September 2, 2015
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On Saturday, Aug. 9, Traditional Martial Arts RI, located at 1099 Park Ave., hosted a fundraiser to benefit the Colon family. The family has two children, Brando and Isaac, who are students at … more
AS GENUINE AS THEY COME: Tom Horan shares a …
Luisa McCaghren is a great neighbor. Over the past two years she has been changing the landscape (literally) at Knightsville Manor, and the other 185 residents applaud her efforts. A designer by … more
U.S. Sen. Jack Reed’s office is now accepting requests from Rhode Islanders for tickets to be a part of His Holiness Pope Francis’ address to Congress on Thursday, Sept. 24 at 10 a.m. This … 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 … more
HANLEY
Kent Hospital has appointed Mary Elizabeth Hanley, DO, as director of its Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine Fellowship program.  Dr. Hanley was Kent Hospital’s first Undersea and Hyperbaric … more
COMMENCEMENT: Graduates await to walk across the …
Warwick Public Schools hosted summer graduation on Thursday morning, Aug. 27. Warwick Vets principal Gerry Habershaw provided the greetings and helped to confer degrees alongside Toll Gate’s … more
FOCUSED ON HIS JOB: Officer Paul Wells of Warwick …
The storm of Aug. 4 left more than 120,000 Rhode Islanders powerless and brought down trees on houses and cars, but it could not kill the spirit of Warwick’s National Night Out. The event … more
RINFRET
Envoy Mortgage of Warwick has added two new staff members to its Rhode Island branch. Mortgage Originator Joanne L. Lefevre (left) was named sales manager. She will be in charge of recruiting new … more
Do you have a photo that reflects Warwick’s history, beauty, character or events that make the community so special? If so, Mayor Scott Avedisian and the Department of Public Works invite you to … more
GOVERNOR’S FELLOW: Amanda Rode has worked all …
When Amanda Rode, 21, first applied to the University of Rhode Island she planned on majoring as a civil engineer and pursuing a career in water purification. She quickly came to find that she was … more
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