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As National Breast Cancer Awareness Month gets underway, approximately 30 prominent Rhode Island-area men are taking a stand against breast cancer by supporting the annual American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk through more
Mayor Scott Avedisian joins the Rev. Susan Wrathall, rector of St. Mark's Episcopal Church on West Shore Road for a stroll through the church pumpkin patch. Grown on a reservation in New Mexico, the sale of pumpkins not only is a benefit more
Church wasn't just a place you went to on Sunday, remembers Janet Willett Kennedy. The church was the center of the community where people came together throughout the week. For a while Saturday, Hillsgrove United Methodist Church - now more
Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena (center) is again hosting bi-weekly political season luncheons at the Democratic Town Committee headquarters - a.k.a. Dem's Diner - at 1500 Place on Atwood Avenue. Last week Polisena welcomed Warwick City more
A local nonprofit is gearing up to assist families this holiday season and is seeking community help. Comprehensive Community Action Program (CCAP), a “private non-profit community action … more
Drs. John Douglas Nisbet and Mark Scott have announced that Heather Nisbet, Women’s Health Nurse Practioner, has joined their obstetrics and gynecology practice at 390 Toll Gate Road, Suite 201, … more
As part of Rhode Island Manufacturing Week and his ongoing program to visit area businesses, Congressman James Langevin visited Astra Nova just over the Warwick line in West Warwick Tuesday afternoon. The manufacturer of data more
It’s been a mess with mistakes made by both parties. That’s how City Tax Assessor Christopher Celeste characterized the back tax fiasco with the House of Hope that promises to be resolved … more
Police are investigating harassment claims of a Warwick resident with a long history of criticizing the city administration. Rob Cote claims to have received 15 vulgar, explicit, and disturbing letters over the course of two years. He said more
Hurricane Matthew had some people edgy. Joseph DeCenzo at Pleasure Marina in Oakland Beach couldn't help but notice it. While the boating season is drawing to a close and winter hauling has started, he's been getting calls more
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