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See World War II through the eyes of a military expert, Dr. Stanley Carpenter, Professor of Strategy and Policy at the U.S. Naval War College, on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. for a lecture series on World War II in the Pacific from the attack on Pearl Harbor to more
When King is King Warwick resident and quahogger Jody King served as Quahog King for the annual New England Quahog Festival held Sunday in Wickford. The event drew groups from across the state for a parade that featured plenty of sea creatures as they more
The Rhode Island Department of Revenue reached an agreement this week with Providence-based technology vendor IGT and IGT's commercial partner William Hill U.S. to manage sports betting services in the state's two casinos. As with all gaming in the more
What's a race without a run? The Rhode Island Dercum's Research Fund held its first Zero K fundraiser Saturday at the K of C Hall on Sandy Lane. The event had all the trappings of a 5K or 10K event, including participant t-shirts, stretch exercises and a more
Ready for school Children attending the Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick will be better equipped for school thanks to Lowe's on Quaker Lane in Warwick, the area Planet Fitness, and caring individuals who either held or contributed to Back to School Drives. more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announces that most state beaches will be open daily through Labor Day - Monday, September 3. Scarborough South in Narragansett is closed on weekdays and will be open weekends only through more
Cheering, `hot, hot, hot' While the temperatures hovered in the 90s, four groups of Police Athletic League cheerleaders ranging from 5 to 12 years old plus 12 coaches, 14 mothers and four student demonstrators took to the Gorton field... more
Literacy Volunteers of Kent County are looking for volunteers to give a few hours of their time each week so as to change someone's life by giving the gift of literacy. Literacy Volunteers of Kent County has adult students excited to learn English as a more
On Wednesday, Aug. 29,Governor Gina Raimondo took executive and procedural action to ban all firearms, except those carried by law enforcement officers, from public PK-12 school buildings and school grounds. This directive, according to a press release, more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Talented musicians and performers will converge on the Greenwich Odeum in East Greenwich on Saturday, Sept. 8 for a benefit concert to raise funds for the East Greenwich Animal Protection League's animal shelter. Tunes for Tails" is" more
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