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The following students achieved high honors or honors for the First quarter of 2014-2015 school year at Gorton Junior High School.  GRADE 8 High Honors: Olivia Ahlborg, Sydney Blair, Jake … more
HONORING KATIE: John DeCubellis speaks about his …
It was a somber occasion last week as the Cranston High School West Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) club, along with the West community, welcomed the Mothers Against Drunk Driving … more
Barnes & Noble Warwick will host local Rhode Island teen author Sean Fay Wolfe for a book signing for his book, Quest for Justice: A Minecraft Novel - Book One of the Elementia Chronicles Sunday, … more
Bonniedale Farm in North Scituate offers dog and cat food at no cost to struggling pet owners, hoping to provide for the animals while easing the burden on community members facing tough times. Those … more
FAMILY OPERATION: Mike MacDonald, center, who …
To say that the Cranston Sports Collectors Show is a rare breed would be an understatement of huge proportions. For starters, the annual show – held each year on the day before the Super Bowl … more
Fifteen volunteers braved the 20-degree weather to join the Warwick Historical Cemetery Commission’s annual fall cleanup of Brayton Cemetery. The cleanup was held on Nov. 22 and volunteers spent … more
During this busy holiday season of shopping and decorating, it can be easy to overlook the fact that many people are struggling to adequately feed themselves and their family. Ocean State Job Lot, … more
For many in our communities, the ability to put food on the table is a daily struggle. To help ease this hardship, Pawtucket Credit Union (PCU) recently donated a total of $10,000 to the following … more
Aldrich Junior High School students collected more than 100 coats for Westbay Community Action in a drive run by the student council. Here, student council members (from left) Molly Daniels, Alyssa … more
A BIG STEP: Holding the family Bible to be used …
Snow frosted her hair and flecked her red wool jacket. The state’s first female governor rubbed her hands. With enthusiasm belying the chill of the day, Gina M. Raimondo, 43, looked out from the … more
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