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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. Rhode Island Children's Chorus Rhode Island Children's Chorus has announced more
It's hard to believe given the small size of our state, but Rhode Island has 150 municipal pension plans. These plans provide retirement security for the hard-working municipal employees who devote their careers to serving our local more
Iced Coffee Day, Dunkin' Donuts' annual local initiative to support Hasbro Children's Hospital, will be held at participating Dunkin' Donuts restaurants across Rhode Island and Bristol County, Massachusetts on Wednesday, May 24. Throughout the entire more
The Rhode Island Division of Motor Vehicles and AAA Northeast have announced an agreement allowing non-AAA members to complete certain DMV transactions at AAA offices around Rhode Island. AAA has agreed to process DMV transactions for nonmembers as the more
By JOHN HOWELL Walk into Purrs and Paws, which held its grand opening this week, and it's strangely quiet even though there's lots of dogs with tails waving and ready to greet newcomers with a smooch. Kim Parlato has it planned that way. It has to be a" more
The following students have earned third quarter honors at Pilgrim High School: GRADE NINE HIGH HONORS: Giana D. Alviti, Isabella D. Alviti, Giana Amaral, Angelina N. Antonizio, Demitri Ayres, Samantha E. Befumo, Julianne Bergeron, Sydni R. Bigelli, more
A dinghy that has been around the world will be for sale at the Asbury United Methodist Church's Yard Sale this Saturday. Asbury has been hosting yard sales for about forty years and without question the dinghy is a first. The story more
By TESSA ROY School officials this week reacted positively, but cautiously, on learning Mayor Scott Avedisian's proposed budget for the 2017/2018 fiscal year would hike funding to schools by $4.1 million, up to $165,238,442 from last year's more
After nearly two years of listening to Rhode Islanders and learning the ropes, Commissioner of Education Ken Wagner is changing the game and among other changes, issuing an open challenge to CCRI. Traditionally, the commissioner delivers a more
By JOHN HOWELL With the prospect the city could close the 2016 fiscal year with a $10 million surplus and complete the current year with an additional $2 million, Mayor Scott Avedisian has proposed a $310.5 million city budget, an increase of $11.8 more
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