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The Rhode Island Community Food Bank and the Jacques Pepin Foundation joined together for a special event June 7 that raised more than $195,000 to provide culinary job training opportunities for unemployed and underemployed adults. These funds will more
To the Editor: Last week, eBay notified its users that there is a movement within the States to impose a sales tax on purchases made on the internet in order to make a level playing field" for local retailers and that appeals to the Deep State advocates" more
To the Editor: Mr. Stephen Kirby came out of retirement to Cedar Hill Elementary a few months into the school year in the midst of some administrative turmoil. There was confusion, resentment and frustration at all levels within the school and with the more
It isn't easy to say goodbye to something you've grown to cherish. Unfortunately, many people are experiencing this feeling as three elementary schools in Warwick close their doors this summer, two of which will never reopen to students and one of which more
A pair of outstanding Rhode Island collections - one of gorgeous Tiffany pieces pulled from a home in Providence and the other the modern prints collection of Lucille Comes out of Warwick, all purchased from Multiple Impressions in New York - will be more
By PEDER SCHAEFER Rhode Island Medical Imaging (RIMI) is celebrating their 75th anniversary this year, a milestone that coincides with the planned relocation of their administrative offices from East Providence to Warwick this coming summer. We are" more
By JENSEN COPPA There were 1,377 reported cases of elderly abuse in 2017 in Rhode Island, and Saint Elizabeth Haven for Elder Justice wants to change those numbers for the better. True peace is not barely the absence of tension, it is the presence of more
By ETHAN HARTLEY She may not know if she wants to become a poet, but Pilgrim freshman Charlotte Frost certainly has the name for it, and now she also has the distinction of writing a poem that was recognized and declared as exceptional by acclaimed New more
By JOHN HOWELL With graduation having been just a week earlier in some cases and the lure of summer vacation, one would imagine most students aren't in a rush to get back to class. That wasn't the case Tuesday at the first of two Rhode Island Promise more
The median price of single-family homes sold in Rhode Island reached $275,000 last month, which represents the highest monthly median sale price since August of 2007 and is a ten percent increase over the median value of $250,000 in May of 2017, more
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