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Defenders of Animals will hold their annual May Breakfast on May 19 at the Governor Sprague Mansion, 1351 Cranston Street, Cranston. The buffet breakfast will be available at 10 AM. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased under the donation section on line more
Hoxsie thanks neighborhood helpers The Hoxsie Elementary School first grade put on a play this past Thursday thanking people from various professions for the often thankless work that they do which makes our society function properly. Friendly" more
Thanks to many generous Rhode Islanders - and their letter carriers - the Rhode Island Community Food Bank received nearly 92,000 pounds of food through the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive on Saturday, May 11. That's up more than 30,000 pounds over last more
Nearing completion Conversion of the former Buttonwoods Community Center, which the former administration closed and planned to sell, into municipal offices that are now in the former Greene School is close to complete. Furniture and office partitions more
Kyle Dickson wasn't born with all the attributes necessary to pursue his wildest dreams. Vision problems kept him out of the U.S. Air Force. Allergies to specific medications curtailed his journey to become a military policeman. Down, but not out, more
Governor Gina Raimondo, Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) Director Peter Alviti, Jr., along with state and local officials, recently kicked off the Little Roady autonomous vehicle pilot project in Providence. This research project to more
By MAX FRAZIER A woman who cherishes making connections and who wants to see seniors stay independent and connected with their communities was recognized Friday for her incredible efforts over the past decade of work she has done at the Pilgrim Senior more
Women & Infants Hospital recently presented Warwick resident Cassandra (Cassie) White, RN, a nurse on the Mother Baby Unit, with the DAISY Award. The award is part of the DAISY Foundation's program to recognize the above and beyond efforts performed by more
By JOHN HOWELL The boulders arrived Tuesday morning, and it wasn't long before fishermen and people expecting to sit in their cars and look at the view were questioning why they were being blocked from the popular parking lot at the end of Seaview Drive more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A polarizing bill that sought to codify federal laws regarding the allowance of abortions, which was enshrined by the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade, was voted down by the Senate Judiciary Committee in a 5-4 vote on Tuesday more
By JOHN HOWELL Father Robert L. Marciano fingered the bronze medallion that hung from his neck. It was the size of a saucer. The face of it bore the name and crest of Bishop Hendricken High School. Barely a half hour earlier, Providence Bishop Thomas J. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick School Committee officially reversed course Tuesday on a policy that was enacted in April which sought to reduce a nearly $80,000 lunch debt problem in the district, but instead drew a firestorm of national media attention more
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