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By JOHN HOWELL -- With the announcement last week that Care New England is a step closer to becoming a part of Partners HealthCare of Boston, CNE prepared a list of "talking points"... more
The flag is back [Photo gallery]
With the removal of a giant pine that obscured the flagpole, the colors are once again flying at Hoxsie School. And to commemorate the occasion, the entire school turned out Thursday – Flag Day – … more
Cooking up a show Tanya Donahue vice president of Rhode Island Kitchen & Bath welcomed Chef Tyler Demora and Chef Cameron Vietri from Chair 5 at The Break Hotel to their showroom on Tuesday, October 17 for a live cooking demonstration that included pork more
Not the place to pay taxes City residents are reminded that due to the temporary closure of the City Hall Annex Building, the Tax Collector's office has moved to the lower level of City Hall. Residents who wish to make in-person tax payments can do so more
DiSanto, Priest & Co. recently announced the promotion of Partner Peter Gervais, CPA, CFP, MST to Director of the Tax Planning and Compliance Department. Peter's contributions and specialized knowledge in tax services for privately-held businesses and" more
By ETHAN HARTLEY In order to give back to the hospital that supported him during a difficult weeklong stay, a 17-year-old Warwick resident has ensured that hundreds of kids battling illnesses and spending long nights at Hasbro Children's Hospital in more
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
And cleanup after [Photo gallery]
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