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Although the number of residential mortgage foreclosure deeds filed statewide in 2013 totaled 1,468 – a 10.2 percent decrease from the previous year – the state’s economy continues to falter, … more
READYING THE BIKES: Justin Mather, Nate March, …
The Toll Gate High School Class of 2014 began their efforts to collect 50 bikes to send to the Boston-based, non-profit Bikes Not Bombs in October; last week their project ended with more than 150 … more
AN EMOTIONAL EXPERIENCE: WWII veteran Donald …
Donald Thornton was still in awe Sunday. “The reception was overwhelming. Just thinking about it brings tears to my eyes,” he said. “We went into the airport, I couldn’t believe it. There … more
U.S. Navy Intelligence Specialist First Class (IS1) Brendan McKenna of Warwick, assigned to NATO Allied Maritime Command, was recently presented with his Naval Aviation Observer wings by Rear Adm. … more
How Four Corners in Apponaug would look when …
This could be stretching it, but think of the Village of Apponaug as a bookshelf. There are a lot of books of different sizes. Some have worn bindings, others look to be relatively new. A number … more
Montrell Hopper
Montrell Hopper, 19, of Providence, is considered armed and dangerous, according to updated information on the Rhode Island Most Wanted website. more
Sunrise at Rocky Point on the first weekend of …
So as to provide a broad view of park development across the country, the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) – with the assistance of the Rocky Point Foundation – will present the first in a … more
FUNG
Reiterating his support for a constitutional convention and citing a “dire need for fundamental reform,” Republican gubernatorial candidate and Cranston Mayor Allan Fung unveiled a six-point plan … more
PATRIOT SENDOFF: Pete Brock and Steve Grogan of …
Cheers went up as a convoy of tractor-trailers loaded with 600,000 pounds of food destined for the shelves of the region’s food banks pulled away from Ocean State Job Lot’s North Kingstown … more
A man carrying a black handgun entered the Dyer Avenue store, vaulted over the counter and took cigarettes, a laptop computer and an undisclosed amount of cash on March 25. more
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