News
1188 results total, viewing 111 - 120
By JOHN HOWELL Music is known to be calming, but can it also open a door to memories and skills, such as talking, that have been robbed by dementia and Alzheimer's? Dottie Santagata, director of Cornerstone Memory Care Center on Warwick Neck and the more
Hard fought contest Twenty-two Cedar Hill School students vied Tuesday for the honor to go on to the State Spelling Bee sponsored by the Valley Breeze Newspapers to be held March 11 at Lincoln Middle School. Competitors were given a list of 450 words more
By JOHN HOWELL Will it be a town hall meeting or a neighborhood meeting? In today's charged political environment, Virginia Barham is hopeful that Monday's meeting with Congressman James Langevin does not deteriorate into the rancorous town hall meetings 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 Come and enjoy a fun-filled St. Patty's night March 11. Corned more
U.S. Air Force Airman Katrina L. Auger graduated recently from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and more
Sarah Campbell of Warwick was recently initiated into Beta Alpha Psi, the international honor organization for financial information students and professionals. Students initiated into the Quinnipiac chapter of Beta Alpha Psi must major in more
Love that spring air A malamute husky takes in the spring air Saturday. The picture was taken as traffic was stopped at the intersection of Oakland Beach Avenue and West Shore Road. (Warwick Beacon photo) more
Communities across the world face big problems, and putting together the facts about those challenges is the first step in finding solutions. Seeking Solutions to Big Problems: A Fact-Based Discussion Group will seek answers to Rhode Island's tough more
The Rhode Island Foundation is offering local libraries, schools, municipal agencies and nonprofit groups grants of up to $10,000 to fund proposals that bring people together as a community. We believe that community is created at the intersection of" more
New England Institute of Technology has established a College of Graduate and Professional Studies (GPS). Under the direction of Dr. Douglas H. Sherman, Senior Vice President and Provost at New England Tech, the mission of GPS is to provide more
« Prev | 1 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 119 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.