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Holidays are a time for families to rejoice in laughter and reflect on happy memories. The mix of holiday festivities and dementia, however, make for an interesting brew. For families coping with Alzheimer's, the holidays can be bittersweet times, filled more
Governor Gina M. Raimondo has invited Rhode Islanders to attend the annual State House Christmas Tree Lighting celebration. This year's celebration will be on Thursday, November 30 starting at 5:30 p.m. Governor Raimondo, First Gentleman Andy Moffit and more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Debra Shipley Roffo started Angel in Action RI back in March, which formed with the goal of providing small acts of kindness to hardworking families who have come upon difficult times. more
Academic safari Teams that will be competing in the 2018 Rhode Island Academic Decathlon on March 18 at the Knight Campus of the Rhode Island Community College got the flavor of Africa in more than one experience Saturday when they visited Roger Williams more
The Rhode Island Department of Revenue's Division of Taxation will begin accepting amnesty-related paperwork and payments on Dec. 1. Amnesty is almost here. We want to remind taxpayers and tax professionals that they can use our special amnesty website" more
A ringing surprise George Farrell, founder and chair of the Rhode Island Fire Chiefs Honor Flight Hub that has conducted 17 flights transporting more than 500 World War II and Korean War veterans to Washington, D.C. was surprised by his board of more
Mindy Lane of Keller Williams Central in Cranston has been elected president of the State-Wide Multiple Listing Service (MLS), the real estate data exchange service. Lane has been actively involved in the Realtor organization since 2000. She currently more
The Roger Williams Park Zoo will offer a free admission day to all on Friday, Nov. 24. Zoo family hope that visitors will share the holiday spirit with the community by bringing non-perishable food items to benefit the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. more
Cedar Hill is GI Strong All students from Cedar Hill Elementary took time last Friday to march around the school in honor of the late Ginanna Cirella, a Toll Gate High School student who passed away earlier this month after being beset by a sudden bout more
By JOHN HOWELL Roberta Steinle doesn't have an explanation why those seeking assistance under the Neighbors Helping Neighbors program dropped by about 8 percent this year even though, according to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank, needs are greater more
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