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President by a landslide Toll Gate English teacher and department chair at Toll Gate and Winman Junior High, Darlene Netcoh won about 90 percent of the vote in the Warwick Teachers Union election held last Thursday afternoon and evening. Netcoh will 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 shows continue every Thursday. Next car show is June 9 and more
To the Editor: Governor Raimondo's solution to failing Rhode Island infrastructure is, of course, foolish. However, there is no disputing the fact that the infrastructure is in ruin. The governor claims there is no money to repair roads, bridges, etc., more
What appears to be multiple bird sacrifices on Conimicut Point near Old Mill Cove has been reported to Warwick Police and the Department of Environmental Management. The site, discovered on May 25, consisted of four decapitated fowl more
Can your dog strut down the runway? Can your pup shimmy in a bikini? Can your pooch dazzle a crowd? If so, sign them up for Little Rhodie Bully Breed Club's first ever Canine Runway Show. The Bully Breed Club works with shelter dogs from more
If visions win votes, then Ron Loparto from Conimicut will be the next senator for District 29. Loparto is convinced people are fed up with the political criminal organization" running the state and he's the one who can provide" more
After winning gold medals in the state SkillsUSA competition, 20 students from the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center (WACTC) are determined to win gold again. Later this month they will travel to Kentucky to compete in the more
Warwick Neck Elementary School Principal Ann Stratton, who retired in 2011 and passed unexpectedly last September, will be forever memorialized in the school's library. Last Thursday, June 2, the school, family and friends joined to more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is advising homeowners that high concentrations of caterpillars observed statewide may cause short-term defoliation of trees over the next few weeks. Typical damage, most commonly to oaks and more
To the Editor: As co-chairs of the 2016 Johnston Memorial Cancer Events, we are writing this letter to extend or thank you to everyone who participated. Their participation made this a successful community-oriented event. This year marked our ninth more
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