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Boston Red Sox baseball legend David Ortiz will deliver New England Tech’s commencement address on Sunday, April 30, 2017. Ortiz, affectionately known as “Big Papi,” is one of the most … more
By JOHN HOWELL Now that the Fair Street mansion built in 1830 has been restored and renovated to provide 10 chronically homeless people with permanent apartments, the units need some love and attention before they can be called home. That was evident more
Warwick musicologist Lloyd Kaplan will give a two-part presentation on the Origin and Legacy of the Recorded Blues on Tuesdays, April 25 and May 2 at 7 p.m. at the Warwick Public Library. On April 25, he will speak about how the blues became popular, who more
The RI Realtors Professional Development Center, Rhode Island's real estate school, is offering a 45-hour class designed to successfully prepare an individual to take the Rhode Island Real Estate Salesperson's examination. The class will be held at the more
He can catch 'em Ronald Tabele III was one of two winners in the kids' division of the opening day fishing tournament sponsored by the Tackle Box on West Shore Road. Ron caught a one-pound rainbow trout at Carolina Trout Pond. Andrew Welsh was also a more
Anthony M. Secreto has been promoted to the rank of staff sergeant in the U.S. Air Force Reserve. Secreto is currently serving as Administration with the 439th Operations Support Squadron, Westover Air Reserve Base, Mass. He has served in the military more
Earth Day redux Volunteers including Norwood students and their parents, Councilman Jeremy Rix, Rep. David Bennett, Principal John Gannon and Dan Elliott, who brought along equipment from his landscaping business, rallied in Saturday's rain to clean up more
Making strides West Bay Residential Services, which serves 137 individuals, held its second annual Strides for Independence Walkathon Sunday at Goddard Park. The 1K/5K walkathon saw more than 400 people turn out to raise funds to purchase assistive more
The American Cancer Society (ACS) is looking for volunteers in Rhode Island for its Look Good Feel Better program, a workshop that helps cancer patients regain their confidence and self-esteem often affected by the physical changes caused by cancer more
There's still time Thought you missed the deadline for the Conimicut Spring Fling dinner, music and dancing this Saturday? Well, guess again. Village association president Ginny Barham says tickets at $24 are still available. Sales won't be made at the more
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