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With 40 years in state government under his belt, including 29 years at Elderly Affairs, Larry Grimaldi begins to move into his next stage of life, publicly announcing his retirement as of Feb. … more
GRADES FIVE TO EIGHT: The students at the middle …
With this year’s 30th annual Manhattan at the Bay right around the corner, the performers in this year’s Cabaret are excitedly preparing for their performance, appropriately titled, “Tradition: … more
General Treasurer Gina M. Raimondo has put her stamp of approval on legislation that would increase funding and improve the Crime Victims Compensation Program for victims of violent crimes. … more
Monday evening saw Cranston Democrats gathered at 39 West to welcome Governor Lincoln Chafee as a new member of the Democratic Party. Democratic City Committee Chairman Michael Sepe introduced … more
CLEANUP CREW: The Daphilanthropies (from left) …
This past Saturday, Warwick Historical Cemetery #30 was found once more, with the help of the Warwick Historical Cemetery Commission, a group of eager girls who call themselves Daphilanthropies, and … more
Pamela A. Greene, ’90, and Meredith Strokes Calcagni, ’04, both Warwick residents, will serve on the board of Providence College’s National Alumni Association Board of Governors for 2013-14. … more
With its 2-0 victory over Maine-Farmington on Sunday afternoon, Castleton State College did something that hadn’t been achieved since 2010, earn the NAC regular season crown. Hendricken product … more
The Friends of Pawtuxet Village, along with the Pawtuxet Village Merchants Association, will sponsor the annual Pawtuxet Village Holiday Stroll Saturday, Dec. 14 with events scheduled throughout the … more
STORY OF SURVIVAL: During Monday’s launch of …
Yesterday, the Rhode Island Blood Center and Dunkin Donuts kicked off National Blood Donor month and their “Give a Pint, Get A Pound Campaign” with an event at the Dunkin Donuts in Hoxsie, … more
KEEP UP THE GOOD DEEDS: Principal Jeff Taylor and …
Recently, Alan Shawn Feinstein stopped by Gorton Junior High School to remind students that even though they are no longer in elementary school, they are still Feinstein Junior Scholars. “Every … more
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