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The Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless hosted its Annual Awards Breakfast Monday at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. Three hundred people attended, including Attorney General Peter Neronha, Mayor of Warwick Joseph Solomon, Mayor of Providence Jorge Elorza, more
In the final Sunday Dress Parade of the summer at Yawgoog Scout Reservation, $25,735 in scholarships were awarded to 23 members of Camp Yawgoog's staff, all enrolled in higher education institutions around the country This scholarship program, funded by more
Some can only crawl. Others toddle, just getting sure of being on their feet, and still others have mastered running. They are all two years and under and they are all being introduced to books. The Warwick Public Library's Babies and Books has been a more
Musicals took a serious turn when Rogers and Hammerstein teamed up. In addition to brilliant and timeless songs, Rogers and Hammerstein musicals gave audiences challenging plots with grown-up themes. See four of the musical partnerships best musicals on more
By ROB OATLEY Thundermist Health Center of Woonsocket, West Warwick, and South County will celebrate their 50th anniversary of providing Rhode Island residents with quality health care by holding a Duck Race and Family Fun day. This free event on more
Locks to come off The city's Recreation Director James Scott said Wednesday that the dog park at City Park is slated to reopen today. Out of an abundance of caution the park closed Sept. 12 after a dog that frequented the park tested positive for more
Spaulding Outpatient Center at Kent Hospital will open a Providence location Tuesday, October 1 at 100 Butler Drive, Providence. The new facility is located in the same building, which formerly housed University Orthopedics. Patients will be able to more
Cupboard isn't quite bare Westbay Community Action has issued an appeal for donations for its Westbay Marketplace located in Buttonwoods Shopping Plaza. The marketplace provides food to needy residents, depending heavily on produce grown at the Westbay more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Five candidates for offices representing portions of Warwick are participating in a new progressive political initiative announced during a gathering at the State House on Wednesday. The Rhode Island Political Cooperative is more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Passers-by may have noticed a new addition to the bridge in Pawtuxet Village - restored fencing on both ends meant to honor the location's rich history. On Wednesday, local officials and members of the Pawtuxet Village Association more
Care New England Medical Group's orthopedic surgery and sports medicine division has expanded its clinical services with the addition of two Brigham Health affiliated physicians to the Care New England Department of Orthopedic Surgery and Sports more
By ROB OATLEY Warwick residents in long-term care and older Americans are standing up in support of Residents' Rights Month this October. All October, the Alliance for Better Long-Term Care, and the Ombudsman are nationally celebrating Residents' Rights more
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