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By JESSICA DAVID Reading the news over the last several weeks has reminded me that there is a Roger-resurgence happening in Rhode Island. Roger Williams, that is. There is much to admire about Roger Williams. His vision and determination built the more
The City Council made the right move in granting the balance of a $25 million approved by voters in 2006 that will be used to replace the heating system and install air exchangers at Veterans Memorial Junior High School among a list of other less costly more
Ocean State Job Lot is offering a Savings 911 25 percent discount for first responders and public safety professionals. From March 30 through April 5, current and retired police, firefighters, EMTs, medical and other public safety professionals and more
By TESSA ROY Defenders of Animals, Inc., a Rhode Island-based animal rights organization, has recently expressed support for and testified on a number of bills involving animal protection initiatives, ranging from the declawing of cats to the negligent more
In recognition of National Child Abuse Prevention Month, St. Mary's Home for Children will honor Mayor Scott Avedisian and the CarterCare Foundation for their contributions to children. On Thursday, April 6, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Caf Nuovo, the more
Stepping out for St. Patrick Members of the Damhsa Irish Dance Studio were in demand this month as they performed at 40 locations between March 1 and March 19. Members of the Warwick-based troupe gained permission to skip classes so that they might give more
Operation Stand Down Rhode Island (OSDRI) introduced its Pedals for Patriots" program Tuesday by providing eight donated and refurbished bicycles to veterans in need of transportation. "We're really excited here at Operation" more
By DON FOWLER The Rhode Island's Congressional delegation has taken to the road to save federal funding for the arts, humanities and public radio through a series of constituent hearings held across the state. About 50 people turned out at the Greenwich more
Thirty years ago when the University of Rhode Island's Watershed Watch program got its start, little was known about the many factors that affect water quality in local lakes, ponds and streams. In many cases, no one even knew what the water quality more
By TESSA ROY Proud parents Kathy and Everett Lewis say their son Everett's senior project tells a story about his character that sets him apart from others his age. This story is different. It is about a high school senior who took it upon himself for" more
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