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Under usual circumstances, the 100th day of school would have been celebrated last Monday, but then this hasn’t been the average winter. Snow days pushed the observance off until Friday. John Brown … more
LODGE LEADERS: This is the new leadership team, …
“Tri-City is an excellent example of what can be done with good leadership,” Maurice Berube, District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler of the Rhode Island Elks, told a standing room only crowd Sunday … more
MACKIE
How could this happen? That was the question James Moranto wanted answered when he visited the Buttonwoods Community Center Tuesday afternoon for an appointment with a commercial property … more
POSTED: Because of high counts of bacteria, …
The Rhode Island Department of Health found high counts of bacteria at City Park and Conimicut Point beaches late last week, and has deemed the beaches unsuitable for swimming until further … more
BOB CAMPBELL
Bob Campbell drove trucks for 30 years when he was suddenly laid off last September. Today he calls his dismissal a “blessing in disguise.” Bob could finally earn his GED at Westbay Adult … more
The retreating tide, the shallow waters of Brushneck Cove and a crystal clear summer day made for some fun discoveries this past Tuesday. The swimming was pretty good, too. more
GREEN GARDENERS: Among the Trudeau Center …
Neighbor helping neighbor. That could easily be the title for a recently-formed partnership between the J. Arthur Trudeau Memorial Center at 3445 Post Road and SquadLocker at 240 Bald Hill Road. … more
IT ONCE WAS GREEN: Retired teacher Cheryl Cotter, …
Rain showers couldn’t interrupt a learning experience, along with a few puddle splashes for pre-schoolers from The Learning Garden yesterday at Morris Farms. The children were thrilled to … more
On the second Tuesday of each month from 6-7:30 p.m., Sargent Rehabilitation Center, 800 Quaker Lane, Warwick, holds an aphasia conversation group. This group provides a supportive meeting place for … more
The Journalism Education Foundation of New England, a division of the New England Newspaper & Press Association, will award a number of $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors and college students … more
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