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The holidays are here, and that means year's end - a time when many Rhode Islanders give to their favorite charities - is right around the corner. With just a few weeks remaining in 2017, United Way of Rhode Island (UWRI) has good news for busy donors; more
Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Gary Noel has retired from the U.S. Air Force after serving honorably for 22 years. Noel was last serving as superintendent with United States Air Force Band of the Pacific - Hawaii, Joint Base Pearl Harbor - Hickam, Hawaii. more
A little snow is all it took to inspire me to get the Christmas tree. “Let’s get the tree Sunday,” Carol said earlier in the week. I said “okay,” but in reality Christmas seemed far away … more
To the Editor: There's an old axiom that states, The first step in solving a problem is to recognize that the problem exists." This truth has never been more evident than in our society's fight against childhood cancers. Anyone who frequents Facebook" more
To the Editor: Kudos to director Richard Sylvia and choreographer Teresa Pearson of the Bishop Hendricken High School Arts Department on the recent production of The Wizard of Oz." This was a very ambitious undertaking for a high school musical. Kate" more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Cedar Hill Principal Colleen Mercurio, alongside her attorney Thomas Gulick, delivered a plea on Monday morning of "not guilty" during her arraignment. more
DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE On Nov. 11 at approximately 7:16 p.m. Officer Paul Wells saw a vehicle traveling on Bald Hill Road near On The Border that had an expired registration number. Wells ran the registration plate in the system and confirmed that more
By JOHN HOWELL -- The success or failure of an $85 million bond to address the aging condition of Warwick schools may come down to the expenditure of $10,500 for 5,000 doorstops. more
With the holiday season underway, most children are already dreaming about the gifts they'll receive in a few weeks. Unfortunately for many families, toys are a luxury they cannot afford when the family budget barely covers the necessities That's why the more
GRINCHED Officer Julio Benros responded to a Lakedell Drive residence on November 30 around 8:12 a.m. for a report of a theft of Christmas lawn ornaments. At the scene the officer met with the resident who reported that his lawn ornament, a laser more
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