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At first, Cameron Whittaker thought the woman he was watching on the Confreda soccer complex walking track had two dogs. The small one she had on a leash, and the larger one was following her. It was then that Whittaker realized the larger more
Having already logged 500 days in his campaign to be mayor, Richard Corrente portrayed himself as a family man who understands the responsibilities of being married and raising a family at the grand opening of his headquarters Saturday at more
Worth the dash The largest turnout yet for the 4th annual Doughboy Dash hosted by Iggy's in Oakland Beach helped raise funds and awareness of Ataxiatelangiectasia (A-T) Sunday morning. A-T afflicts Andrew Martin and Zach McMillen both Warwick residents. more
The Miss Rhode Island Scholarship Organization will be crowning its new Miss Rhode Island and Miss Rhode Island's Outstanding Teen in Newport Sunday at the Casino Theater. The pageant will be held at 4 p.m. Among those competing is more
Last week one would say spring emerged. The sun was shining, and any gloom that had preceded it was gone. Shadows disappeared everywhere except for Toll Gate High School. On Friday, there were about 50 shadows at the school. Not more
A big attraction Fire Chief James McLaughlin held the first of monthly fire station open houses Saturday at Station One in Apponaug. The event saw a steady stream of visitors who got the chance to see the station and meet firefighters. The events that 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 Country line dance lessons are back. Classes will be held every more
Helping stamp out hunger Warwick Postal carrier Carie Pimental joined carriers across the country in the 24th annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive Saturday with the collection of food donated by residents. Carie said she found food in plastic bags more
A coat of armor was recently donated to Warwick's resident Viking, a K-9 in the Police Department. The German shepherd is receiving a bullet and stab protective vest from a non-profit organization, Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. more
Four Warwick faith leaders have come together to organize the first ever Peace and Justice Walk to help encourage the community to come together. Father Andrew Messina of St. Timothy Church, Pastor Dennis Kohl of Pilgrim Lutheran Church, more
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