October 21, 2014
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Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis is reminding Rhode Islanders that Sunday, Oct. 5 is the deadline to register to vote in the Nov. 4 general election. “I want to remind voters to check their … more
LEADING THE WALK: Holding the banner to begin the …
Annual ALS Association Rhode Island Chapter’s Walk reports their “best year ever,” said John Pagliarini, RI Chapter president. “Thanks in part to our community’s heightened awareness to the … more
READY TO MOVE OUT: Janice Pangman, whose home …
Now that construction is nearing the halfway point on oftball and soccer fields to replace those at Winslow Park people living in the neighborhood are begging the Rhode Island Airport Corporation not … more
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Steven Archer, an independent candidate facing incumbent William Walaska in the race for Senate District 30 in the November election, said he decided to run for the position because he wants to bring … more
Rhode Islanders haven’t wasted any time responding to an appeal to raise money for food supplies for Ebola-stricken Liberia in West Africa. Within hours of an announcement asking for contributions … more
The Community College of Rhode Island will celebrate Manufacturing Day, an annual event when North American manufacturers open their doors to highlight the potential of modern manufacturing and … more
Care New England has announced key advances in its minimally invasive surgery (MIS) program, which offers patients a comprehensive array of cutting-edge robotic and laparoscopic surgical procedures … more
Bishop Hendricken High School will add six individuals and one marching band to its Hall of Fame at an on-campus induction ceremony Sunday, Oct. 5. “Through achievement, service and prayer, all … more
St. Rita's Church is having an Autumn Bazaar Oct. 4 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the American Legion Post #43, 662 West Shore Road. There will be vendors, raffles, a penny social, a bake sale and lunch will … more
Rhode Island Resource Recovery (RIRR) on Sept. 24 passed out checks to the state’s 39 cities and towns for profits realized from the sale of recyclables. The municipal share of the profits for … more
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