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Carp bite good: Paul Marino caught this 10 pound …
Tautog fishing is fun. I like to relax with friends and family, shoot the breeze and enjoy a great Rhode Island fishery all at the same time. Tautog (or Blackfish) is a great eating fish with a dense … more
General Treasurer Gina M. Raimondo has put her stamp of approval on legislation that would increase funding and improve the Crime Victims Compensation Program for victims of violent crimes. … more
Monday evening saw Cranston Democrats gathered at 39 West to welcome Governor Lincoln Chafee as a new member of the Democratic Party. Democratic City Committee Chairman Michael Sepe introduced … more
To the Editor: “We the People” have a God-given right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. With that said, when politics and more, specifically politicians vote on issues, which go … more
CLEANUP CREW: The Daphilanthropies (from left) …
This past Saturday, Warwick Historical Cemetery #30 was found once more, with the help of the Warwick Historical Cemetery Commission, a group of eager girls who call themselves Daphilanthropies, and … more
Pamela A. Greene, ’90, and Meredith Strokes Calcagni, ’04, both Warwick residents, will serve on the board of Providence College’s National Alumni Association Board of Governors for 2013-14. … more
With its 2-0 victory over Maine-Farmington on Sunday afternoon, Castleton State College did something that hadn’t been achieved since 2010, earn the NAC regular season crown. Hendricken product … more
The Friends of Pawtuxet Village, along with the Pawtuxet Village Merchants Association, will sponsor the annual Pawtuxet Village Holiday Stroll Saturday, Dec. 14 with events scheduled throughout the … more
STORY OF SURVIVAL: During Monday’s launch of …
Yesterday, the Rhode Island Blood Center and Dunkin Donuts kicked off National Blood Donor month and their “Give a Pint, Get A Pound Campaign” with an event at the Dunkin Donuts in Hoxsie, … more
Rhode Island schools, organizations, community centers and artists were awarded $128,212 in the December 2013 round of grants from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts. The council’s board … more
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