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Alison Mae (Wright) Gillette was born in Providence, Rhode Island June 26, 1943 to Vivian L. (Mitchell) and James T. Wright and died June 4, 2017. She was the first of three daughters. Alison … more
Dorothy H. (D’Ambra) Rossi, 90, of Cranston, died on May 23, 2017. She was the wife of the late Hugh F. Rossi. Born in Providence, a daughter of the late Frank and Leontina (DelBuono) … more
W. Peter Pemberton, 83 of Warwick, passed away peacefully on Monday, May 29, 2017. He is survived by his devoted, long-time partner Carole W. Satmary. He was the loving father of Holly S. Pemberton … more
Anthony C. Cunha Jr., 82, of Wriston Ave., passed away at Kent Hospital surrounded by his loving family on Tuesday, May 30, 2017. He was the husband of Patricia M. (O’Brien) Cunha. They would have … more
Rhode Island Students of the Future is offering a professional development course for teachers, informal educators and parents interested in using the LEGO EV3 robotics system to engage children in science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM). more
Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) has announced that longtime banking professional Karen Seippel joins the bank as the Branch Manager, Assistant Vice President of its Centerville Road branch in Warwick. Seippel comes to BankRI from Citizens Bank, having served more
Golden anniversary Ireland's 32" Society celebrated their 50th anniversary Sunday at the RI Shrinerrs Imperial Room in Pawtuxet with 146 in attendance. The club that meets monthly from September to June at Patrick's Pub in Providence hosts annual St." more
To the Editor: This past week the Rhode Island National Guard was mentioned twice in the Providence Journal. The subject was the same but the contributors were on opposite sides of the fence. The news story told of individuals from the National Guard more
Open letter to Senator Reed: There is absolutely nothing wrong with reasonable efforts to protect the environment of the United States and to encourage other countries to do the same. However it is nothing but a fool's errand to expect that our actions more
Dear Graduating Seniors, I preface these comments by offering you the greatest respect. The accolades, soon to be bestowed, for graduating 12 years of schooling, should bring a sense of pride to those who revel in your success. Before being handed a more
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