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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
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
Part of the cleanup Forty-four Winman Middle School students accompanied by teachers Stephanie Hips and Julie McCaffrey visited the Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Exeter Jan. 31 as part of the school's support of Wreaths Across America's mission to more
Beauty & The Beast Nearly 1,000 young athletes from throughout New England and 3,000 spectators converged at the Rhode Island Convention Center over the weekend of Jan. 18-20 for the third annual Beauty and the Beast Gymnastics and Wrestling more
Surprising gifts The work of 20 local artists, including everything from paintings and photographs to jewelry, glassware and stuffed animals and even sleds, is on sale at the Warwick Center for the Arts, 3273 Post Road in Apponaug, now through Dec. 14. 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
If it looks like Michael DelloIacono, “Del” to everyone, knows his way around the relocated Job Lot – the former Benny’s on Warwick Avenue – it shouldn’t be a surprise. Del started … 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
These ladies can whack a ball Kids learn the game and how to hit a ball from Douglas James of the Grand Slam Tennis Academy at Tennis Rhode Island at 636 Centerville Road. The trio pictured here stepped on the court at 9 a.m. Saturday for an hour-long more
An Eagle project Antonio Riccio, a senior at Pilgrim High School, has been involved in Boy Scouts since 2011. He was a member of Cub Scout Pack ???? in Apponaug until he joined … more
Giving to reach the goal The Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick's Annual Great Futures Campaign is underway and is already at more than 65 percent of its $114,000 goal. To ensure local children have a safe place to go after school while providing parents with more
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