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POISED FOR THE PROM: For the second consecutive …
Jeremy Nardella, 19, a client at the Trudeau Center, was looking forward to taking his friend Michela Lombari, 16, to his senior prom at Cranston West High School this year but realized they … more
Pam Craig spent last weekend painting the bottom of her 37-foot Silverton Fly Bridge cruiser, a job that only a boat owner can appreciate. But then she got a helping hand from Mike Murphy. The boat … more
Warwick high school seniors are now welcome to apply for the 2013 John A. Caruso Annual Scholarship. The scholarship is sponsored by the Warwick Sewer Authority’s Industrial Pretreatment Program … more
Thanks to an outpouring of generosity from Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) customers and staff, the bank’s book drive in partnership with Books Are Wings was an overwhelming success. Throughout the … more
On Wednesday, May 15, Richard and Debra Siravo of Siravo Consulting and founders of The Matty Fund will be offering a free workshop on How To Start A Non-Profit on behalf of the Small Business … more
What was a blank wall at Sherman School has been transformed into a mural thanks to the efforts and talents of former Sherman School parent Sharon Olson. Theme for the work is the school’s 3 Rs, … more
Hundreds of Rhode Islanders were present at the State House on Thursday to witness Governor Lincoln Chafee sign the marriage equality bill into law, an act David Olsen was not sure he would ever see. … more
Paul Cronin, senior vice president, Atrion Networking Corporation, Inc., Warwick, has been named to the board of CompTIA based in Downers Grove, Ill., the non-profit association for the information … more
NORM BOUTHILIER
Norm Bouthillier, 48, of Exeter and coach of the Toll Gate High School girls’ cross country and track teams, runs along the Rocky Point waterfront Saturday’s 3.1-mile race sponsored by the … more
APPEAL TO SAVE SCHOOL: Gorton Student Council …
Superintendent Richard D’Agostino made the case Thursday: Money spent to keep the city’s three junior high schools operating at about 50 percent capacity would be better spent if Gorton closed … more
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