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The Robo Raiders robotics team at Gorton Junior High School is preparing for the Rhode Island Students of the Future FIRST LEGO League Robotics State Championship competition this Saturday in the … more
DO YOUR DANCE: A variety of musicians took the …
Created in Ohio and modified in Chile, the D.Y.D., or “Do YOUR Dance,” movement reached Rhode Island on Jan. 10 as a slew of performers took the stage at Olive’s in Providence to … more
PRODUCING AN EPIC PERFORMANCE: Carla Molina, …
A show whose very title echoes the sage advice of mothers everywhere is coming to Providence this weekend, just in time for Mother’s Day, for the second year in a row. Listen to Your Mother … more
Care New England Cardiovascular Care along with the Brigham and Women’s Cardiovascular Associates at Care New England, will offer a free educational forum open to the community on Thursday from 5 … more
Tri-City Elks Pig Roast with all the fixins Aug. 23. Tickets are $20. Please get your tickets early at the lounge bar before Aug. 19. Tickets will not be sold at the door. Yard Sale/Craft Fair … more
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently released national survey results that show Rhode Island now has the second lowest youth smoking rate in the country. The results come … more
With the new year comes the opportunity for students from Cranston’s high schools and those in nearby communities to apply for acceptance into one of the Cranston Area Career and Technical … more
COVER GIRL: Ashley Gouveia, a Toll Gate senior, …
The natural beauty that blossomed during last Sunday’s fabulous spring day was reflected in the look and smiles of the young Warwick women who participated in Happyness Blooms’ Fairy Godmother … more
Even though the Accelerated Learning Activities Program (ALAP) was cut from the school budget, the ALAP PTA has banded together to provide the students from the program one last special event, known … more
LOOKING TO MAKE IT BALANCE: Chief of staff Mark …
Mayor Scott Avedisian announced yesterday he has accepted the $288.8 million budget as enacted by the City Council.  Avedisian has previously vetoed the budget amendments that were made by the … more
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