News
4744 results total, viewing 2911 - 2920
IN NEW HOME: Art restoration specialists Roy …
The grease from frying donuts and nicotine from the days when smoking in restaurants was commonplace is gone and now a scene of Apponaug from the early 1900s looks as bright as it did when painted … more
Rhode Island Department of Health (HEALTH) officials recommended this week re-opening City Park Beach for swimming. This recommendation is based on results from water samples that show bacteria … more
SUMMER STAGE: An audience numbering more than 200 …
The summer Jazz in the Park series came to a close last Friday, as the Baker Players performed a variety of skits and songs to an enthusiastic crowd at Pawtuxet Park. The series is one of several … more
The Community College of Rhode Island will celebrate Manufacturing Day, an annual event when North American manufacturers open their doors to highlight the potential of modern manufacturing and … more
Darlene Radcliffe-Dumont R.N., a clinical manager at Bayada Home Health Care, has been named the 2014 nurse of the year in Rhode Island by the National Association for home Care & Hospice (AHC & … more
LEADING THE WAY: Neil Stamps, who served as …
Neil M. Stamps, CEO of the Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England, wants everyone to know that the organization is about much more than just cookies and camping. During his first year in the … more
Residents are reminded that McDermott Pool will close on Monday for locker room renovations and the annual draining and painting of the pool itself.  Upgrades include new floor coating in the … more
Rhode Island, like other states, faces spending on corrections and health care that causes extra stress on already difficult state budgets. One option to address rising correctional costs, says … more
Washington, DC – On January 30, MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership and the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) recognized Coastway Community Bank for their outstanding … more
BROKEN BOAT Officer Evan Brent went to Custom Marine on Arnold’s Neck Road on Feb. 23 for a report of larcenies from a boat. The owner told him he arrived that day expecting to charge some … more
« Prev | 1 289 | 290 | 291 | 292 | 293 | 294 | 295 475 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.
Welcome to RIjobs.com
Copyright © 2015, Beacon Communications. Powered by: Creative Circle Advertising Solutions, Inc.