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Cool at school The PTO treated Hoxsie School students to a field day Wednesday with a series of activities that included a bouncy castle and a dunking tank. It was the first time kindergarteners were included in the event and, as seen here lining up for more
Aiding cancer research with lemonade For the sixth consecutive year, Warwick residents Alexandra (age 12) and Avery (age 9) Luca have run a lemonade stand as part of Alex's Lemonade Stand, a nonprofit foundation that seeks to raise money for cancer more
Run for Special Olympics Warwick residents were among the record-setting 1,000 bikers plus that took in Saturday's 20th Annual Special Olympics Rhode Island Motorcycle Run that began in Johnston at the former Grieco Collision Center on Route 44 and made more
She won't float, but she'll be sailing There wasn't much time, but that didn't stop a group from St. Timothy Church from starting construction Monday on a float for this Saturday's Gaspee Days parade. Lending impetus to the project of building the cutout more
“Assemblages” by Michele Keir of Warwick will be on display June 6 through July 3 at the BankRI branch at One Turks Head Place in downtown Providence. There is a Gallery night reception on … more
Straight from the pages More than 300 Holliman students made up Tuesday's reading parade organized by reading specialist Ali Kanaczet and held at the Pilgrim track. Kanaczet started planning for the event last fall, gaining approvals from Holliman more
In vocalist competition This year, three members represented Warwick Veterans Memorial Middle School Chorus at the Rhode Island Music Educators All-State Choral Festival last November. On Friday, June 7 these three students will join the other members of more
Prelude to a parade Saturday's Symphony in the Park event at Pawtuxet Park, followed by fireworks at Salter Grove, added to the buildup as the 2019 Gaspee Days celebration nears its conclusion. The Saturday concert featured Music by Merlan Ensemble, the more
Comedy with a cause Did you spot any red noses May 23? Maybe it was good for a laugh and surely that was the purpose for the red noses available for purchase at Walgreens and other locations participating in Red Nose Day" to raise awareness and funds to" more
Dad waves every Memorial Day As has been the tradition for years, the Pawtuxet Memorial Cemetery placed flags for each deceased veteran along cemetery roads. Each of the flags is marked with the name of a veteran buried at the cemetery. The Beacon found more
Fighting hunger Twenty-five team members from Price Rite Marketplace stores across Rhode Island volunteered at the Rhode Island Community Food Bank on April 24. The team spent their time sorting and packing canned goods, condiments, cereals and assorted more
Would you believe 100? Friends and family gathered recently to celebrate Theresa Gosciminski's 100th birthday. Theresa was born in Fall River, Mass. and moved to Warwick about 30 years ago. About five years ago she moved again to live with her daughter. more
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