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Flatbread Company is hosting a benefit night on Tuesday, December 10 on behalf of the House of Hope Community Development Corporation. Based in Warwick, House of Hope CDC is one of Rhode Island's leading nonprofit agencies serving families and more
What's it like to be alone for Thanksgiving? That thought haunted Peter Thomas, director of advancement, at Bishop Hendricken High School. But rather than ponder the question, Thomas set out to do something about it five years ago. He rallied community more
Highlighting a year that featured more than $12 million invested in local initiatives that strengthen lives, United Way of Rhode Island President and CEO Cortney Nicolato spread a message of unity while offering a glimpse of new programs on the horizon more
Choirs of angels The Greenwood Concert Choir presents "e;Sing, Choirs of Angels"e; on Sunday, December 15 at 5 p.m. The chorus will be joined by professional brass ensemble, organ, timpani and handbells for an afternoon of grand settings of Christmas more
What about Halloween? No, Mia Grace Skaltsis isn't getting a jump on Halloween. She and her father stopped at Morris Farms Friday to get a pumpkin. Although Christmas is fast approaching, Mia said she looks forward to carving the pumpkin. She thinks a more
Holidays are a time of family, gifts and celebration. But for families in need, the ideal of bounty and joy can be an unattainable vision when the practicalities of paying for food and rent are often … more
Universal Wealth Management, a leading financial and insurance services firm headquartered in Cranston, is hosting more than a half dozen free seminars during the final week of the 2019 Open Enrollment, which concludes on Saturday, December 7. The free more
Warm welcome to the season The Pawtuxet Rangers opened the doors to the armory on Remington Street Sunday evening as they celebrated the holiday season with their acclaimed "e;fish house punch,"e; songs of the season played by their fife corps, a Yule fire, more
DUI Shortly after 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 23, Officer Richard P. Odell was conducting a routine patrol on West Shore Road when he observed a white 2009 Ford Explorer abruptly swerve and cross the fog line while traveling west. Odell turned to follow the more
Nearing completion Work on the Rocky Point pier has come to a halt as the shelter to be built at the end of the pier overlooking the bay is being redesigned to meet fire codes, Megan DiPrete, chief of planning and development for DEM, reported. She said more
Great prelude to Thanksgiving dinner More than 320 runners and walkers awoke early Thanksgiving Day for the biggest yet Turkey Trot held at City Park by the Rotary Club of Warwick. Organizer Tom Sanford was relived to get a break from the frigid more
By JOHN HOWELL Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur was in his business office Saturday morning with papers spread in front of him. Sheets were sorted by group of retirees whose names were followed by a designated pension plan - whether police, fire or more
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