News
1130 results total, viewing 13 - 24
By JOHN HOWELL It’s taken its “sweet” time, but the first ears of Warwick-grown corn are here. There’s not an abundance of corn yet. Rain that is in the forecast and temperatures in the … 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. Oakland Beach Special Public Meeting A public meeting concerning the parking more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Despite more than an hour of public testimony in opposition to the appointments of Kevin Murphy and Kelly McElroy - who are both unrelated to but nonetheless strongly connected to Mayor Joseph Solomon through personal relationships - as more
By JOHN HOWELL You couldn't make up what Joel Gerstenblatt was faced with. As the city municipal court judge since 1995, Gerstenblatt has dealt with some controversial issues such as the woman who insisted that the items she had rescued on refuse more
By JOHN HOWELL More of the same, with ongoing efforts to improve, would best characterize how Dr. James Fanale sees the Rhode Island health care scene following the announcement Tuesday that Care New England is withdrawing from talks with Lifespan and more
CHILD MOLESTATION A 78-year-old Warwick man has been charged with first-degree child molestation. Bruce MacNeil of Blue Hill Drive was arrested Monday. He entered no plea during his arraignment in Third Division District Court the same day and was more
Set for Saturday launch As of Wednesday morning, the three sections of the 18-foot model of the Saturn V rocket that sent Apollo 11 to the moon 50 years ago were coming together at the former St. Benedict School. The model, along with a model of the more
Ready to go At the former West Valley Inn in West Warwick, everything must go. The storied facility - the site of weddings, banquets and special events for decades prior to its abrupt closure in 2016 - will soon be razed. On Monday, auction and more
The Community College of Rhode Island Players launch their third annual Summer Repertory season this month with the production of two William Shakespeare plays at the Knight Campus' Bobby Hackett Theatre. The annual Summer Rep program offers students the more
By JONATHAN YAO A new resident has taken up the One Bay Avenue building in Warwick. Cozy Caterers, an event catering service, had its venue's red-ribbon cutting on Tuesday. Visited by Mayor Joseph J. Solomon, whose cousin Michael A. Solomon is president more
The military brought Mike and Roni (Rondel) Dooley together, working, then dating and marriage. Two children and 29 years later, the spirit of entrepreneurship keeps them working together, often side-by-side, Mike as an accomplished photographer and Roni more
« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 95 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.