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Mayor Allan Fung expressed his “concern” about President Donald Trump’s latest executive order on Sunday night, releasing a statement that said the ban could have “unintended … more
By TESSA ROY Nicolle Potvin said she can't even describe all the things she lost during a six-year battle with anorexia, but today, the Pilgrim alum is finding positive ways to gain from the experience by ensuring that others like her know how to get the more
What's it like inside? As part of Fire Chief James McLaughlin's ongoing campaign to give residents a peek inside their neighborhood fire station, meet the crew and let the kids climb aboard a fire truck, an open house was held Saturday at Station 4 at more
Several years ago, Barnes & Noble in Rhode Island created the My Favorite Teacher Contest, a program to provide students an opportunity to voice their appreciation and recognize a teacher who has had positive impact on them - either personally or more
Gift of mobility Mobility Equipment Recyclers of New England, located in North Kingstown, once again gave the Gift of Mobility to three needy individuals this holiday season. Throughout the month of December, the environmentally-friendly company accepted more
By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Scott Avedisian is moving ahead with the plan to close the Buttonwoods Community Center on March 1 even though the City Council has a resolution under consideration to keep the former school open and some seniors who use the facility more
Philip P. Freshman, president of Alpha Electrical Contractors, Inc., located in East Providence, has been elected chairman of the Rhode Island Chapter of Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC-RI). Assuming the role of chair-elect is Anne Powers, owner more
By SOPHIE HAGEN A clinical research site in Warwick is testing a drug that may be the first pharmaceutical treatment for autism beyond intense antipsychotics. The trial is currently taking place at Omega Medical Research on Bald Hill Road near Warwick more
The history of shellfishing in the Ocean State is the subject of a talk by Sarah Schumann, author of Rhode Island's Shellfish Heritage: An Ecological History, at Warwick Public Library on Wednesday, February 8 at 7 p.m. She will talk about the decline of more
More than 600 guests are expected to wear red and celebrate the Go Red For Women movement at the Southern New England Go Red For Women Luncheon chaired by Melissa Cummings from Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island on February 17 at the Rhode Island more
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