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If you’ve filled your tank in the past few weeks, you’ve probably noticed the recent spike in gas prices. The national average price of regular unleaded is getting closer and closer to $4 a … more
CHAMPION IN ACTION: Barbara Cottam, the executive …
The Rhode Island Family Shelter will enhance onsite programs thanks to the shelter’s selection by Citizens Bank and NBC 10 as the 2014 Champion in Action. The Champions in Action program, which … more
A BIT OF THE PARK: Ed Damaso built this …
A part of Rocky Point’s saltwater swimming pool has played a role in Ed Damaso’s backyard since 1987 when he built a tree house. The bright pink tree house, which is 27 years old, may be … more
:“The state of Rhode Island has not been officially contacted by any federal entity regarding either services or sheltering unaccompanied children who have crossed the U.S. border in the Southwest. … more
When Scott Avedisian took out declaration papers for an eighth term as mayor, he said one of the issues he planned to work on is an improved relationship between schools and the city. But he’s … more
Georgina F. (Harris) Anderson, 84, of Warwick passed away on Friday, July 18, 2014 at Philip Hulitar Hospice Center. She was the wife of the late Milton H. Anderson. Born in London, England, she … more
Geraldine A. Ashworth, 51, died on July 21, 2014 at Brigham & Women’s Hospital. She had courageously fought cancer for the last 4 years. She was the daughter of Barbara (Cicilline) DiSanto, the … more
UNDERCOVER SOLDIER: Corinne Cifelli dressed as …
The students in Danielle DeSimone and Lori Tedeschi’s fifth-grade classes finished off the school year with a culminating activity to compliment their research of important figures from colonial … more
NO ONE LISTENS TO OBAMA ANYMORE: Most Americans already knew President Obama’s foreign policy was in shambles and that it had led to our nation being considered a weakling among the world’s … more
LOVE OF BOOKS AND COMMUNITY: Following the …
More than 100 volunteers spent the first official day of summer sorting thousands of children’s books at United Way of Rhode Island’s (UWRI) Day of Action – a worldwide United Way event to … more
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