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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
With an estimated 10 percent of the school student population with some form of allergy, URI nursing student Hannah Leddie who recently completed a program shadowing Wyman School nurse Bernadette … more
With a one in 600 chance of winning, the Warwick Rotary Charities car raffle is once again catching the attention of residents – especially those who have spotted the 2020 Hyundai Tucson SEL SUV … more
Paul Tremblay offered those attending Saturday’s Woodbury Union Church bazaar a sampling of the honey harvested from his Conimicut hives. The bazaar, featuring lighthouse-themed gifts among a wide … more
A $1,000 legislative grant from Senate Majority Leader Michael McCaffrey will go a long way in ensuring that pantry shelves won’t be bare when St. Mark’s Church holds its monthly free meal and … more
Mayor Joseph Solomon’s visits to Warwick businesses often includes a tour of the premises, details of the operation from the owner and staff and, in the case of restaurants and breweries, a … more
Residents of All American Assisted Living on Toll Gate Road honored their veterans Saturday with a pinning ceremony, the playing of patriotic songs and presentation of certificates. The formal … more
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
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