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At first glace, Ashlee Rapoza, 16, doesn’t look sick. But every day is a struggle, as she is living with three “silent” diseases, including chronic fatigue syndrome and juvenile rheumatoid … more
Round up your friends, lace up your sneakers and mark your calendars for the 11th annual Walk With Me Rhode Island carnival and family fun walk on Saturday, May 18 at Goddard Memorial State Park, … more
The Gentian Garden Club’s annual meeting will take place on Wednesday, May 22. This meeting will be held at the Glocester Country Club. The theme for the year has been “Garden Settings” and … more
State and federal authorities announced that they arrested a Johnston man last Friday and charged whim with possession and distribution of child pornography. Members of the Rhode Island Internet … 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. Academic Award … more
LIKELY TO GO: The future of this Apponaug Cove …
A group of Nausauket residents, who rallied when they learned of efforts to have the city sanction a dock on Edgewater Drive, left City Hall Monday night smiling. As one of them said, they won the … more
LEARNING THE LAW: The Toll Gate Mock Trial Team …
The undefeated Toll Gate High School Mock Trial team aims to test their mettle on the national level, but first they need to raise $5,000. On April 11, the team beat St. Mary’s Academy Bay View … more
PROUD PARENTS: Anthony and Sylvia DeLuca of …
As the Senate prepared to vote on the bill that would legalize same-sex marriage yesterday, Reverend Betsy Aldrich Garland was elated that her hard work and dedication might finally pay off. … more
Those looking to build in Warwick will soon be able to track their permits on line, learn what stage in the process they are at, what they need to complete and get a picture of when they will be … more
SLIDING INTO CONFIDENCE: Joshua Sangster, 7, a …
Like many boys, Joshua Sangster, 7, a first grader at John Brown Francis, enjoys riding his bike and spending time with family. He also likes anything having to do with numbers and counting. This … more
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