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Discover the intricacy and charm of mechanical clocks and bring your clock for an assessment at a presentation by clockmaker Joe Pacino at Warwick Public Library Wednesday, April 19 at 7 p.m. Pacino will display six clocks from his collection of historic more
By TESSA ROY Wyman students have been getting more active thanks to Jackie Woodside. Woodside, who is from Jamestown, is a senior nursing student at the University of Rhode Island and is completing her community clinical at the school. For the past six more
Here are the highlights from news and events that took place in the General Assembly last week. For more information on any of these items visit R.I. leaders pay tribute to former Sen. William A. Walaska, 1945-2017 more
First of the season While opening day at Continental Little League isn't until April 22, the field saw play this past weekend with New England AAU baseball play. Here, the Kent County Kings, aged 10 and under, get some post-game advice after beating the more
The Retired Rhode Island Musician Educators will be presenting their 9th annual Spring Concert in an afternoon of music on Sunday, April 23 at 3 p.m. at the Moses Brown School, Ross House on 250 Lloyd Avenue in Providence. The event features this year's more
By TIM FORSBERG Grandparents play a vital role in the development of a child, but some grandparents and their grandchildren are alienated from each other and denied a relationship. Thanks to a local group's efforts, however, grandparents may soon have more
Field addition Conditions were ideal Sunday for members of the Continental Little League to erect the posts for a batting cage. The posts were set in quick set concrete once they had been leveled and positioned true. Tony Napolitano checks a level while more
Forever reinventing itself, rock n roll sometimes changes by rejecting what came before. Glam defied 1960s political rock by becoming decadent and self-indulgent. Punk kicked at 1970s synth rock by stripping down and going fast. Journalist and film buff more
By JOHN HOWELL Chief of staff David Picozzi is outraged; Mayor Scott Avedisian demands a correction and Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladsouceur, who caused the uproar when he charged the administration of ignoring the long-term impact of retiree health costs, more
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