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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. Tri-City Elks Roger Ceresi and the All-Starz Band Feb. 11 from 8-11:30 p.m. more
Representative Charlene Lima, Cranston/Providence Dist-14 and Representative Robert Nardolillo, Coventry Dist-28, are co-sponsors of legislation requiring all school buses in Rhode Island to be equipped with an Ignition Interlock System to protect Rhode more
Several years ago, Barnes & Noble in Rhode Island created the My Favorite Teacher Contest, a program to provide students an opportunity to voice their appreciation and recognize a teacher who has had positive impact on them - either personally or more
The Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Foundation and Elite Physical Therapy are partnering together to provide education and services to help people touched by breast cancer.  “We are so happy to be … more
Mayor says `thanks,' GOP officers elected Warwick Republicans met recently to elect new officers. Mayor Scott Avedisian was on hand to thank former GOP Chairmen Mike Penta (left), who served as chairman before resigning to run for state representative, more
Joe Amato, an East Greenwich native and Warwick resident, will be inducted April 30 into the East Greenwich Athletic Hall of Fame. Amato attended East Greenwich schools and graduated from high school in 1984. He was a standout wrestler for the Avengers, more
What's it like inside? As part of Fire Chief James McLaughlin's ongoing campaign to give residents a peek inside their neighborhood fire station, meet the crew and let the kids climb aboard a fire truck, an open house was held Saturday at Station 4 at more
By TESSA ROY Robertson students are tapping into their natural creative instincts with Design It!, an after school program run by the YMCA and funded by a grant from Mayor Scott Avedisian's office. A flier and permission slip for Design It! says the more
As sports fans across Rhode Island finalize their plans for Super Bowl LI on Feb 5., local businesses prepare to host a viewing party – or at least provide the pizza. “Is it a crazy day from … more
As a new 50-cent reduced RIPTA bus fare went into effect Wednesday for seniors and disabled, the Rhode Island Division of Elderly Affairs (RIDEA) and Office of Veterans Affairs (RIOVA) launched a pilot program to offer free 10-trip fare cards to more
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