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Our beautiful ponds When Friends of Warwick Ponds initiated a photo contest to capture the beauty of city ponds, there was no lack of submissions. There were images from the four seasons of the city's major ponds as well as Buckeye Brook, which as locals more
First place finish WACTC Automotive team of Lynn Gurchik and Ian Donahue competed and placed first in the recent 2020 Ocean State Automotive Competition sponsored by New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) and the RI Automotive Dealer's Association. more
Building community Balise Motor Sales, with 10 stores in Rhode Island, nine in Massachusetts and a total of 22 new and used car dealerships, celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. As part of its effort to build community, Balise targets key agencies more
A lion's feast On the first weekend of the 15-day celebration of the Chinese New Year, a trio of dancing lions - all members of the Rhode Island Kung Fu Club visited Han Palace on West Shore Road Sunday afternoon. After an introductory dance to the beat more
Celebrating a century Adeline Mollo was feted on her 100th birthday at the Warwick home of her daughter, Barbara Tarczuk. A long-time Warwick resident, Adeline was born on January 12, 1920 and was married to the late John N. Mollo for 57 years. She is more
Ancient Egypt as close as Winman The three 6th grade teams at Winman Middle School celebrated an Egyptian Showcase on Friday, January 17 hosted by grade 6th grade social studies teachers Valerie Fiano, Karen Livsey and Mary Beth DiSanto. Over 300 more
Nominated to Naval Academy Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) has given Zachary Bowe of East Greenwich a principal nomination to the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland. Bowe, a distinguished student-athlete, has served as the Prout School's more
Giving to those who serve For years, William Martorelli has helped his older brother, Bobby, run the snowplowing portion of the Martorelli landscaping and plowing business from their West Shore Road location. But this year William, who is a member of the more
What goes down must come back up While rain turned what snow that fell Saturday into a bare covering, it was still enough for parents and their kids to show up at the Gorton hill, one of several popular sledding spots, Sunday morning. Making the trek more
Coming together A new Woodbury Union Church is rising from the ashes on the foundation of the former church that was severely damaged in a 2018 Thanksgiving eve fire. Work on the $1.5 million reconstruction has picked up in the last two months with the more
A clean sweep on Sunday Gail Schoeninger, head custodian and currier at the school administration building, formerly Gorton Junior High School, and school department crews were on the job early Sunday ensuring parking lots and building accesses were more
Top down With a record 70 degrees Saturday it was perfect weather to have the top down as this family of three, who were waiting for the light to change at Hoxsie Four Corners, can attest. (Warwick Beacon photo) more
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