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More than 350 turned out Sunday for the second …
There were doughboys, but it was really the dough to help two boys that brought the people out Sunday to Oakland Beach. More than 350 braved a stiff offshore breeze to help Andrew Martin, 14, and … more
DECATHLON MEDALISTS: Four Bishop Hendricken …
Last week, the Academic Decathlon Team from Bishop Hendricken High School doubled the amount of medals the school had ever received at the national level, taking home seven medals from the national … more
CHEERING MIM: Guests at the 25th anniversray …
“House of Hope puts marriages back together, families back together, they put people back to work. They save lives,” former governor Philip Noel said at the House of Hope’s 25th Anniversary … more
RIGHT INTO IT: Rene Mello and David Worthen had …
Trudeau Center clients got to go on an island vacation Tuesday without ever having to leave the center in Apponaug. Stops along the way included Hawaii, Jamaica, Cape Verde and Ireland, thanks to the … more
PERFECT DAY: Conditions were ideal for …
Idyllic early spring weather greeted scores of volunteers Saturday as the Edgewood Waterfront Preservation Association (EWPA) and Save the Bay hosted the annual cleanup at Stillhouse Cove in … more
VALUABLE DONATION: Judy Earle of the Elizabeth …
The Verizon Wireless store on Bald Hill Road has a brand new look. The store celebrated a grand opening as Rhode Island’s first Verizon “Smart Store” on Thursday, promoting a more interactive … more
NOT MUCH ROOM: The Tidewater Drive bridge at high …
When George Shuster learned from his wife Stephanie that contractors and the director of public works were meeting last week at the Mill Creek Bridge on Tidewater Drive, he saw red. For the past … more
It was stop and little go for Apponaug Village traffic yesterday as sections of Post Road undergoing excavation for the $30 million village circulator project were transformed into muddy lakes. Here, … more
Kent Hospital is partnering with the Rotary Club of Warwick to host a traditional May Breakfast Friday, May 2 from 6:30 to 10 a.m. at the hospital. Proceeds will benefit Rotary charities. Kent … more
ON STAGE: Commencement grand marshal Deborah …
“CCRI is a unique institution in that it takes all comers, problems and all. It says no matter what you may have been through, there is a home for you,” student speaker Chad MacFarlane said in … more
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