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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
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
The Narragansett Council, Boy Scouts of America (NCBSA) has announced that Michael E. Brown of West Warwick has been promoted to Assistant Director of Support Services. In this role, Brown will continue to support summer camps at Camps Norse and Camp 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
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
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
By ISABELLA ZAINYEH Who says prom is only for high school students? On Thursday, May 18, the West Warwick Senior Center will bring Senior Prom to senior citizens. The event, sponsored by The West View Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, will be from 5 to more
By SPEAKER NICHOLAS MATTIELLO I have heard repeatedly from Rhode Island's citizens that the car tax is fundamentally unfair and they want it eliminated. Earlier this year, I announced my initiative to phase out the onerous and regressive car tax within more
By BRANDON MAXWELL Since she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in June of 2009, Cranston resident and lifelong Rhode Islander Kathleen Crudele has dedicated much of her life to servicing and volunteering for people afflicted by the disease and their more
By TESSA ROY Warwick EMS Coordinator Jason Umbenhauer said in the past 11 months, Warwick EMS has used Narcan to treat drug overdoses 199 times, an average of about 18 times per month. The highest number of uses was in June of last year, where the more
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