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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
The Rhode Island Family Shelter will remember Jeff Gofton next week with a plaque presentation at the shelter on Beach Avenue in Conimicut. Gofton, who lived in Warwick for more than 60 years and … more
Steve Hinger of the Rotary Club of Warwick passes out dictionaries to third graders at Scott School. Hinger started the program to give all Warwick third graders a dictionary 14 years ago after … more
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Dr. Tony Houston, coordinator of the newly formed the Rhode Island Coalition of Reason, said this week the group’s campaign to bring awareness of non-theists is not timed to offend Christians or … more
It was known as the Coney Island of Rhode Island. It boasted the world’s largest shore dinner hall. The Flume and the Corkscrew were summertime rites of passage. Its clamcakes and chowder were a … more
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There’s going to be an election in January but, so far, there hasn’t been much of a campaign. That is, there hasn’t been much of a public campaign. As far as Ward 6 Councilwomen Donna Travis … more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are down another nine cents from last week and are on the verge of being at or below $3.00 per gallon for the first time since December of 2010, according to AAA … more
West Warwick Public Schools Mentor Program is looking for adults who love children, have life experiences to share and look to give back to the community for as little as one hour per week by … more
TERRIFIC TRADITION: Jimmy Rengigas and his wife …
There are many terrific traditions tied to the Cranston Greek Festival, which will begin its 29th running Friday and continue through Sunday on the Church of the Annunciation’s spacious grounds at … more
ON THE JOB: Carol Allen supervises as Adam …
Last week, Toll Gate High School special education teacher Carol Allen took her students to Jaswell’s Farm in Smithfield to learn how a farm works but also to go apple and pumpkin picking. Before … more
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