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COVID-19 can’t stop the bugs. Well, more accurately, the Beetles.Beetle Cats, as they are known by many who sail them, are a version of a catboat. As for the Beetle, that has nothing to do with … more
As Father Brian Shanley reflects on his 15-year tenure as president of Providence College, he remembers what his parents told him when he was applying to colleges himself.As a senior at Toll Gate … more
Art History Professor, Italian Renaissance Expert, and Bishop Hendricken 1991 alumnus, Dr. Rocky Ruggiero, will present a fun and fascinating webinar Tuesday, June 23 at 7:00 pm to benefit his alma mater's COVID-19 Emergency Fund. The popular seminar more
Michael “Mickey” Lamantia, lifelong Cranston resident, is a correctional officer at the ACI by day and sings outlaw country by night. He has worked with some of the industry’s … more
In 1905, Domenico Palmieri opened a bakery on Ledge Street in the North End of Providence.Now, 115 years later and located at 624 Killingly St. in Johnston, D. Palmieri’s Bakery remains a … more
Summer baseball has always been a part of Will Geoghegan’s life, going back to his childhood when his family used to watch Cape Cod League games while vacationing in Massachusetts.They attended … more
Lori Istok, a Cranston resident and owner of Lori’s Music Together, knows that “miracles do happen” – and she wants other families going through trying times to know it, … more
By KELLY SULLIVAN As over 500 people were interred within the walls of Roger Williams Mausoleum, located on Cyr Street in Cranston, the loved ones they left behind never imagined that this resting place would not be eternal. In 1926, Thomas Cullinan more
By DON FOWLER Who would have ever thought that there would be a run on supermarkets that would result in The Great American Toilet Paper Shortage? Few people remember that this is the second time in modern history that the phenomena has occurred. Back in more
So many staples of spring and summer life in Rhode Island will be different, or absent, this year due to the pandemic. Festivals, parades and fireworks displays have been called off, while it … more
There will probably never be a May like this one in our lifetime. What is usually a month full of joy, celebration, and hope is now challenged by an enemy that we cannot see or hear – an … more
By ERIN O'BRIEN Hair coloring had all but disappeared from the store shelves the day I was in that aisle-for a friend. When I came upon the second-to-last package of toilet paper I figured my luck had changed. But in the baking aisle, where the bags of more
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