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SOCKS FOR THE NEEDY: Dr. Charles Cavicchio …
The Rhode Island Podiatric Medical Association (RIPMA) kicked off their “Socks for the Needy” campaign this week as part of their 100th anniversary as a medical association. “Socks for the … more
BEEMING: Viansa Portesi, Ben Kim and Ian Quinton …
Three talented musicians from Winman Junior High School were able to put their skills to the test recently as members of the 2014 Rhode Island All-State music program. Violinist Viansa Portesi … more
Citing the need to protect children from sexual predators, Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin’s legislation to create the first-ever “Child Safe Zones” in Rhode Island was set to be heard … more
Pink Out the Runway will be held April 11 at Warwick Veterans Memorial High School. Doors open at 5:15 p.m., show begins at 6, featuring a fashion show, vendors, a raffle and a mini bake sale. … more
LOTS OF HELP: Chris Murphy (center top) is joined …
Leonard “Lenn” Murphy, who grew up in the Conimicut section of Warwick, wasn’t difficult to please. “He was as happy watching the Red Sox and Patriots as he was packing the grandchildren … more
Based on information resulting from an internal investigation, Department of Corrections Director A.T. Wall has requested the involvement of Rhode Island State Police to probe possible criminal … more
Men from Cranston, Warwick and West Warwick are facing child pornography charges after a multi-agency investigation into the alleged sexual exploitation of children. 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 Meadowbrook … more
AN EMOTIONAL EXPERIENCE: WWII veteran Donald …
Donald Thornton was still in awe Sunday. “The reception was overwhelming. Just thinking about it brings tears to my eyes,” he said. “We went into the airport, I couldn’t believe it. There … more
How Four Corners in Apponaug would look when …
This could be stretching it, but think of the Village of Apponaug as a bookshelf. There are a lot of books of different sizes. Some have worn bindings, others look to be relatively new. A number … more
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