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WET GETAWAY Officer Ryan Lancaster responded to the Rhode Island Mall Sears on April 26 at 5:32 p.m. for a report of a shoplifting in progress. While enroute, he was advised by dispatch that the store's loss prevention team were chasing the suspect more
Undercover kindness [Photo gallery]
The Executives Association of Rhode Island presented donations and clothing for the second year to Project Undercover, a non-profit organization supporting children living in poverty in the Ocean … more
Deck the lights [Photo gallery]
Members of the Conimicut Village Association were out in full force this Saturday trimming the tree in Donovan Park for Friday evening’s tree lighting ceremony at 6:30 and wiring lighted wreaths to … more
It’s an annual tradition, and a sure sign that summer is fast approaching. It’s the Walking Tour of Historic Pawtuxet Village, hosted by the E.T. Wyman PTA and presented by the students of Wyman, … more
By JEN COWART More than 70 students from public and private schools all around the state and nearby Massachusetts are involved in this year's Summer Stage theater production at Bishop Hendricken High School. A full cast and crew are performing Stephen more
Brenda and Raymond “Chip” Bolster were recognized with the Outstanding Philanthropic Citizen Award given each year to an individual or family that exhibits a spirit of exceptional generosity and … more
By JACOB MARROCCO Despite a little humidity, it was a perfect day for a milestone. Attorney General Peter Kilmartin and about a dozen staff members came down to the site of his office's new Customer Service Center on 4 Howard Ave. in Cranston to more
Trio of stars [Photo gallery]
Three Winman Junior High students were recently named to the to the 2013 Junior All-State Orchestra. They will perform in concert in March at Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium. Pictured from left are: … more
BY ETHAN HARTLEY -- Are you a high school or college student? Are you looking to get into a career in politics? Maybe you hate politics, but want to gain a better understanding of how it functions? more
By JACOB MARROCCO The Michael A. Traficante Enrichment Center is getting ready to light the torch. New Executive Director Jeffrey Barone and his team are in the final stages of preparation as the 22nd Annual Senior Games are set to begin on Sept. 23 at more
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