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More than 550 guests wore red to celebrate the Go Red For Women movement at the Southern New England Go Red For Women Luncheon Feb. 13 at the Rhode Island Convention Center. The Go Red For Women … more
The Community College of Rhode Island Players will present “The Language Archive” by Julia Cho for the first time in Rhode Island from Feb. 26 to March 1 in the Bobby Hackett Theater at the … more
It was known as the Coney Island of Rhode Island. It boasted the world’s largest shore dinner hall. The Flume and the Corkscrew were summertime rites of passage. Its clamcakes and chowder were a … more
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The New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) recently reaccredited the Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI) for 10 years, the maximum reaccredidation. The process involved an … more
WOMEN’S HEALTH: Pictured from left to right are …
Heart disease, believe it or not, is the leading killer of women, annually ending the lives of more than eight million women worldwide. Earlier this month, Women & Infants’ Hospital, established … more
LET IT GO: Ayva Johnson, mid twirl, dances and …
The Learning Garden in Warwick was all about crazy hats and crazy dance moves Thursday morning for the 2nd annual Matty Hatty Dance-A-Thon. For an hour the pre-schoolers danced to “Frozen” … more
ITEMS RECOVERED: The investigation of the …
Fourteen adults and two juveniles have been arrested following the discovery of a “fencing” operation in which stolen merchandise was allegedly funneled through a Cranston pawn shop. According … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police. SHOPLIFTING An 85-year-old Johnston man was arrested at Nordstrom Rack in Warwick Mall on Feb. 20 after loss prevention at the … more
This is the time for budgets and in the next week the mayor and school officials will pay close attention to what Gov. Gina Raimondo advances as a state-spending plan. “We want to protect what … more
This offer was mailed to 500,000 Rhode Islanders, …
Like 500,000 Rhode Islanders, Kellie Bryda of Cumberland received a letter within the last week from North American Power offering relief from the 28-percent increase in the cost of electricity as … more
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