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A lot has changed in health care as we all know. With all the discussion of bottom lines and budgets, it might be easy to forget that Kent Hospital has reached a very important milestone and one that … more
“I love theater as an art form,” Cranston native Mike Moise said. “Everyone has their own piece to bring, and when we all collaborate we can create something much larger than ourselves, … more
By the time Rhode Island voters have their say in the presidential primaries on April 26, it seems likely at least one of the major parties’ nominating contests will have been … more
Subject of court action [Photo gallery]
Cited numerous times for debris and unregistered vehicles, fined… more
To the Editor: With the election overture droning in our ears (coinciding with our collective, token observance of Presidents Day) I thought it might be appropriate to revisit the words of one who … more
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It was after a year and a half of college that 19-year-old Hannah Cook-Dumas realized education was not for her. She decided to pursue an “old dream” of welding. A graduate of Tiverton High … more
Pilgrim senior Madison Balutowski does things with a flourish. When she surpassed the all-time goals scored record for high school girls' hockey, she did it with a postseason hat trick. This past Friday, she more
For the past couple of years, we’ve all heard a lot about what we can do, what we’ve done and what we should be doing to make Rhode Island more … more
Joseph “Joe” A. Pinocci, Jr. of Dunedin, Florida and formerly of Rhode Island passed away Wednesday, February 24, 2016. Born July 24, 1940 in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, he was the son of the late … more
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