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Plenty of pancakes For the fourth year in a row, Hendricken High School teacher and coach William Johnston whipped up his favorite pancake recipe and, with the help of 65 student volunteers and a dozen adults, served a pancake breakfast to veterans more
There were no tricks, but lots of treats Thursday afternoon at the Pilgrim Senior Center. Of course, that was the way the Halloween party was planned. The center was appropriately decorated for the occasion, as were the staff and those turning out for more
Scouts from Troops 6 and 66 in Cranston waited to leap into action at the Rhode Island Community Food Bank Saturday morning, anxiously anticipating the next pickup truck or minivan that would back in waiting to be unloaded. Meanwhile, more
There's always a story Eileen Gainor looks over the wide array of books - stories of Rhode Island and Rhode Islanders - authored by Raymond Wolf. Wolf was among vendors at the Pilgrim Senior Center bazaar held Oct. 18 at the center. The event raised more more
  In the Thrive spotlight During Thrive Behavioral Health open house Wednesday awards were presented to donors, grantors and artists who have helped make renovation of the former Kent … more
Party time at Robertson Robertson School students were fully charged Friday in anticipation of the Halloween party that night hosted by the school PTO. The event included lots of sweet treats, a costume contest, a selfie booth and a spooky school. As more
Spooktacular draws crowd to Conimicut Conimicut was buzzing with ghouls, goblins and gourds on Saturday evening as the fifth annual Spooktacular event took place in the village's main drag. Children of all ages enjoyed a short walk through Donovan more
Open for another academic season Tides, the restaurant run by culinary arts program at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center opened for the academic year last week. Students prepare meals, wait on tables and take orders under the guidance of Chef more
A change of pace with lots of tasty diversions The Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce broke with the tradition of a dinner installation of its board of directors and ambassadors at a private club or upscale restaurant last Wednesday with a more
Lifetime service award Honoring her personal and professional commitment to helping others, Warwick resident Sharon Conard-Wells was presented with United Way's John H. Chafee Lifetime Service Award on Thursday, October 10 during The United Way of Rhode more
John Rappa knows his mushrooms, but never has he found one quite as large as he did last week. He stopped into the Beacon to show us this 30-pound “chicken of the sea” found on a rotting tree … more
Donation to benefit art therapy Warwick resident Anthony Bucci Jr. recently presented Thrive Behavioral Health with a private donation of just under $6,000. The funds will be used to provide art supplies and workshop opportunities for Thrive's Youth and more
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