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The Providence Gridiron Hall of Fame Class of 2018 poses with Executive Board members at recent brunch at Rhode Island Country Club. Back Row, L-R; Kevin Deignan, RI football official; Bill McCagney, … more
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) has announced the second phase of its multi-year program to update its highway numbering for interstates and other limited-access highways. In mid-December, RIDOT will be changing exit numbers on two more
Applications for the second year of the Prepare Rhode Island (PrepareRI) Internship Program are now available and will be accepted through Feb. 1, 2019. Launched in the summer of 2018, the PrepareRI Internship Program provides paid summer internships to more
Cleaning history, restoring legacy Mike Lannigan and Bob Chorney, friends of the Warwick Commission on Historical Cemeteries, joined the commissioners and others who helped install a replacement headstone for Alton W. Johnson during the fall cleanup of more
On Dec. 13, the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation will host their Hope Bus Program at White Lights Bookstore, located at 1464 Park Ave., in Cranston. The program will be held indoors from 4:30 to 7 p.m. People are invited to join in for more
Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (Resource Recovery) announced recently that the disposal fee charged to Rhode Island's cities and towns will remain at the current rate of $47 per ton for the coming two fiscal years. We appreciate Resource" more
Members of the R.I. General Assembly and physicians from Brown Dermatology were recently honored during the annual Cancer Research Breakfast at Roger Williams Park Casino for their leadership in helping pass legislation that makes it illegal for minors more
To the Editor: Thankfully, I have the strength to respond to Zach Lafontaine's letter to the editor (11/27/18) entitled Trending toward younger elected officials." Zach is a Pilgrim High School senior and I hope that the word "senior" doesn't adversely" more
To the Editor: We had not imagined a few months ago, when we wrote to decry the trauma of forced family separation, that we would be called upon so soon to condemn, even more forcefully, another action of the federal government towards migrant children. more
By ELLEN WILSON When you think about your health, it's easy to focus only on physical health with regular check-ups, dental cleanings, healthy eating and exercise. Equally important, however, is to think about your mental health and overall wellness to more
Mayor Joseph Solomon announced Wednesday afternoon that bids will be solicited this winter in preparation for extensive upgrades to the playground at Salter Grove Memorial Park, located off Narragansett Parkway. The project will be funded through a more
By ETHAN HARTLEY With the persistent falling of leaves cluttering up lawns and the looming threat of snowfall coming soon - flurries even started earlier than expected on Wednesday morning - finding someone reliable to tend to your property to maintain more
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