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Legislation introduced by Sen. William A. Walaska, and currently before the Senate Committee on Finance, calls for the reinstatement of a successful jobs development program that, under the law that … more
Toll Gate High School senior Patrick Rocchio is the winner of this year’s Wave Federal Credit Union Donald R. Staley Memorial Scholarship award. The business scholarship award, in the amount of … more
SHARING HIS PASSION: Care New England COO and …
Kent Hospital is holding its second art exhibit featuring the artwork of Care New England staff member Winston Ajce of Woonsocket. Winston, an employee for the past 13 years, was honored June 19 … more
There’s a lot at stake next Tuesday. That’s easy to conclude from the television ads and the direct mailers from just about every statewide candidate facing a primary. But while the “big … more
The Little Rhodie Bully Breed Club will present its First Annual RI Shelter Pup Crawl beginning at 11 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 5 at Providence Animal Control. From Providence, the group will head to the … more
GREETING STUDENTS: Hoxsie School Principal Gary …
Student attendance was down dramatically as police were on the alert yesterday about an anonymous written threat – which mentioned beheading – against elementary schools in Warwick, Cranston and … more
HELPERS: Ryan Salema and Parker Amaral helped …
Diane Erickson makes a living by providing special service to customers at Peter’s Coney Island Restaurant on West Shore Road. Just a few days ago, the career waitress joined Team Slocum and … 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. Skeleton … more
The Warwick Police Department and The Providence Center (TPC), the largest community mental health center in Rhode Island, have recently teamed up to assist officers responding to calls where mental … more
PARTNERSHIPS: Pictured from left are Domenica …
Despite the cold, seniors can feel food secure this winter, thanks to Centreville Bank. When Meals on Wheels lost funding for the Emergency Meal Program, Centreville came forward for the … more
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