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Asking six Corvette Club of Rhode Island leaders why they love the classic car provokes a rush of passionate answers. “Because it’s sexy, that’s why. It’s one sexy, good looking car,” … more
Last week, two pit bulls broke free of their enclosure and attacked a Warwick man and his small dog on Titus Lane, resulting in Warwick Police Officer John Zaborski discharging his firearm to cease … more
Many people may be unaware of some of Rhode Island's most significant people: its farmers. The state has over 1,200 farms on more than 65,000 acres of farmland, which includes crops, pastures, … more
Each year, hundreds of parents are faced with the difficult task of finding the perfect preschool to nurture and educate their children. Looking can be burdensome, especially when there are so many … more
After retiring from a 32-year career with the United States Air Force Reserves, Senior Master Sergeant and Oakland Beach resident Mary Kinsey was looking for fun ways to stay active. During an … more
More than 2,000 Rhode Island volunteers are expected to help the world's largest marine litter cleanup this Saturday. more
In 45 years of farming, Vinny Confreda had never seen a spring like this. “This year we’re hoping to even be able to break even and pay the bills,” said Confreda, owner of Confreda Farm off … more
Turn back the clock more than 11 years and Arlene McNulty, then president of the Rhode Island Mentoring Partnership, was looking for a signature event that set mentoring apart from other non-profits … more
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