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When the electricity went off in the “guidance wing” of Veterans Memorial Junior High School, the School Department went all the way to Louisiana to get them back on. Power problems at the … more
Toll Gate High School Principal Stephen Chrabaszcz, a man known for constantly putting the needs of his students ahead of his own, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday night. Steve was an institution here in Warwick. He was very respected" more
Rhode Island Mall is set to get a new store this Friday. “We are thrilled to open a new Burlington Coat Factory in the Warwick community, bringing even more jobs to the neighborhood and … more
Garden City Center hosted the third annual Rhode Island Drive Electric Day on Saturday, Sept. 10. Electric vehicle drivers, enthusiasts, and intrigued local residents attended the show to learn about the benefits of electric cars as more
One career path is typically enough for most people, but Raina Smith is on her third. Smith is a former broadcast journalist at WPRI-TV, ABC-6 News, and co-host on WPRO radio. She was the Director of Communications for former Secretary of more
An estimated 600 people turned out Sunday for the 15th annual ALS Association Rhode Island Chapter walk at Confreda Sports Complex. The event was second only in turnout to 2014, the year of the Ice Bucket Challenge" when that" more
Jack Thomas looked like a kid who planned to play a practical joke on his friends. He grinned, his eyes flashed, and he lowered his voice so as not to let anyone else hear what he was about to … more
To the Editor: If you live in Warwick or pretty much anywhere in Rhode Island, you most likely have heard about the school consolidations and ensuing drama and general chaos associated with it. I've been following it and I've been feeling increasingly 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 Car Show continues every Thursday evening at 5 p.m. in the back of more
The Botanical Center, Roger Williams Park, will hold a indoor plant sale on Sunday, October 2 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. October is still a good time to plant perennials. The center will have houseplants propagated in greenhouses and perennials thinned from more
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