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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 Blood drive March 25, 9 a.m.-12 noon. Coffee and pastry will be more
Another year, another Academic Decathlon victory for Bishop Hendricken. The Hawks captured the crown at the 34th annual Academic Decathlon, held at the Community College of Rhode Island's Knight Campus this Sunday, with an overall score more
By TESSA ROY A future governor might just come from Robertson Elementary. Sixth graders Adora Perry, Olivia Morrissette, Allyson Yabut, Katherine Sweeney, Delisia Marcelino, Abi Polo and Mackenzie Maciel have entered Governor Gina Raimondo's Governor for more
The Steamship Historical Society of America (SSHSA) is inviting the public to experience the elegance and luxury of a bygone era of travel and honor one of history's most well-known ocean liners as we approach the anniversary of her sinking. SSHSA, a more
The Warwick Police Department, along with officers from the North Kingstown PD, East Greenwich PD, West Warwick PD, Providence PD and troopers from the Rhode Island State Police will be participating in a Drunk Driving Enforcement Task Force on St. more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCEA driver who recently told officers, “Yeah, I bumped into her car. I’m sorry,” was recently arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence. … more
By TESSA ROY Mayor Scott Avedisian has expressed support for releasing the $4 million in bond funds to the School Department, but City Council members are still looking for answers. I support releasing the bond money to allow the school department to" more
A $15 an hour minimum wage isn’t a wild idea to Warwick Senator Jeanine Calkin. “I think it is realistic. I think that anything that we set our mind to is possible if we focus and we try to … more
Working women As a part of International Women's Day observances on March 8, Warwick female firefighters joined Chief James McLaughlin at the State House. Pictured with him are (from left) Firefighter Jennifer Sayles, Firefighter Victoria Bellavance and more
By CAL BARASH-DAVID In a little white house in the Hoxsie section of the city, days are measured in pillboxes. The structure seems snipped from a picture book. The house is filled with a collection of trinkets that has grown for the past seven decades. more
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