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Goddard Park beach was an entirely different Sunday than from New Year's Day, the scheduled date of the 2018 Frozen Clam Dip and Obstaplunge sponsored by Laid-back Fitness to benefit Mentor Rhode Island. more
By AIDAN PAPINEAU Daphne is expected to attend the Women in Agriculture (WIA) Conference this upcoming March. While she is going to be at the conference, she isn't going to be moooving around. Turns out, Daphne is an acrylic cow housed at a Connecticut more
By KOBY GARTNER -- Eva Mozes Kor provided her firsthand account of surviving a concentration camp at Auschwitz during a lecture at Rhode Island College’s Sapinsley Hall... more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI) celebrated its 53rd commencement ceremony Thursday, May 17 - but for the first in its history the graduation was held at the Dunkin' Donuts Center in Providence, providing plenty of space for more
By JOHN HOWELL Michael D'Ambra's dream to transform the site of his construction offices and asphalt plant into a hub of office buildings, hotel and retail uses dates back to 2008. He moved ahead with planning and zoning board approvals and sought out more
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Jacob Zuller of Warwick, a student at Wyoming Seminary College Preparatory School in Kingston, Pa., has been named to the dean's list for the fall 2017-18 academic term. Zuller, a postgraduate student, is the son of Michael Zuller and Holly more
Cookie dance Take a gray day, add some music and promote what everyone likes - Girl Scout cookies - and you're certain to draw attention. That was the scene Sunday at Girl Scout offices on Route 5 as Troop 14 of West Warwick sought to move all that much more
The Pilgrim Senior Center held a Valentine’s Day Party on Feb 14. Some very festive guests can be seen here with their Valentine’s headbands, enjoying the festivities and all sporting lovely … more
By KOBY GARTNER Fifteen years later, while the horrific memories remain for those who survived and those who responded to the scene, those same memories have now given birth to something beautiful to honor one of the state's most infamous tragedies. The more
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