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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
FUTURE APARTMENTS: The Fair Street house awaits a …
Driving down Fair Street in Pawtuxet, it is easy to see the property at 69 Fair St. is run down. In fact, the home once known as Fair Mansion is in a condition that makes it uninhabitable, but House … more
Paul Cronin, senior vice president, Atrion Networking Corporation, Inc., Warwick, has been named to the board of CompTIA based in Downers Grove, Ill., the non-profit association for the information … more
ODEUM: An interview series, “Live at the Odeum …
To help revitalize The Greenwich Odeum, which reopened at 59 Main Street in East Greenwich in January for the first time since 2007 after undergoing extensive fire code updates, WPRO radio … more
Kent Hospital has added two state-of-the-art multi-slice CAT Scan (CT) machines to its Diagnostic Imaging Department. The scanners, manufactured by Siemens Medical Solutions USA, maximize … more
BLOGGING MOMMY: Warwick resident and mommy …
“I look at it almost like a quilt: each individual square can be so beautiful on its own, but when you step back from looking at it, you see that the whole picture is equally as dramatic.” … more
Kathy McKeon (second left) is recognized for her …
The Johnston Senior Center (JSC) was like a Who’s Who in Rhode Island government last Thursday morning. Per an invitation from Mayor Joseph Polisena, Lt. Gov. Elizabeth Roberts, Secretary of … more
Warwick author Les Rolston will be signing copies of his Civil War books “Lost Soul,” “Long Time Gone” and “Home Of The Brave” at Symposium Books, 247 Main Street, East Greenwich, on May … more
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