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By ROBERT HOUGHTALING America is a work in progress. As an idea, it is beautiful. Concepts like democracy, a free press, fair courts, and the ability to vote are things that other nations admire. In fact, people often dream to come here. With all of this more
Clam cakes, chowder and tasty baked treats along with bite-sized meatballs were enjoyed by an estimated 120 people who turned out Monday for the opening of the new Tides Restaurant at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center. The facility, an more
Holiday specialty Culinary arts students at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center put on a full court press Wednesday to bake 72 dozen zeppoles in celebration of St. Joseph's Day on March 19. In order to fill orders, the students whipped up 20 more
Rhode Islanders looking to become more involved in their community through volunteerism have an easy and convenient online option with new help from United Way of Rhode Island (UWRI). This winter, UWRI took on the management of the state's online more
Cornerstone Adult Services is offering a comprehensive Early Memory Loss Program designed to enhance the overall quality of life of people affected by early memory loss, and to help them develop skills to assist them in remaining independent. The course more
Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin announced on Tuesday his intent to file legislation that would make the requirements to purchase a long gun, which includes assault rifles, to be the same as the purchase of a handgun or pistol. Under current law, a more
It may be poor timing to pen this editorial in advance of what could be this winter's worst snow storm yet - less than a week from the first official day of spring, no less. However not all warm and fuzzy feelings are derived from weather, and the first more
To the Editor: These days I am afraid to turn on my computer or listen to the news to see what damage Trump has done. This morning we learned Mr. Trump, The Fish and Wildlife Service and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke have all decided in favor of funding" more
Seventy percent of jobs in Rhode Island require more training and education than a high school diploma alone, yet only 45 percent of Rhode Islanders have any type of college degree. As the states education more
The 59th annual West Warwick St. Patrick's Day Parade held Sunday was blessed with sunny and unusually warm weather and that was a relief for many marchers who have endured rain, snow and downright intolerable conditions to keep the tradition alive The more
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