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April was the month where millions worldwide celebrated Earth Day, and here in Rhode Island, two local businesses joined forces in honor of Mother Nature. Raffa Yoga of Cranston and Balise Toyota of … more
New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) will hold an Open House to showcase its Master of Science degree program in Information Technology (MSIT) on Thursday, May 9 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the … more
They named me after a ‘turbulent troublemaker’ I am more than steaming knowledge encased in red bricks With a pulsing heart where you slid down white hills Arms raised in jubilation … more
The “Rocky Point lobsta” gives fishing a try.
Members of the Saltwater Anglers Association and the Rocky Point Foundation found plenty of takers as they offered people the opportunity to reel in items tethered to floating bottles offshore from … more
There was no escaping the juxtaposition of a beautiful spring day and a yard overflowing with a seemingly endless collection of items in stages of decay. The yard on Union Avenue is the property … more
Letter carriers across the country will canvas the streets on Saturday for the 21st annual nationwide food drive, “Stamp Out Hunger.” Since 1993, the National Association of Letter Carriers, … more
Shown at a recent dressed down Friday from left …
To show support for those affected by the terrible events in Boston on April 15, Wave Federal Credit Union will collect donations for the One Fund Boston, Inc. Donations can be made to the Fund at … more
The New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) held commencement on Sunday at the Rhode Island Convention Center, but it was more than just a standard graduation. On hand to give the commencement … more
GETTING OUT THE WORD: Gov. Lincoln Chafee, with …
John Currier casts the image of authority from a bygone era, with his high boots, tailed coat with epaulets, braid and brass buttons and his sword swaying from his belt. And it’s not all show. … more
APPEAL TO SAVE SCHOOL: Gorton Student Council …
Superintendent Richard D’Agostino made the case Thursday: Money spent to keep the city’s three junior high schools operating at about 50 percent capacity would be better spent if Gorton closed … more
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