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Pattie-Ann Cole, 58, died Monday, November 6, 2017. She was the beloved wife of Robert H. Cole. Born in Providence, a daughter of the late John and Pat (Fenton) McDougall. She has been a … more
By THOMAS GREENBERG -- When life gives you cheap airline tickets, you turn it into a 22-day trip around the world that'll provide memories to last a lifetime. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Attractive fares; numerous direct flights to destinations across the country and to foreign locations; convenience and a welcoming environment once people arrive in Warwick are Green Airport … more
By JOE KERNAN -- The Rhode Island Aviation Hall of Fame (RIAHF) usually has no trouble locating people to accept awards at their annual induction ceremonies. For a descendant of Samuel Gorton, though, it has been problematic. more
Mike and Gel’s Pizza in Buttonwoods offers a new option for people in the area to get their fix, including a hot wiener pizza “all the way.” Here, Angelica “Gel” Penta (left) stands behind … more
By THOMAS GREENBERG One of the only handicap-accessible playgrounds in Rhode Island will be officially unveiled in a ribbon-cutting ceremony this Saturday. The Jaxon Marocco Memorial playground, located at the John Chafee Sports and Recreation Complex on more
More than 200 Boy Scout Packs and Troops from across Southern New England participated in this year’s Scouting for Food drive collecting 215,000 pounds of canned goods from families and … more
Women’s Resource Center (WRC), a domestic violence intervention and prevention services nonprofit organization with offices in Newport and Warren, recently honored their Newport County “Wild … more
By RYAN CHAMPLIN Death is a part of life. Grief always follows, but no one ever deals with it the same. When 25-year-old Jon Wish's mother, Francesca, passed away last year, he resolved to use his grief to fuel something positive. I could sit around and" more
The positive energy seemed to electrify the air at Tuesday night's open house for the new Boys & Girls Club of Warwick at the former Lloyd Cooper Army Reserve Headquarters building on Sandy Lane. What was once an empty shell with a degrading exterior and more
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