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To the Editor: Once again Memorial Day has come and gone, leaving behind a hint of fading pseudo patriotism that will soon fade quickly into disinterest and apathy. Once the parades have ended and the various festivities have been blown away the more
By THOMAS GREENBERG When you hear the story of Johnny Ryan Jr., a graduate of the class of 2000 at Cranston West, you'll probably think it's just another crazy - and lucky - Hollywood success story. But for Ryan, his plight to being a highly successful more
Ernest Holden Chilvers passed peacefully at home on June 2, 2018. He went to join his parents: Ernest S. Chilvers and Sarah (Holden); his son: Seth; and wife: Nancy (Smith). He graduated from … more
Alfred Esposito, 87, died Thursday, May 31, 2018. He was the son of the late Alfred and Rosina (Calise) Esposito. Alfred was formerly employed for Esposito Jewelry. He was an avid poker player … more
Cheryl A. Allen, 60, passed away Saturday, June 2, 2018. She was a daughter of Floralea McElroy and the beloved mother of Kendra L. Lavoie. She also leaves her brother Steven Wilding and his wife … more
It was music to the ears of dog lovers from all over the region, as a bell was rung each time a dog was adopted by its new family at the 12th annual Super Dog Adoption Day event held Sunday at Balise Toyota on Post Road more
Need a little garden inspiration? The University of Rhode Island Master Gardeners have just what you're looking for. Gardeners from throughout the region are invited to attend Project Open House, a showcase of 20 demonstration gardens in all corners of more
Midnight rides can be the worst and, then again, they can be the best. Actually Ted and I got on the road while it was still light, but we knew this was going to be a long haul and it wouldn't be until the early morning hours that we'd reach our more
By THERESA BROWN In addition to working day jobs at National Grid and in the marketing field, husband and wife Nicholas and Krystal Furney can often be found cruising the streets in their custom vintage flower shop on wheels. The Furneys of Warwick, own more
With a Federal Supreme Court ruling coming down in May, the state is officially headed into uncharted waters, but we will luckily have some fellow states testing the currents before we plunge our own raft down the rapids of legal sports gambling. The more
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