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A week ahead of the primary election, the two Republican hopefuls for governor have pulled in a pair of high-profile endorsements. Mitt Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts and 2012 GOP … more
TERRIFIC TRADITION: Jimmy Rengigas and his wife …
There are many terrific traditions tied to the Cranston Greek Festival, which will begin its 29th running Friday and continue through Sunday on the Church of the Annunciation’s spacious grounds at … more
There’s a lot at stake next Tuesday. That’s easy to conclude from the television ads and the direct mailers from just about every statewide candidate facing a primary. But while the “big … more
LIGHT THE NIGHT: This year’s LLS Light The …
Participants in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) 2014 Light The Night Walk will rally their forces on Sept. 27 at McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket. Light The Night Walk is a fundraising … more
NO MORE CIGARETTES: Alyssa Dreyer works the …
CVS, a fixture in communities across Rhode Island, saw some major changes on Wednesday. Tobacco sales at the Woonsocket-based pharmacy chain were officially ended, a move that comes ahead of … more
SERVICE HONORED: World War II Navy veteran …
U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse last week presented medals and awards to World War II Navy veteran Raymond J. Mahon at Saint Elizabeth Court assisted living residence in Providence before Mahon’s … more
REMEMBERING THE PAST, CELEBRATING THE FUTURE: …
Community College of Rhode Island President Ray Di Pasquale was hopeful James Flanagan, son of the late William Flanagan and the college’s founding president, would say one thing at the college’s … more
With a force of 214, the Warwick Fire Department has been first in the Fill the Boot campaign for MDA in Southern New England and looks to be so again this year. As of Sunday – the second weekend … more
SMOOTHER AND FASTER: Easton Avenue is among those …
While there’s agreement the city needs to address road repairs, the funding for an extensive program, as the mayor has proposed with a $5 million bond, won’t happen this year and may not happen … more
City Council President Donna Travis said last Wednesday that the council will vote on the appointment of its auditor, Catherine King Avila, an action that it failed to take when Avila assumed the … more
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