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Photographer Laura Kilgus of Warwick wanted to feel a connection with her nephew Tommy, who lives in Buffalo, New York. Because Tommy, now 5, has Down syndrome, Kilgus reached out to the Down … more
L.L. Bean plans to expand to Rhode Island with a 17,000-square-foot store in Garden City Center. The store, which will replace the now-closed OfficeMax at the southern end of the shopping center, … more
By KELCY DOLAN During her junior year of high school at Vets, Angela “Angie” Marcks wasn’t sure what her future plans were. She was good at track and thought, maybe, she would become a gym … more
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A group of Pit Bull Plunge participants dances to get warm after retreating from the icy waters. They are, from left, Scott Henshaw, Mark Ready, Ann Marie Rakovic, Jen Saker and Kerri Lopes, who made … more
Even Jonathan Stone, executive director of Save The Bay, confessed it is a hard sell, but the environmental advocacy group has called on the governor to increase funding to the Department of … more
“When you have the choice to be right or to be kind, always pick kind.” Although that quote comes from internationally renowned motivational speaker Dr. Wayne Dyer, it also serves as Natalie … more
The mood was jovial, and for a good reason. Everyone invited to play in the holiday backjack for charity tournament hosted Tuesday afternoon at Twin River Casino was going to be a … more
The Rhode Island school community is hanging its head low after Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education Ken Wagner released the PARCC test results Tuesday afternoon. The Partnership for … more
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