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The Rhode Island Community Food Bank announced this week it is 30,000 pounds shy of meeting the 150,000-pound goal for its Summer Food Drive, which ends Aug. 31. Donations of healthy, non-perishable … more
AT THE CONTROLS: Hendricken quarterback John …
The next time John Toppa picks up a baseball bat, he hopes he won’t put it down for a long while. He’ll play his senior season at Bishop Hendricken next spring. Then summer ball, his freshman … more
Catherine T. (Placido) Grandchamp, 79, passed away Saturday, October 4, 2014 at the Greenwood Center surrounded by her loving family. She was the wife of the late Raymond F. Grandchamp, Sr. for over … more
Teams of walkers including one from the the Conimicut Village Association iparticipated in last Saturday’s 2014 CROP (Christian Rural Overseas Program) Walk for Hunger sponsored by Woodbury Union … more
BAZAAR WITH A THEME: Lighthouses and nautical …
Local crafters and statewide vendors will be selling lighthouse and nautical themed items at the Lighthouse Bazaar: Christmas in the Village, Saturday, Nov. 15 at Woodbury Union Church from 9 a.m. to … more
Few things command admiration than gadgets that get the job done. And there always is a new twist on an old gadget. Take the corkscrew. It started out as a simple devise: a three-inch section … more
* * * ½ (Joyce) * * * (Don) (Violent biblical spectacle) With memories of Charlton Heston parting the Red Sea in “The Ten Commandments,” we watched the modern version of the Book of … more
R. Marcel LaRiviere, 90, of Raleigh, North Carolina died Friday morning, January 2, 2015. Born on September 24, 1924, he was a native of Providence, Rhode Island. Marcel was a systems analyst for … more
Sarah Stone, a Pilgrim senior enrolled in the graphics artist program at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center, was one of seven students from schools across New England to be recognized by … more
Under usual circumstances, the 100th day of school would have been celebrated last Monday, but then this hasn’t been the average winter. Snow days pushed the observance off until Friday. John Brown … more
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