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No chews for Chewy He may have been obediently sitting on the Rocky Point picnic table, but Chewy the Wheaton Terrier belonging to Sharyn Knight, wasn't rewarded for his behavior - at least not right away. Knight was giving him an obedience lesson, and more
Better than Google Thanks to the Rotary Club of Warwick, all third graders in public and parochial schools were given their own dictionaries Wednesday. Club president Mark Arnold, seen here giving the dictionaries to Oakland Beach students, said the club more
As part of a push to extend the traditional May and June festivities throughout the entire year, the Gaspee Days Committee on Oct. 12 hosted its first-ever Gaspee Fall-Out event in Pawtuxet Park. The … more
In a ceremony held Aug. 3 at the Kent County YMCA, four members of Troop 7 Buttonwoods were awarded their Eagle badges. They are (from left) Liam Redmond, a student at CCRI and the son of John and … more
Party gals Rose Johnson, a devoted member of the Gaspee Seniors that meet twice monthly at the Pilgrim Senior Center, invited the group to lunch Oct. 8 at Brentwood By the Bay, where she resides. All 27 members were treated to lunch followed by an more
Shoot twice Rain made for a good turnout at Wednesday's Healthy Living Expo co-sponsored by Rhode Island Blue Cross and Blue Shield and Prime Time, a Beacon Communications monthly magazine at Warwick Mall. The expo featured 26 vendors ranging from Saint more
Pumpkin extravaganza A truckload carrying more than 1,300 pumpkins (not counting the small ones that were by the box full) arrived Saturday afternoon from New Mexico at St. Mary's Episcopal Church on West Shore Road. With help from volunteers, more
A life saving ride A Warwick Fire Department rescue team was recently recognized with the EMS Pride Award at a meeting of the State Ambulance Advisory Board held at the Knight Campus of CCRI. The award was made on the basis of the recommendation of Dr. more
If it looks like Michael DelloIacono, “Del” to everyone, knows his way around the relocated Job Lot – the former Benny’s on Warwick Avenue – it shouldn’t be a surprise. Del started … more
Taking a knee Bishop Hendricken celebrated its 60th anniversary and annual homecoming last Friday night during the football team's 28-14 win over rival La Salle. What was already a special evening got even better after the conclusion of the contest, when more
Bike fest Gage Street in Longmeadow was the hub of activity - the two-wheeled type - as boys rode their bikes and the older guys gathered around a Harley Davidson to replace a battery. The kids, all wearing helmets as they are required to do by law, more
Never too early for Halloween Lewiston Street resident Danny Hall, who has never lost his childhood love and fascination of Halloween, makes a point of getting a jump on home decorations. He calls his place The Hall Asylum" and relishes the comments he" more
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