News
4749 results total, viewing 4201 - 4210
“Why retire when all you’re going to do is …
A lot is growing at Confreda. The pepper seedlings went in last Tuesday, maybe 80,000 of 500,000, said Corey Confreda. Harvesting of the first zucchinis – ones started in high tunnel … more
The Peter Pastore Memorial Foundation held their annual fundraiser this past May 2 at Gasbarro’s on the Hill. With approximately 100 people attending the evening of wine tasting, gourmet hors … more
ON THE MARCH: The Pawtuxet Rangers were on the …
Forty-eight years ago, the history behind the burning of the HMS Gaspee ignited a flame that roared into the incomparable part of Warwick history known as the Gaspee Days. There’s the parade, the … more
Mayor Scott Avedisian won’t be signing the $282 million city budget approved by the City Council last Monday, nor will he veto it. The lack of any action means the budget, along with its … more
A handful of residents say they have no faith in the Warwick Sewer Authority (WSA), claiming it has been mismanaged for more than 20 years. During the last few weeks, they have canvassed Wards 2, 3 … more
CHAMPLIN
On June 1, Bridget Champlin, a Warwick Girl Scout, was awarded with the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest achievement for a Girl Scout to receive. She was among the 17 recipients honored at the … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police. RODS AND REELS The owner of a boat kept at the Aqua Vista Marina on Seminole Street told Officer Tammy Mello that … more
A story in Thursday’s Beacon on the budget hearing incorrectly attributed Rob Cote as saying he is aware of a city employee who has paid $22,000 into a pension and received $950,000 in benefits. It … more
Playing a flute solo piece is Nina Yu. The …
Bob Shapiro was in their midst. There was no other way to explain the feeling that permeated the Toll Gate cultural arts center that bears the name of the late teacher, principal and … more
In an effort to help potential volunteers in the Warwick Public Schools comply with the recently enacted Rhode Island law requiring state criminal background checks for school volunteers, the … more
« Prev | 1 418 | 419 | 420 | 421 | 422 | 423 | 424 475 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.
Welcome to RIjobs.com
Copyright © 2015, Beacon Communications. Powered by: Creative Circle Advertising Solutions, Inc.