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The Sgt. Brian St. Germain Invitational was held last weekend at West Warwick High School, and a handful of locals made some noise as they compete in their final meet before the class championships this weekend. Bishop Hendricken's Sean Fagan won the more
Bishop Hendricken unveiled its new Athletic Director on Wednesday afternoon at a press conference on campus, introducing longtime basketball coach Jamal Gomes as the new leader of the school's sports programs, taking over for Paul Alianiello who is more
The Providence Gridiron Club, which sponsors six dinners and a brunch yearly, is actively trying to raise more money so it can add scholarships and more honors to its program, which recognizes and benefits youth, high school and college football players, more
Review By DON FOWLER The Island Moving Company has been a shining light on the Newport arts scene for 37 years, performing their contemporary dance concerts at the mansions and touring in other states. Last weekend, the company graced the stage at more
Following a hugely successful run at Sydney's Old 505 Theatre, acclaimed stand-up comedian Becca Hurd is bringing her new one-woman-show to Artists' Exchange in Cranston. The Other Side of 25 is a hysterical and heartfelt play and is written and more
By CINDY FERA Transitioning make-up from winter to spring can be confusing. Along with using different skin care products, you also need to change the color palette of your make-up. Your foundation needs to be lighter in texture as the season progresses, 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 show begins on Thursday, May 16, weather permitting, and every more
By DON FOWLER Remember the good old days when you enjoyed an ice cream soda while waiting for your prescription at the corner drug store. I grew up in New Haven in the days when every neighborhood had a corner drug store.and most of them had a soda more
By KELLY SULLIVAN During the World War II era, entertainments such as circuses and vaudeville shows were common in towns all over America. Cranston had its share of residents who took part in such traveling shows. Some of these entertainers enjoyed a more
I saw on the news that places of worship are consolidating and closing all over Rhode Island. With members aging and most millennials not attending as their parents once did, the population is dropping beyond the level of self-sufficiency. My own church more
The week starts with meatballs for breakfast every Monday morning at Beltone New England, a hearing aid company headquartered at 931 Jefferson Blvd., Suite 2001, Warwick. The fun tradition has … more
Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea has announced the allocation of grant money to every Rhode Island city and town to strengthen the security of voting systems and improve election processes. The $100,000 in funding is part of Rhode Island's share of $3 more
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