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By JOHN HOWELL Travis Williams is a boy. He's 10. Yet he knows what he wants - a man cave. On Valentine's Day, the Cranston fourth-grader - who suffers from a rare congenital disorder known as caudal regression syndrome - learned he would get what he more
The Republican City Committee invites all Warwick residents interested in civic involvement to an “open house” Thursday, Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. They will meet at The Coffee Grinder 2.0 located in the … more
100 angels The 100 concert goers who died in the Station nightclub fire 16 years ago this Wednesday will be remembered quietly this year as no formal ceremony is planned until the 20th anniversary of the tragedy, Gina Russo, president of the Station Fire more
By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Joseph Solomon calls himself a newcomer to Warwick. After all, he told the staff at Slocum Realty Tuesday afternoon, I've been here only 40 years." Solomon visited the real estate and insurance agency during his weekly one-on-one" more
Those intrigued by the Lifetime documentary television series “Surviving R. Kelly” will have the chance to see one of the series’ integral voices in person, sharing stories of her own survival … more
STOLEN CONVERTER On Feb. 11 at approximately 11:47 a.m. Officer Daniel O'Connell met with a complainant in the lobby of police headquarters for a report of a larceny from a business. The representative, from National Grid, stated that he was a supervisor 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 continues from 7-9 p.m. Monday evenings with more
By JOHN HOWELL After 42 years of calling the former Kentish Guards armory in Apponaug home, the Warwick Museum and now the Warwick Center of the Arts may be forced to find new digs. Last Wednesday, as he joined Rocky Point aficionado Sean McCarthy to more
By JOHN HOWELL The wet sock arrived at Sandy Lane yesterday morning in a refrigerated truck. The baby blue felt sock, 140 feet long and 24 inches in diameter, was neatly folded in the back of the truck. It reeked. Zack Scott, foreman for Green Mountain more
By JOHN HOWELL The first step to rebuilding Woodbury Union Church, which burned on Thanksgiving eve, could come this week as Bowerman Associates of Providence starts sorting through the rubble in preparation for demolishing what remains of the building. more
You should plan ahead to avoid Sandy Lane if possible starting this upcoming Monday. Construction on sewer work will begin again and last approximately one week, causing a significant detour. More info inside. more
The Ocean State Center for Independent Living (OSCIL) will host a free Lunch & Learn Workshop Wednesday, February 27 from 12-2 p.m. at its offices at 1944 Warwick Avenue in Warwick. The topic will be Medicaid Matters in Rhode Island." It will cover the" more
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