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Bill Blount has a penchant, or better said “a calling,” to take risks. Forty years ago at 23 years old he took his savings and signed personal notes with owners Jim and Ann Bocock and … 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 dancing returns! It is time to put your boots back more
Parsley the bunny is hoping you'll let her hop into your heart. If not, keep an ear out for anyone who might be interested in a sweet, young bunny to add to the family. more
By KELLSIE KING This past weekend, a Cranston shop owner and other businesses from Pawtuxet Village hosted a fundraiser for the family of Sean Seigel, a 7-month old infant from West Kingston who has acute myeloid leukemia. The event on Saturday raised more
Last of the connections Emergency repairs to two burst pipes near the Cedar Swamp wastewater pumping station that flushed 300,000 gallons of sewage into the drainage area of Buckeye Brook were completed Friday. According to the Warwick Sewer Authority, more
Forty years later The Pilgrim High School Class of 1978 celebrated their 40th anniversary on Saturday in the ballroom of the Radisson Hotel in Warwick. It was quite a turnout as classmates reunited and exchanged hugs and handshakes and squeezed into more
For Gianna Gloria Zeoli (right), Unit President of the William Shields American Legion #43 Auxiliary, presents a $1,000 check to Tara Cirella, the mother of the late Gianna Cirella, the 16-year-old Toll Gate High School student who passed away after a more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Newly elected Ward 8 City Councilman Anthony Sinapi was probably wishing he had at least chosen to wear a nice pair of slacks on Monday night, as he was invited by Council President Steve Merolla to take his Ward 9 chair and watch the more
The Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) has launched two student design contests, giving students the opportunity to make a mark on Rhode Island education. High school students with relevant computer science experience are eligible to compete to more
The Kent Center for Human and Organizational Development, Inc. and Riverwood Mental Health Services, which merged in 2017, unveiled its new name, “Thrive Behavioral Health” this week. “Due … more
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