way for the proposed Cranston Crossing development at the current home of Mulligan's Island has been withdrawn from consideration, according to a Dec. 15 letter from the applicant's attorney. more
“An Open & Affirming Congregation”“A Caring & Welcoming Community”Woodridge Congregational Church – United Church of Christ Corner of Budlong & Woodridge … more
By ARDEN BASTIA It takes a certain level of dedication and courage to set aside retirement and return to the workforce as a volunteer infection prevention nurse at Kent Hospital. Barbara Boyle has that courage. Hospitals are at capacity as COVID cases more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE As COVID-19's new surge rages on, Cranston Public Schools on Monday announced that all of the district's buildings are moving to full distance learning from Dec. 10 through at least Jan. 4. "e;We are seeing a surge in cases in our more
By BEACON STAFF When the call went out to retired nurses and doctors to step up to help hospitals cope with the surge in COVID-19 patients, Dr. Herbert "e;Hub"e; Brennan was one of the first to volunteer. Brennan practices medicine and has an office on Route more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Christmas in Pawtuxet The Pawtuxet Village Association will host its 41st Christmas in Pawtuxet event on Sunday, Dec. 13, at 4 p.m. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, no in-person attendance will be allowed. The event will be held more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Mayor Allan Fung will host a virtual fundraising event for Georgia's two Republican U.S. senators ahead of their Jan. 5 runoff election, according to an announcement from the Rhode Island GOP. The announcement lists Fung as chairman more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Hours of public comment during the Planning Commission's meeting on Dec. 1 made clear that significant community opposition to the proposed Cranston Crossing development remains. But as the panel delayed its own debate, and eventual more
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