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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 Roger Ceresi & The All Starz Spring Fling" May 13. Music from" more
30 years On Monday Mayor Scott Avedisian did the honors at a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the 30th anniversary of Wonder Kids Early Learning Center of Rhode Island, 73 Alhambra Road. Wonder Kids, which was founded in 1987, has provided parents and more
To the Editor:Having been a regular attendee at city council meetings for many years now, I can remember what sparked my interest in local civics, or should I say, “my concern.” Prior to … more
By STEVEN KING Quonset Makes a New Name for Itself in Business. That was the headline from the New York Times earlier this year, in a lengthy feature from one of the world's leading newspapers. The piece highlights Quonset's rebirth" and role as an" more
By KENNETH DOOLEY This year 650 welders and other skilled trade workers will be hired for the submarine hull fabrication facility at Quonset Point. In the years to come, the work force will expand steadily as the Navy's nuclear submarine force adds new more
To the Editor: That was a very nice article in the Warwick Beacon about the North Providence Mayor Charles Lombardi presenting Mayor Scott Avedisian the Children Friendship Award. I wonder if Mayor Lombardi knows how Mayor Avedisian mistreated the more
To the Editor: I'm proud to report that as a result of a number of federal programs and assistance from Rhode Island Housing, 53 apartments at Greenwood Terrace will receive much needed upgrades. Residents of this affordable housing complex will benefit more
To the Editor: A big thank you to Rep. McNamara for sponsoring, and to Rep. Vella-Wilkinson, Rep. Solomon, Sen. McCaffrey, and Sen. Miller for cosponsoring, the RI Livable Home Tax Credit Act. The number of Rhode Island residents over 65 is expected to more
Fire alarms at Norwood and Holliman Schools are operational and lines have been cleared at Vets so waste water flowing to one of the school's septic systems isn't backing up into an art classroom. The outrage of parents and teachers that the school more
The annual Barbara M. Tuft's Co-operative Preschool's annual May Fair will be held on Sunday, May 7 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., rain or shine. This year's theme is board games. For the past 35 years, hundreds of teachers, parents, local business owners and more
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