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EAGLE ON THE LINE: Joseph Chehy III organized a …
Attaining the rank of Eagle is a rarity in Scouting. So much so, that only 2 percent of Scouts achieve the honor. To have one member from a troop become an Eagle is a remarkable feat, but to have … more
By JOHN HOWELL The City of Warwick will put the “pink slips” in the mail this week, or at latest Monday. Pink slips? Yes, more than 38,000 of them. The pink slips are not layoff notices, … more
LOTS OF POTENTIAL: The D’Ambra Construction …
There’s going to be about 16 more acres to the center of the city if the City Council approves a change in zoning for four parcels in August. And not only is a change of zoning in the offing, … more
It took the kindergartners to teach Wickes School Principal Roy Costa how to dance on the final day of school yesterday. Costa handed out awards to students during an assembly in the all-purpose room … more
OPERATION UNCOVERED: The Johnston Fire Department …
Johnston Fire Department personnel notified police of the marijuana operation on June 17 while conducting a smoke and carbon monoxide detector inspection at 67 Winfield Road, which is roughly 400 feet away from Winsor Hill Elementary School. more
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Investigation of an incident at Gorton Junior High School has revealed another situation where the administration took little or no action after being informed a teacher had drawn a penis on the arm … 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. Municipal Retirees … more
Seniors from Cornerstone Adult Day Services will have their artwork on display at the Warwick Museum of Art beginning at the end of this month and through the month of July. Cornerstone Adult Day … more
PUTTING ON THE RITZ: Rick Fernades, left, and …
High school students aren’t the only ones attending prom this year. The seniors from the Pilgrim Senior Center, clad in gowns and tuxes, had a prom of their own Thursday, June 18. One hundred … more
Lippitt Elementary School third graders visited the West Bay Manor on May 15 to perform a concert for the senior residents directed by their music teacher Miss Katherine Scott. Pictured is Jarian … more
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