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Soneath Pond, MD, joins Thundermist Health Center of West Warwick as a primary care provider. Dr. Pond comes to Thundermist with more than 20 years of experience as a health care provider. Thundermist cares for many populations that I am passionate" more
The Rhode Island Press Association is welcoming applications for its annual $1,000 scholarship, which is awarded to an outstanding college student who is preparing for a career in print journalism. The deadline for applications for this year's more
The House of Representatives passed a resolution (2019-H 5135) introduced by Rep. Camille F.J. Vella-Wilkinson calling on Congress to pass legislation to fund the United States Coast Guard during the current federal government shutdown. The Coast Guard" more
MetLife, Inc. has named Darla Finchum as Head of MetLife Auto & Home, the company's U.S. property and casualty business based in Warwick. Finchum, who has been serving in this role on an interim basis since August 2018, is responsible for driving smart more
Moving those cookies out Pallets of cookies reaching at least 15 feet high provided the backdrop Saturday as Girl Scouts from East Greenwich, North Kingstown, Jamestown and Cumberland loaded up vehicles from their respective communities with cookie more
The CharterCARE Foundation is now accepting applications for nursing and continuing medical education scholarships from Rhode Island residents. Also available are grants ranging from $10,000 to $50,000 in the following areas: behavioral and mental health more
The Rhode Island Foundation is offering high school seniors college scholarships of up to $20,000 a year through its Carter Roger Williams Initiative. Members of the Class of 2019 have until Feb. 12 to apply. Roger Williams personified principles that" more
By IAN WEINER On Feb. 4, the Warwick City Council will consider Councilman Jeremy Rix's proposed ordinance on the rules and regulations pertaining to the feeding of wild animals in the city. The proposed ordinance would allow Warwick police officers to more
Thanks to the Providence Journal and Southern Rhode Island Newspapers, Warwick Beacon readers got a paper last Thursday, although some papers didn't get it in the mail until Friday. For years, the Beacon and its sister paper in Cranston, the Cranston more
Enjoy a concert of New Orleans Jazz by the Banjo Bob All-Stars Dixieland Band at Warwick Library on Sunday, January 27 at 2 p.m. Also known as Dixieland and Traditional Jazz, New Orleans Jazz is happy and joyful music. Hear an authentic performance by more
By JOHN HOWELL Oakland Beach first graders know that unicorns are mythical animals. But unicorns were very much alive in the minds of students Thursday, and not just any unicorn. This was an elephant that believed he was a unicorn. They understood how more
Local nonprofit Project Undercover is offering free diapers to Rhode Island families impacted by the federal government shutdown. Throughout the shutdown, furloughed federal workers living in Rhode Island can contact Project Undercover to arrange a more
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