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To the Editor: On behalf of the residents of Greenwood Manor, I would like to acknowledge and say “Thank you” to the Slocum Realty office for the years of helping us celebrate the 4th of July … 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. Pontiac Free … more
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Public safety officials have confirmed the identity of the body recovered off the waters of Conimicut Point as Javon Jimenez, 16, of Providence. Warwick Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director … more
The School Committee’s tie vote that resulted in the elimination of the Accelerated Learning Activities Program (ALAP) from Warwick schools has left parents questioning how their advanced learning … more
The Tax Collector’s office will review the files of all elderly taxpayers to see that exemptions have been applied, Ken Mallette said last week. “We will compare files and check with the … more
RIDING HIGH: After his tricycle was stolen from …
It’s hard to imagine that anyone would steal a tricycle from a man with Down syndrome, but it’s refreshing to know that the Rhode Island Brotherhood of Correctional Officers (RIBCO) cared enough … more
WHERE AND WHEN: This overlay of an aerial …
The first of several airport construction projects costing $250 million and four years to complete should begin in the next two weeks with the demolition of Hangar 1. The hangar on Airport Road, … more
The Stroke Center at Kent Hospital has introduced a new stroke support group for stroke survivors and caregivers. The next session will take place Wednesday, July 31 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at the … more
On Tuesday night, the School Committee met to approve a budget for next year, utilizing a $2.5 million surplus. However, cuts still needed to be made to cover the full $3.4 million deficit. It … more
DEFYING THE ODDS: City Park beach has remained …
Warwick’s four licensed beaches have been closed due to high bacteria levels for a combined total of 60 days this summer, leading to frustration for Michael Rooney. “Obviously, people go down … more
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