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Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea recently honored several Warwick high school students with the 2016 Rhode Island Civic Leadership Award. The award is given annually at a State House Ceremony to high school students who have made outstanding more
Receives credo award For his outstanding commitment to the Citizens Bank's credo, Warwick resident Michael McGeachy has been awarded a Chairman's Credo Award by Citizens' Chairman and CEO Bruce Van Saun. The award is the highest honor a Citizens Bank more
Malcolm Meyerson of Kingston, a graduating senior at Rocky Hill School in Warwick has been named one of 689 semifinalists in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. Meyerson and the other semifinalists were selected from nearly 4,700 candidates more
Last year, the Westbay farm grew more than 18,000 pounds of fresh produce, all of which was free or sold at a reduced price to help Kent County's vulnerable populations have access to healthy fruits and vegetables. The City of Warwick 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 Car shows return starting June 2 and will be held every Thursday more
Vincent van Gogh, Picasso, Michelangelo and other artists were present in spirit Monday morning at Veterans Memorial High School, appearing in renditions of their classic works, such as an Avocado Starry Night." Vets seniors gathered to" more
Time was on the minds of school officials early Tuesday morning - they are anxious to get building projects started in time to have them completed when schools reopen in the fall and to encumber the funds before the start of a new fiscal more
More than 315 runners - and some walkers -participated in the 5K hosted by three Pawtuxet-area schools Friday evening that concluded with live music and food trucks at Pawtuxet Park. According to one of the event planners, more
Michael Moriarty, James Burrows and more than 100 representatives from non-profit agencies were packed into the House Finance Committee room of the State House Tuesday evening waiting for the review of the $11.6-million community more
Pilgrim and Warwick Vets played their final regular-season, league matchup on Monday night, but ironically it was the youngest rivalry between the two schools. The Pats have only had a boys' lacrosse team since more
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