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EXPLORING THE OPTIONS: Former Governor Lincoln …
A day after his surprise announcement he is weighing a run for president, Lincoln Chafee said the genesis of this next step in his life came during a drive to Maine with his wife Stephanie in the … more
SUPER PLUNGERS: The members of the “Super …
Imagine diving into the freezing waters of Narragansett Bay. Then imagine repeating that plunge 24 times over the course of 24 hours. From Feb. 28 to March 1, Cranston Police Officer Eric Leclerc … more
PAINFUL MEMORIES: Bruce Cain of Oakland Beach …
“This is going to be the year.” Those were the words of Governor Gina Raimondo Sunday afternoon as she spoke at Warwick City Hall. It was the message many in the audience wanted to hear. It … more
MEETING NEW PEOPLE ALL THE TIME: Hendricken …
China is the new frontier for Bishop Hendricken High School. In the last seven years the all-boys school has seen its Chinese student enrollment grow from zero to 35. By this fall, Vice Principal … more
TOPS: Nick Berg was awarded 1st Grant for his …
The excitement and energy at the 2015 Rhode Island Science and Engineering Fair (RISEF) held last weekend at the Community College of Rhode Island in Warwick rivaled some of the … more
ANGEL: An improvised memorial adorns the gate to …
The 100 people who lost their lives in The Station nightclub fire on Feb. 20, 2003 will be remembered in a ceremony this Sunday starting at 1 p.m. at West Warwick High School on Webster Knight … more
HOUSE OF HOPE: Jean Johnson, executive director …
On Tuesday afternoon, top state and union leaders gathered at Harrington Hall in Cranston in support of the “Zero: 2016” campaign aimed at ending chronic and veterans’ homelessness throughout … more
MAN OF THE YEAR: Joseph R. DeSantis, CEO of …
The Verrazzano Day Observance Committee, comprised of members from the Order Sons of Italy in America (Grand Lodge of Rhode Island) and Italian American War Veterans of the United States (Rhode … more
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The familiar “wave” will soon be phased out on Rhode Islanders’ license plates. But some state leaders hope another is on the way. Gov. Gina Raimondo, as part of her budget plan for the … more
On March 21, Traditional Martial Arts RI, located at 1099 Park Ave., held a very special board breaking session, dubbed “Board Fest for MS.” Students had spent the last six weeks selling martial … more
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