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Cardboard regatta As has become the tradition over at least the past eight years, Rocky Hill School fifth graders put their boat building skills to the test using cardboard and a roll of duct tape. Over the years with the younger students keeping an eye more
Doris E. “Dottie” Ayotte, formerly of New London Avenue, Cranston, died on October 15, 2017 at Hopkins Manor in North Providence. She was the widow of Ernest R. J. Ayotte. They had been married … more
Debra Shipley Roffo started Angel in Action RI back in March, which formed with the goal of providing small acts of kindness to hardworking families who have come upon difficult times, whether those … more
Nora J. (Fitzgerald) Kenny, RN, 87, passed away Friday, August 25, 2017 at home. She was the beloved wife of James J. Kenny. She was a daughter of the late David and Catherine (McGrath) … more
The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards is looking for Rhode Island's top youth volunteers of the year. Students in grades 5-12 are invited to apply for 2018 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards by Nov. 7 if they have made meaningful contributions to more
At a recent ceremony, Citizens Financial Group CEO Bruce Van Saun unveiled 60 specially inscribed bricks honoring colleagues who have been with the bank for 25 years. The bricks, each bearing the name of an honoree - including Warwick resident Robin more
More than 200 Boy Scout Packs and Troops from across Southern New England participated in this year’s Scouting for Food drive collecting 215,000 pounds of canned goods from families and … more
By JOHN HOWELL Rhode Islanders love bargains, and they will be getting another one thanks to Frontier Airlines that announced Wednesday they would bring their discount fares to Green Airport with flights to Orlando and Denver starting Aug. 14. The more
In the famous Frank Sinatra song from the late 1960s, Old Blue Eyes describes a posh woman of questionable motives who is ubiquitously apparent. In the description of the woman being portrayed in the tune, some of the lyrics state: If the lady's chicer" more
Warwick resident George Whalen and Warwick Police Officer Aaron Steere were honored recently by Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin with Justice Awards. Justice Awards are given in recognition of individual and organizational excellence and commitment more
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