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Rhode Islanders with bold ideas for moving the state forward have until Friday, Dec. 16, to apply for $300,000 grants from the Rhode Island Foundation. This year, the Rhode Island Innovation Fellowship program focuses on proposals that increase or more
A village Christmas Organized by the Friends of Pawtuxet Village, village merchants greeted shopping strollers Saturday while children got to ride through the streets on a horse-drawn wagon accompanied by Santa. The event included book readings, singing, more
STATE WIDE 7 STATE OF RHODE ISLAND Probate Court of the CITY OF WARWICK NOTICE OF MATTERS PENDING AND FOR HEARING IN SAID COURT The Court will be in session at WARWICK CITY … more
The CCRI men's basketball team traveled to Long Island City in New York on Saturday to take on the Red Hawks of LaGuardia Community College. The Knights were unable to come out with the victory, dropping the game 101-91. The loss moves the Knights' more
BANDIT'S BICYCLE GETAWAY Officer Aaron Steere and other officers were dispatched to the Kohl's department store at Rhode Island Mall on November 19 at approximately 5:13 for a report of a shoplifting in progress. Dispatch advised the officers the store's more
Rhode Island leaders and schools kicked off Computer Science Education Week by welcoming a high-caliber guest to the state Monday. U.S. Secretary of Education John King, accompanied by Governor Gina Raimondo, Senator Jack Reed, and Rhode more
Always a big boost The Don Rodrigues Karate Academy held their annual Toys for Tots tournament Saturday where each competitor brings a toy for the Toys for Tots program run by the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves. Turning out for the event was Bob Venturini, more
To the Editor: On November 8, 2016, I was traveling west on Centerville Road about 2:30 in the afternoon along with many other cars. The road had just been scraped and cleared of the old asphalt awaiting the new asphalt to be poured later that day. more
U.S. Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse, and Congressmen Jim Langevin and David Cicilline, announced Wednesday that Rhode Island preschool programs will receive $6,043,131 from the U.S. Departments of Education and Health and Human Services more
More to come The Warwick Symphony Orchestra performed the first concert in its Kingdom of the World" holiday series Sunday night at St. Kevin Church. The series that marks the orchestra's 50th anniversary features seasonal favorites as well as the work" more
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