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The monthly meeting for Friends of the Warwick Animal Shelter will be held Thursday, September 15 at The Pilgrim Senior Center, 27 Pilgrim Parkway at 6:30 p.m. The group will finalize plans for its Blessing of the Animals and Dog Walk on September 17. more
Doug Ray set a record Saturday. He became the fifth blood donor in the state to surpass donations exceeding 100 gallons. Actually, Ray didn't make it a goal to reach 100 gallons and, in fact, for an extended period he wasn't keeping count, more
Judy Cobden grew up in Warwick. She attended Pilgrim, where she was a standout athlete playing softball, field hockey, and skating for the state's only girls' hockey team. She's traveled the world, and as an investigator for the American more
Warwick teachers ratcheted up demands that the school administration negotiate a contract and fix consolidation of secondary schools before acting to consolidate elementary schools. On Monday, the Warwick Teachers Union staged an more
Today's primary will decide the next Ward 7 councilman while determining which four of the six candidates for School Committee will appear on the November ballot as well as the Democratic nominees in Wards 1 and 2, Representative House Districts 21 and 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 Roger Ceresi & The All Starz, End of the Summer Bash will be held" more
This is a transcript of the remarks Judy Cobden made at the 9/11 observance held Sunday at the 9/11 memorial in Oakland Beach. I am honored to be asked to speak today. My name is Judy Cobden, I was born and raised in this city. Yes, I am a more
1) Hendricken 2) La Salle 3) Portsmouth 4) Cranston East 5) Moses Brown 6) St. Raphael 7) South Kingstown 8) Shea 9) East Providence 10) West Warwick 11) Cumberland 12) Mount Hope 13) Cranston West 14) Classical 15) Woonsocket 16) Central 17) North more
Going bold at Rocky Point BoldrDash, a 5K race that incorporates obstacles of varying difficulty throughout the course, with tube crawls, parallel bars, tire hurdles, rope climbs, monkey bars, wobble boards and much more, made full use of Rocky Point on more
University of Rhode Island Assistant Professor of Economics Liam Malloy puts it simply: Income inequality today is where it stood in the 1920s right before the Great Depression. His colleague, URI Associate Professor of Political Science Kristin Johnson, more
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