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One-hundred and thirty-six children lined up Saturday morning at the Pilgrim Senior Center for Breakfast-and photos-with Santa. Braiden Sawyer, 3, and his mother Deanna Anthony, chat with elf Jessica … more
Judy Cobden grew up in Warwick. She attended Pilgrim, where she was a standout athlete playing softball, field hockey, and skating for the state's only girls' hockey team. She's traveled the world, and as an investigator for the American more
When the majority of the School Committee cut off public comment and walked out of a meeting last September to the protest of participants, Karen Bachus remained behind. She stayed to listen to … more
On Oct. 21, the Cranston Historical Society will again host its Charlie The Butler Ghost Party at 7 p.m. The cost is $15 per person, with proceeds to benefit the society. The event will be held at the Sprague Mansion in Cranston. The more
Components for the first of the Deepwater Wind turbines to be installed off Block Island made their way past Conimicut Point Light early Sunday. One vessel transported the tower for the turbine, … more
It's a "prep" rally [Photo gallery]
With state NECAP tests starting this week, the faculty at Randall Holden School “revved up” students to perform better than even with a preparation rally. Principal Kenneth Rassler, wearing his … more
An iconic archway to the past and future has finally been restored to its full glory. For decades, the 60 foot tall Rocky Point Arch has stood as a proud sentinel overlooking Narragansett Bay. One of 11 General Foods Peace Through" more
Insane Zane [Photo gallery]
No, actually Zane who was rescued from the animal shelter 12 years ago, stayed on dry land Tuesday as his master Mike Motulski took the Pit Bull Plunge with scores more at City Park Beach raising … more
To the Editor: I am standing on the deck of a sinking ship named Rhode Island, and though it is the strength of our people and of our hope that has so far kept her from foundering, a new weather pattern forming on the horizon may cause a wind to blow, more
By JOHN HOWELL It didn't look good. Louisa Chafee and her partner Bora Gulari had come this far. Winning the privilege to represent the USA in the Olympics held this summer in Rio de Janeiro hadn't been easy. It had taken months of training and racing. more
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