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To the Editor: Foster Parrots, Ltd. & The New England Exotic Wildlife Sanctuary, has been a part of Rhode Island's animal welfare community for 11 years. I am proud that our Rhode Island General Assembly takes seriously the protection of our most more
To the Editor; I was going out early Tuesday morning, October 16. There was a tree downed from the high winds at the end of Armory Drive. I went to the DPW on Sandy Lane. At almost the same time that I got home, a DPW worker was already there cutting the more
By GINA RAIMONDO Four years ago Rhode Island had the highest unemployment in the nation. Today, the unemployment rate is the lowest it's been in 20 years and the number of jobs in the state are near an all-time high. Simply put, we're bringing real, more
To the Editor:This is an eye-opening but sad tale based for the most part, on the report, “Truth in Numbers” by Monique Morrissey of the Economic Policy Institute, June 20, 2013. To be as … more
There's something about renewable energy that - if you care in any way, shape or form about the long-term health of the planet - is just simply exciting. Perhaps it is the grandiose scale of green energy projects. In Johnston, a team of wind energy more
Honor Flights have become so frequent that they no longer make the news. That was the case Saturday for Honor Flight Uniform, the 17th flight conducted by the Rhode Island Fire Chiefs Association to the Nation's Capital. The TV news crews weren't to be more
Happy 101st to the queen Aniole Marie of Flamingo Drive in Warwick celebrated her 101st birthday surrounded by family and her caretakers. Her daughter, Marie Joseph, pictured here to her right, joked with her mother, calling her the queen and adorning more
At the Big Apple Cindy Booth (left) of North Kingstown & Lynne Wolff of Warwick enjoyed fascinating tours (and a great lunch!) in NYC on October 20. The Greenwich Bay Women's Club-sponsored tour to the Tenement Museum was educational and just plain fun. more
Reading and writing An impromptu visit to St. Rose of Lima School where a reporter/photographer was welcomed into the classroom found first graders engaged in an accelerator reading program and fourth graders working on personal narrative writing. As it more
Community College of Rhode Island nursing student Leonardo “Leo” Alonzo Cepeda, 21, of Providence is one of five new CCRI Foundation trustees. Cepeda was born in Providence and raised in the … more
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