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Richard Nelson loves Corvettes. He is fittingly on the board of directors of the Corvette Club of Rhode Island, a club he’s been a member of since its infancy in 1964. “We’re very proud of … more
Sue Rotella was looking forward to doing some shopping as she stood in line to check out the new T.J. Maxx in Chapel View on Sept. 8. “I love T.J. Maxx,” she said. “They have the best … more
OUTSTANDING WARRANT A driver who crossed the fog line several times on Oakland Beach Avenue was cited for driving with a suspended license and arrested for an outstanding warrant. Officer Alfred Silva was on routine patrol in the Oakland Beach area more
Conimicut Point guardians Charlie and Sam, the Great Pyrenees companions of Gail Trapper, have become Conimicut Point mascots ever since Gail moved to the neighborhood about a year ago. The breed was trained as rescue and livestock guardian dogs in the more
Volunteers are needed to support a Team Depot project at YWCA Rhode Island's Gateway to Independence Transitional Housing Facility on September 15 and 16. A variety of hands-on volunteer opportunities (painting, flooring, etc.) will be available for more
Coldwell Banker Real Estate's 2016 Home Listing Report, which ranks the affordability of nine real estate markets in Rhode Island names East Greenwich the most expensive market in the state, with an average listing price of $507,663, while Providence more
To the Editor: Sean Rainey (D) is running as a candidate to represent Ward 2 on the Warwick City Council. Sean has been actively going out and meeting the people he hopes to represent after Election Day. An employee of Cox Communications and former more
Back from conference Shirley Mello (left) and Peggy Porter, members of Circle 423 Daughters of Isabella that meets at St. Benedict Church, recently attended the charity's International Convention Banquet in Las Vegas. Porter said she gained many more
Doug Ray set a record Saturday. He became the fifth blood donor in the state to surpass donations exceeding 100 gallons. Actually, Ray didn't make it a goal to reach 100 gallons and, in fact, for an extended period he wasn't keeping count, more
This is a transcript of the remarks Judy Cobden made at the 9/11 observance held Sunday at the 9/11 memorial in Oakland Beach. I am honored to be asked to speak today. My name is Judy Cobden, I was born and raised in this city. Yes, I am a more
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