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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
Speakeasy days It was Valentine's Day circa the Roaring '20s last Friday night at the Oakland Beach Volunteer Fire Company in Warwick, where party-goers were decked out in 1920s garb and enjoyed an old-fashioned dinner consisting of tomato soup, grilled more
Well-clothed tree Usually Christmas trees are decorated with tinsel, stars, lights and ornaments, but the one at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center is festooned with hats, scarves, mittens and gloves thanks to the generosity of students. The more
HarborOne supports Westbay Westbay Community Action recently received a $500 donation from HarborOne to help support the more then 50 programs Westbay has to offer along with providing services to more than 21,00 Kent County residents. Pictured are Paul more
Leading the pack Green Airport holds the lead in the best small airport category of USA Today's 10Best Readers' Choice Travel Awards, and efforts aren't being spared to see that it stays that way. Even PVD Pups are getting into the campaign. Teddy, more
Stocking community food pantries For the fourth consecutive year PCU recently donated a total of $10,000 to the following local food pantries/charities: Blackstone Valley Community Action Program (CAP), Blackstone Valley Emergency Food Center, Cranston more
Deb Gormley, past president of Mentor RI and a dancer in the agency’s 2010 Dancing with the Stars of Mentoring, addresses some of the 99 dancers who have performed since the event was founded … more
In 2014 Kent Hospital employees established a program to help women who have been newly diagnosed with breast cancer. The program, Women In Need (WIN) is available for those who may need financial … more
During the month of October, students from The Prout School in Wakefield planned a school-wide event and gathered more than 1,500 pairs of socks for the homeless. The socks were distributed to … more
Flora Papa told those attending Monday’s City Council meeting that she has always loved flowers and, in fact, has had to be persuaded by family members not to venture on private property to explore … more
Win Human Rights Campaign Equality Award Will Malloy of Warwick, a senior at Moses Brown School, received an Equality Award from the Human Rights Campaign at the HRC New England gala in Boston this past November. The Equality Awards are given to more
Twin River called upon elected officials, celebrities and members of the media to play blackjack for the charity of their choice Thursday at the casino. From the outset each of 36 players were … more
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