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By MERI R. KENNEDY The Rhode Island Dream Center hosted the annual Homeless Awareness Day at Praise Tabernacle Church, located at 330 Park Ave., Cranston, on Nov. 5. The event, held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., offered those in need a meal and entertainment, more
On Monday evening, Richard Denningham stood on the platform of a ladder overlooking the stage of the Pilgrim High School auditorium. He surveyed lighting, sets and gave instructions to the students with him. This was the first dress more
The danger of being overweight and obese after menopause, especially in African-American women, was underscored by research recently released by a researcher at Memorial Hospital, a Care New England facility. Charles B. Eaton, MD, MS, director of the more
The YMCA of Greater Providence, with seven branches throughout Rhode Island and nearby Massachusetts, is pleased to announce the return of its annual “Warm Coats, Warm Hearts” winter coat … more
The American flag was the focus of last Friday's Veterans Day celebration inside Briarcliffe Manor in Johnston. Corinne Elwell of Briarcliffe's Activity Department coordinated the Veterans Day's ceremony at the rehabilitation and more
In partnership with the Ocean State Immunization Collaborative, the Rhode Island Blood Center is giving Rhode Islanders to chance to do both by offering flu shots at a blood drive on November 22 at … more
Mearthane Products Corporation (MPC), a Cranston-based developer and manufacturer of customized polyurethane components for office automation, banking, postal systems and other specialized industrial applications since 1965, has named Peter Kaczmarek more
In memory of Amanda The Elite Physical Therapy team gathered for a group photo before the start of The Light the Night Walk at the Rhode Island State House in an effort to raise funds for leukemia and lymphoma research. Elite Physical Therapy was proud more
Teeing up for charity The Kent Washington Association of Realtors Golf Tournament Committee, under the leadership of Chair Mark McLaughlin, recently presented donations of $5,218 each to Beecher Grogan of Lucy's Love Bus and Louis Raymond of South County more
By TESSA ROY The School Committee faced tussles over technology, online grading system Aspen, and special education at Tuesday's meeting. Usage rates of Aspen, according to Supervisor of Math and Science Ryan Mullan, are 59 percent at Pilgrim, 72 more
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