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A pair of outstanding Rhode Island collections - one of gorgeous Tiffany pieces pulled from a home in Providence and the other the modern prints collection of Lucille Comes out of Warwick, all purchased from Multiple Impressions in New York - will be more
The Rhode Island Community Food Bank and the Jacques Pepin Foundation joined together for a special event June 7 that raised more than $195,000 to provide culinary job training opportunities for unemployed and underemployed adults. These funds will more
By PEDER SCHAEFER Rhode Island Medical Imaging (RIMI) is celebrating their 75th anniversary this year, a milestone that coincides with the planned relocation of their administrative offices from East Providence to Warwick this coming summer. We are" more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Over 100 parents, teachers, teaching assistants and PTO members have joined to form a petition trying to save the job of Kenneth Rassler, who has been the principal of Greenwood Elementary School for the last three years and has been in more
By PEDER S. SCHAEFER The bill that proposes to change the name of T.F. Green Airport to Rhode Island International Airport had liftoff Tuesday afternoon in the State House, after the House Committee on Corporations voted 7-2, with one abstention, to move more
Learn how to use your iPhone to take exceptional photos with photographer Keith Jochim at Warwick Public Library on Wednesdays, July 11, 18 and 25 at 7 p.m. Explore what makes a photo outstanding. Discover strategies for creating your own extraordinary more
By JOHN HOWELL With graduation having been just a week earlier in some cases and the lure of summer vacation, one would imagine most students aren't in a rush to get back to class. That wasn't the case Tuesday at the first of two Rhode Island Promise more
Greenwood Elementary sent more than 150 letters and cards to members of the Rhode Island Army National Guard during “operation valentine.” Not expecting a response, they were surprised to see … more
By JOHN HOWELL Former Mayor Scott Avedisian had a goal going into Tuesday's reception, and he was pleased to report to the more than 150 people in attendance that they had made it happen. Avedisian reported that more than $25,000 was raised in more
By JENSEN COPPA There were 1,377 reported cases of elderly abuse in 2017 in Rhode Island, and Saint Elizabeth Haven for Elder Justice wants to change those numbers for the better. True peace is not barely the absence of tension, it is the presence of more
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