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SEWERS HELP: Vets High freshman Angus Nathan won …
Do sewers really reduce, or eliminate, pollution from ponds and streams, or do septic systems and cesspools do the job? That sounds like a question that might be asked by those debating the need … more
BULLET HOLE Officer Brian Murray reported that hotel workers at the Motel 6 on Jefferson Boulevard had no idea when someone shot a hole in a third floor window at the hotel on March 2. The manager … more
CHEERING THEM ON: The Buffalo Wild Wings mascot …
Yesterday, Rhode Island got what 49 other states have had for sometime – a Buffalo Wild Wings. And while it was a day to wear the green, there was lots of yellow outside the restaurant and … more
McKAY
“Not today and not tomorrow.” Those were the only words Raymond McKay had to offer when asked yesterday if he plans to go ahead with his announcement as a candidate for the U.S. Senate. If he … more
It would seem Senator Michael McCaffrey has started a new tradition in the name of the Irish. Yesterday, St. Patrick’s Day, he hosted lunch for about 150 at the Pilgrim Senior Center. McCaffrey … more
Vets Kayla McKenna joined the rest of the high …
READY TO DANCE: Students and teachers from The …
Students at Warwick Neck’s The Learning Garden got their groove on Thursday morning, all in the name of supporting a classmate and The Matty Fund. Fourteen students in the school’s preschool … 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
Cranston Chief of Police Col. Marco Palombo Jr. …
The chief had been placed on paid administrative leave in January as State Police began a review of the Cranston department and an investigation into mass ticketing allegations. more
DIS-SPELLING HUNGER: Cranston resident Peter …
On display until Friday, March 21, the free, juried exhibit is designed to raise public awareness of the problem of hunger as well as make a major contribution of non-perishable foods to the R.I. Community Food Bank after the sculptures are “de-canstructed.” more
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