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Fighting pain naturally On Thursday, June 13, the Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce stopped in at the CBD Store of RI, which recently opened at 1851 Post Road in Warwick, to celebrate with an official ribbon cutting ceremony to welcome the new more
Mayor Joseph J. Solomon is heralding the news that the state Department of Transportation has been awarded a $2.8 million grant to work in partnership with Amtrak to determine the feasibility of bringing its rail service to the InterLink intermodal more
By MAX FRAZIER Last Wednesday was a first for many in the Hendricken community: for the principal, the school president and the entire 2019 class that is now embarking upon a new path in their lives. Two hundred and eighteen Hendricken boys made their more
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By JOHN HOWELL It starts with at least one and grows from there. That was the case Friday for Southern Airways' inaugural flight from Nantucket to Green Airport. Island resident Dakota Mello was that first passenger, although she had no idea this was the more
Time to come down More than 20 of the majestic trees at Goddard Park, succumbing to age, the battering of storms and disease, are slated to come down this week. Work started Monday morning and, in short order, Northeastern Tree of Cranston had downed more
DUI On June 10 at 9:55 p.m., Officer Ali M. Jaafar responded to the area of the Wendy's restaurant at 771 Warwick Ave. for a report of an accident involving two vehicles. At the scene, Jaafar observed that the first vehicle involved in the accident, a more
Otherworldly skills Students and instructors at the Warwick Area Career and Tech Center have recently completed work on a scaled model of the lunar command module that helped bring the first men to walk on the moon back to Earth after a successful more
By JOHN HOWELL Eunice Pratt was just where she should be - seated at the head of the table. She looked bright on this rainy Thursday, eyes shining, a smile and a lay of colorful flowers around her neck. This was the annual meeting of alumni of Friends of more
By ETHAN HARTLEY For Mayor Joseph Solomon, the grass is always greener in Warwick. This isn't simply a reflection of his oft-spoken affinity for the city he resides over as mayor, but also because for the first time in recent history, the city once again 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. Apply for Boys and Girls State 2019 The American Legion Boys State and the more
New tax payment digs After a move that started on Friday and carried on through the day Saturday, the city Tax Collector and Assessor offices were open for business Monday in the renovated Buttonwoods Center on West Shore Road. For almost 18 months those more
By JOHN HOWELL When the Rhode Island Airport Corp. conducts back-to-back Warwick public workshops next week on a 20-year master plan for Green Airport, it will be looking for suggestions on how to improve the existing facility as well as how to be more
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