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The American Cancer Society, in collaboration with hospitals across Rhode Island, is currently seeking individuals interested in volunteering as a Cancer Resource Volunteer at Providence hospitals, … more
The Warwick Rotary recently welcomed the Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project for an informative presentation at their weekly luncheon meeting at Chelo’s on Post Road. Members of the … more
BIG WIN: From left, Heidi Klum, Mat Franco and …
America has learned that Johnston’s got talent. University of Rhode Island graduate and Johnston native Mat Franco was crowned the season nine winner of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” on … more
STUDENT FARMERS: St. Peter School sixth graders …
Take a grant from Whole Foods; add some free seeds from URI; mix in a lot of student enthusiasm; have science teacher Sue Unger guide the process and young minds will blossom while area soup kitchens … more
Cranston Police are working to identify a man who used stolen credit and debit cards at several local establishments. According to police, a wallet was stolen from a parked vehicle on Tulip Drive … more
CITY PARK BREAKS At least four vehicles were broken into or vandalized in City Park between Sept. 19 and 20. A 46-year-old Urban Avenue woman said she went running in the park on Sept. 19 and … more
TIME TO BURY IT: Michael Archetto and CCRI …
CCRI President Ray Di Pasquale called for a moment of silence yesterday afternoon. It seemed only appropriate as more than 100 faculty members, students and friends of the college gathered around … more
With one week of league play in the books, the RI football landscape is starting to take shape. We've got Warwick, Cranston and Johnston covered as the season hits high gear. Click the link below to … more
Four high school students were driving down Arnold’s Neck Road when a truck rounded the curve near the railroad trestle over Apponaug Cove. The truck, carrying a hazardous cargo of bottled … more
"There is a growing need in our region for …
By next year at this time, Hendricken won’t be just a high school. The school will also have an eighth-grade class numbering 40 to 45 students. And the students won’t be the average … more
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