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In a release issued last week, Congressman Jim Langevin warned Rhode Islanders about the threat of scam artists this tax season. Langevin’s office has received multiple calls from constituents who … more
While World War II was largely fought overseas in Europe and the Pacific, there was another threat that lurked just off the water right here in New England. The Steamship Historical Society of … more
More than 36,000 people in 93 countries came together Jan. 29 to 31 to participate in the Global Game Jam, creating more than 6,800 gaming prototypes in only 48 hours. More than 70 of those … more
Barnes & Noble Warwick will host Dr. Daniel Korschun for a booksigning for his book We Are Market Basket: The Story of the Unlikely Grassroots Movement That Saved a Beloved Business on Wednesday, … more
Elizabeth Sarro has been named to the board of directors at LeadingAge RI, the professional organization representing not-for-profit nursing homes, assisted living facilities, senior housing … more
Career Pathways for the 21st Century, a free program offering career exploration and skills improvement for adults interested in training in one of the state’s high-demand sectors, will host three … more
As part of the recent Distinguished Visitors Day at St. Kevin School, Honorable Alice Gibney, Presiding Justice, RI Superior Court spoke with first and second grade students. Also visiting were Lt. … more
St. Gregory the Great Parish in Warwick continues its Adult Faith Formation series Tuesday, Feb. 23 in the church hall with “The Sacraments Explained.” The session will be held from 7 to 8 … more
The Community College of Rhode Island’s Center for Workforce and Community Education will hold a new series of workshops this month designed to help attendees navigate job-seeking and the … more
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