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Tropical beach? From the looks of it, Lauren and Brandon Palana found a tropical isle while kayaking. The truth is they were a short paddle away from Conimicut Point, where they launched Sunday afternoon. Their destination, a great place to enjoy the more
The Miriam Hospital has appointed G. Dean Roye, M.D., a veteran surgeon at the hospital, as senior vice president of medical affairs and chief medical officer, effective August 7. Roye joined Lifespan in 2000 as an attending surgeon for The Miriam and more
Reason to celebrate The staff at Avalon Nursing home are celebrating Clara Etchells' birthday. She turns 100 today. Clara was born to Domenico Salerno and Silva DiLoia as Clara Assunta Salerno in Providence. Of Italian descent, Clara is a devout more
Bishop Hendricken High School is currently accepting nominations for the Class of 2017 Hall of Fame. Nomination categories include arts, distinguished faculty, Hendricken legends, volunteer service, honorary alumnus, alumni service, and distinguished more
Rhode Islanders are invited to participate in a survey throughout the entire month of August to gauge statewide attitudes toward domestic violence. One hundred fifty dollars in cash prizes will be awarded each week, for a total of $600 in prizes. On more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- In celebration of the 375th anniversary of the founding of Warwick, the Warwick Commission on Historical Cemeteries presented a series of reports on some of Warwick's founders and most storied residents. more
North Providence High School, Class of 1967, will celebrate their 50th year reunion Aug. 19 at the Meehan Overlook at Notte Park venue (off Douglas Pike in North Providence). Cost of the event is $67 … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- When the two K-9 officers for the Warwick Police Department aren't taking a bite out of crime alongside their human police professionals, they're usually waiting in the car eagerly for their companions to come back so they can drive to the next crime scene... more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE While on routine patrol heading west on Airport Road on July 26, Officer Alfred Silveira observed a Nissan Altima operating in the left hand lane with both driver side tires in the eastbound lane over the double yellow lines. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- In the last year the Narragansett Council of the Boy Scouts of America has experienced a 3.9 percent growth in the number of participants with more than 11,000 in its programs. more
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