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By PETE FONTAINE Many of the folks who live at the Rhode Island Veterans Home in Bristol have never been to Wright's Farm in Burrillville. Monday, though, upwards of three dozen of those vets got a taste of the famous Sunday dinner, Italian style that's more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is asking the public to report sightings of wild turkey hens - both with brood and without - to help with research efforts. The Department is currently evaluating the state's wild turkey more
The following students achieved high honors or honors for the third quarter of the 2016-2017 school year at Warwick Veterans Memorial Junior High School: GRADE 7 HIGH HONORS Abraham Abuhaical, Brianna Adams, Cameron Adessi, Jasmine Alpert, Azael Alvarez, more
Save The Bay's Exploration Center and Aquarium is flying into the month of June and turning the spotlight to feathered friends, Birds of the Bay. Visitors to the aquarium will learn about the local birds that frequent Narragansett Bay. Children and more
The RI Philharmonic Orchestra announces four Summer Pops concerts across Rhode Island. Resident Conductor Francisco Noya conducts concerts that are free of charge and open to the public. The program includes music from Leonard Bernstein, John Philip more
The Short Bowel Syndrome Foundation for Children of New England, Inc. (SBSNE, Inc.), a non-profit charitable organization created to provide family support for children afflicted with gastrointestinal conditions, birth defects and diseases that have led more
On June 3, hundreds of people gathered for the Annual Gaspee Days Concert held in Pawtuxet. Pictured are Cassidy Stewart, age 6, with her mother, Karen Stewart, her grandmother, Elaine Plunkett along … more
Save The Bay will kick off a summer beach cleanup series today to help keep four popular Warwick shoreline areas beautiful throughout their busiest season of the year. Oakland Beach, Conimicut Point Recreation Area, Rocky Point State Park and Salter more
They're vets at art Many former Veterans High School students knew exactly what sidewalk creations are all about. They watched the senior class do it at this time of year. But then when Vets closed as a high school and students moved to Pilgrim, it more
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