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Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island (BCBSRI) is working to keep local communities healthy by sponsoring free flu clinics for Rhode Islanders who do not have health insurance. Over the next … more
Tri-City Elks Bingo Sept. 26, starts promptly at 6:30 p.m. Kitchen will be open. Bring your friends. Contact John Collins for more information at 265-3075. Country line dancing, lessons offered … more
Kathleen Usler, who won the Ward 7 Democratic primary when she beat incumbent Charles Donovan Jr. and will become the new councilwoman since she does not face an opponent in the General Election, … more
While there was widespread coverage of certain legislative initiatives this year, such as the master lever, NECAP graduation requirements, and, of course, naming calamari Rhode Island’s official … more
The preseason is out of the way - now it counts. League play in Rhode Island High School football begins Friday, and we're breaking it all down in the Football Focus Podcast. Click the link below to … more
Children dealing with the loss of a loved one found solace at Camp BraveHeart, Home & Hospice Care of Rhode Island’s summer camp program designed to help kids cope with grief, held recently at Camp … more
CAPITAL SUPPORT: The Amica Companies Foundation …
Girls Scouts of Southeastern New England (GSSNE) received a $75,000 donation from Amica Companies Foundation during a check presentation held recently at GSSNE’s new headquarters in Warwick. The … more
PUMPKIN PAINTING: A young girl concentrates on …
Artists’ Exchange and Gateways to Change Inc. are pleased to announce the seventh annual Fall Out of Summer Arts Festival to be held on Sunday, Sept. 21 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the lots … more
DANTE RODRIGUES
The Don Rodrigues Karate Academy occupies half of a non-descript one-story building, tucked away off Airport Road, where the planes fly so low you feel like you could touch them. The Rodrigues … more
CLASSIC CHEFS: Anthony Budway Sr., who has …
Rhode Island’s Lebanese community did more than put its best foot – and fantastic food – forward last weekend in Cranston. For starters, if what went on in Knightsville during the revived … more
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